Warrington & Vale Royal College Assistant Principal, Victoria Harte, is to join leading Birmingham-based apprenticeship and training provider, GB Training, as Director of Quality Improvement. Commenting on the new appointment, Lawrence Barton, Managing Director of GB Training, said:

“We’re delighted to announce Victoria’s appointment as our new Quality Improvement Director. She brings with her a wealth of experience accumulated over her extensive career in the skills and adult learning sector. In her previous role as Assistant Principle at Warrington & Vale Royal College, Victoria worked as a key member of the College’s executive leadership team at the newly merged college and was responsible for Business, Adult and Commercial Services. She led on the college’s strategic development in several core areas, including: employer engagement, commercial growth, marketing and apprenticeships. I’ve every confidence her knowledge and expertise will prove invaluable as GB Training continues to provide best-in-class skills and apprenticeship training over the coming years.”

Commenting on her appointment, Victoria Harte, said:

“I’m excited to start my new role at GB Training later this month. The company has an excellent reputation and has ambitious plans for growth. I look forward to bringing my knowledge and expertise to help ensure we achieve those plans, while maintaining the company’s existing high standards.”

Victoria will succeed Gill Hutchings MBE who has been head of quality improvement at GB Training for the past six years.


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