Julian Harley – Chairman
Julian is currently Chairman of Go Train, Chairman of Supply Desk/Just Teachers, a Non Exec Director of Skills Training UK and an Operating Partner at the Private Equity Fund, Limerston Capital. He has made his career in the education, training and recruitment sectors.
Steven Wines – Chief Executive Officer
Steven has a successful track record of building businesses in the education and training sectors, both in private and in funded learning, delivering growth and quality. As Managing Director he grew Home Learning College to become the largest private provider of distance learning in the UK. As Vice President of Rosetta Stone, he launched the brand in the UK and continental Europe and contributed to Rosetta Stone’s status as one of the USA’s top 500 fastest growing companies. As CEO of NCS he managed a business ranked 25th in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 list of fast growing companies. Steven is a graduate of Oxford University.
David Amos – Chief Commercial Officer
A background in multi-site retailing with a number of large PLC’s eventually led David into the world of training and then to set up his first Training Consultancy in 1998. This business was sold in 2008 and since 2009 David has co-owned Go Train, helping to grow it into the largest training company in the South East, with a reputation for good quality and customer service.
Andy Kemp – Chief Financial Officer
Andy began his career in the city, after leaving he owned and built a Recruitment Agency which was successfully sold in 2006. He started his association with the training industry with the opening of a Pitman Training franchise in 1992 and over the next fifteen years he was the driving force behind the creation of the largest franchisee in the Pitman Training Group in the UK. In 2002 he started delivering his first Government funded contracts and has since been instrumental in the operational management of the largest Learndirect subcontractor in the UK and in the delivery of a large number of other sub contracts.
Stephen Bell – Director of Business Development
Stephen is an experienced business and charity sector leader with an excellent record of leading growth, innovation and change management, enhancing performance and creating sustainability. He has led successful teams, delivering over £58 million in contract value in the employability and youth learning sectors over the last three years. He loves motivating and empowering people to achieve exceptional results and has a track record of developing strategic alliances, including bidding consortiums, acquisitions and mergers.