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Lesley has worked with many South-West Scotland employers in previous roles with Careers Scotland and the Ayrshire Education Business Partnership. The employers she supports benefit from a joined-up approach to funding and training, because of her knowledge of local funding and relationships with stakeholders.
Navigating government support can be hard for employers. It helps to speak to someone like Neil, who's familiar with the funding and local landscapes. His experience running the Modern Apprenticeship programme at Kilmarnock College means he has a strong background in working with employers.
In the Highlands and Islands, distance can create a challenge for businesses to get the right people in the right place. Anna’s an expert at helping employers develop their staff through her background in the skills system and her in-depth knowledge of funding initiatives.
Sam comes from a background in business management and training. An experienced business consultant, she thrives on making things happen for companies across Tayside and Central Scotland. She'll mentor your business growth, advise you on work-based learning and guide you to local and national support.
Roddy has more than 30 years’ experience of working in education, training and business in the North East. That includes a spell as a PACE adviser in RAF Kinloss. He has built up effective partnerships across the region, enabling him to source solutions for businesses on a local and national level.
Sam previously worked for Investors in People Scotland, supporting businesses. His experience comes backed up by an MBA, and he has a particular interest in leadership and management. He puts his wealth of experience to good use helping SMEs find solutions to their skills needs.
Pam has years of experience of working with employers in the Borders, connecting them with schools and training providers. She now shares her skills support expertise with employers, delivering a tailored package of initiatives, programmes and funding to help businesses meet their growth objectives.