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QTS Group hires fresh training talent

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Paul Knowles and Craig Loveman have recently joined QTS Training Ltd, the training arm of QTS Group. Paul has joined as a new trainer and assessor, while Craig has joined as an assessor and trainee trainer.

Paul has joined QTS Training following a rail industry career spanning almost 25 years. During this time, he has covered a vast majority of rail disciplines from maintenance to planning, before moving into a training role at AmcoGiffen in 2019.

Based at the QTS’s Nottinghamshire headquarters, Paul will play a key role in building the firm’s presence in England, leading on the delivery of training courses and the assessment, training and development of their participants.

He will also have an instrumental role in developing the Controller of Site Safety (COSS) material for QTS Group’s pioneering COSS Development Academy, which was launched in 2021 to develop and enhance the skills of QTS team members who hold this key safety critical role.

Craig Loveman became a member of QTS Training in December 2023. He has extensive experience in the industry and has worked as an assessor and trainee trainer in recent years. He was eager to grow his skills and advance as a railway safety critical trainer and assessor. He can now provide Controller of Site Safety (COSS) training and various small plant competencies, and is currently working towards achieving engineering supervisor training capability.

Lorna Gibson, managing director of QTS Training said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Paul and Craig to the QTS family, enhancing our commitment to delivering top-tier training solutions. Their expertise will undoubtedly enrich our team’s capabilities.

“At QTS, we believe that a well-equipped team is key to providing unparalleled learning experiences, and these developments align with our vision for continued excellence in training services.”

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