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CATCH Welcomes new Director of Education and Training to lead CATCH Apprenticeships and Skills Delivery.

14 June 2024

CATCH is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Robinson as the new Director of Education and Training. In this newly created role, Paul will oversee the delivery and implementation of skills and apprenticeship programs, furthering CATCH’s commitment to industrial skills.

Paul

With an impressive background in education and development, Paul brings a wealth of experience and a passion for learning. His vision will be instrumental in evolving CATCH's provision and creating pathways for learners to achieve their career goals.

“We are thrilled to welcome Paul to our team,” said David Talbot, CEO CATCH. “Paul’s expertise and dedication to excellence align perfectly with our mission to train not only new entrants to industry, but also to upskill those that are already making a difference. We are confident that Paul will drive significant growth and success in our skills and apprenticeship programs.”

Paul will lead a dynamic team of tutors and industry professionals, focusing on pathway development, partnerships with employers, and ensuring that programs are aligned with current industry needs. He will also play a crucial role in expanding access to training opportunities, supporting learners from diverse backgrounds, and equipping them with the skills needed to thrive in the workforce.

Paul Robinson, Director of Education and Training commented, “I am thrilled to be joining CATCH as the new Director of Education and Training. As the industry continues its journey towards achieving net zero and closing the skills gap, I am honoured to be part of its future and look forward to working within the CATCH team and collaboratively with employers to maximise the positive impact across the sector.  It’s an exciting time and CATCH is pivotal in the journey ahead”.

Catch continues to lead the way in providing high-quality education and training solutions. With the addition of Paul the organisation is poised to further its impact and help more individuals achieve their goals.

For more information about Catch and its programs, please visit www.catchuk.org