Joe McManus appointed as Head of Business Development
MKC Training, experts in the design and delivery of innovative learning, assessment and training, has appointed Joe McManus as Head of Business Development. This appointment marks a drive to build on the existing success of the business and expand the customer base for both classroom, e-learning and blended learning courses across corporate, government and SME customers. Joe previously spent over twenty years working in senior customer-facing roles in BAE Systems, General Dynamics, and Thales UK where he was latterly responsible for business development and marketing for the aerospace technology business.
I believe that MKC Training has developed a unique set of skills" said Joe. "Through their pioneering and informed approach to learning and education, they have pushed the boundaries for training and e-learning. They have built an exciting professional development and teaching capability, with a valuable focus on student experience.
Through their development work for training products and services, they have tackled and resolved the key challenge that faces organisations in all sectors and of all sizes - how do you get your people to a high level of competence in an efficient timeframe and without cutting corners?
MKC Training's Managing Director, Andrew Brader, said "We are really pleased to welcome Joe and value his experience covering the Royal Navy, Army & RAF and across the wider defence sector. His expertise fits well with our reputation and credentials as an excellent training organisation with a long history of working in partnership with the military". MKC Training has a strong customer base in the defence and military sector and plans to develop further in this sector in addition to extending its reach within the commercial and education sectors.
My aspiration is to develop MKC Training's global customer base across the defence sector and well beyond.
My aspiration is to develop MKC Training's global customer base across the defence sector and well beyond
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