JTL appoints Sandra Warren-Smith as National Delivery Director

JTL has announced the appointment of Sandra Warren-Smith as its new National Delivery Director.

In her new role, Sandra will oversee the management of JTL’s regional teams, training centres and apprenticeship programmes.

With an extensive background of experience and commitment to contributing to the education agenda and creating career opportunities, Sandra is poised to drive JTL’s mission of upskilling individuals through its apprenticeship programmes.

Before joining JTL, Sandra served as the Operations Director for Skills at PeoplePlus UK, where she led the delivery of high-quality skills and employability programmes whilst managing a large and diverse team. Sandra’s leadership was instrumental in streamlining processes, enhancing systems and launching new products and services. Her proven track record in strategic partnerships and business transformation initiatives makes her an invaluable addition to the JTL team.

Chris Claydon, Chief Executive of JTL, says, “We are delighted to welcome Sandra to JTL as our new National Delivery Director. Her extensive experience and dedication to quality and innovation in education settings align perfectly with our purpose and vision. Sandra’s leadership will undoubtedly drive forward our mission of providing exceptional apprenticeship opportunities to individuals across England and Wales.”

Sandra’s appointment follows the retirement of Judi Wheeler, who held the same role at JTL for eight years where she managed four regional teams to deliver apprenticeships, professional courses, and assessment services.

Chris adds, “We extend our gratitude to Judi for her dedicated eight years of service and wish her all the best in her future endeavours.”

Sandra says, “I am thrilled to join the team at JTL and look forward to bringing the insight and knowledge that I have gained over my years of experience to my new role as National Delivery Director.”

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