Lightware appoints new global training manager

Lightware Sven Pelters appointment

Lightware Visual Engineering has announced the appointment of Sven Pelters in the critical role of Global Training Manager.

Working from his native Germany, Sven’s first task is to manage the opening of a training centre in the country that will provide training in key strategic areas for the company including equipment demos, operations and processes. Once successfully up and running, Sven will then oversee the opening of further training centres around the world as Lightware continues to expand its global business.

Sven brings over 15 years of experience at Kramer Germany, most recently as EMEA Training Manager for the entire EMEA region, following several years working as Head of Technical Support, where he led the German support team and the European repair centre.

As well as establishing the new training centre at Lightware, Sven will oversee the operation and development of its team of trainers in the company’s expanding network of offices all around the world. He will also leverage his extensive experience to fulfil the role of its main trainer in Germany.

“Sven has a proven track record of establishing training programs at the very highest level in our industry, and his extensive knowledge of the training sector will help us to improve the services we offer our customers on a worldwide basis,” says Tibor Fejes, Head of Training at Lightware Visual Engineering.

“I am delighted to be joining Lightware at such an important time for the company as it looks to further build out its training capabilities worldwide,” comments Sven. “Training is a vital part of success in the AV industry and Lightware is investing in all the right areas to ensure the company’s continued growth trajectory both in Europe and in territories around the world.”

Click here more latest news.

You May Also Like

Makita celebrates 50 years of UK trading with anniversary promotion

To celebrate a half century in the UK market Makita has launched a special ...

Getting back into work

Business Community helps get people back into work

As the number of people unemployed in the UK is likely to reach 2.6 ...

83% of electricians experience mental health problems due to work

83% of UK electricians experience mental health problems due to work-related issues, a new ...