Readynez Isle of Man | New role for Lorna | March 2021

Readynez Isle of Man are pleased to announce that Lorna Trevethan will be joining the team to help lead their operations on the Isle of Man.

Date: Thursday 25 March 2021

Lorna joins Readynez from PDMS where she has worked for the past 5 years heading up the Year 10 Work Experience programme, as well as working with both the Engineering and Digital Sectors in developing their work with education and apprenticeships. Lorna is also the lead for Skills at the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce.

Readynez are a well-known brand in the European Training Industry and have recently opened a new IT training centre on the Isle of Man. For over a decade, the company has been enabling digital transformation by providing skills solution for organisations both large and small. With the new Isle of Man operation, Readynez will be providing a range of training solutions to help up-skill and retrain the local workforce to meet the growing demand on the Island for digital skills.
Lorna is currently working part time as she transitions from her role at PDMS and will be taking on a broader range of activities for Readynez in mid-May.
“I am really excited to be joining the team at Readynez and helping to develop new options for the Isle of Man to help reduce the skills gap especially in the Digital Sector. We will be looking to launch some new and innovative Digital Skills Programs on the island as well as looking at other ways we can improve Digital Skills in all sectors on the island.”

Jason Crane, Learning Solutions Director from Readynez says:

“For us it was a fantastic opportunity to work with Lorna with her vast experience of skills-based initiatives on the Island. All matters around skills and digital change are very close to our hearts. It’s in our DNA to help bring training that actually works to everyone who needs it and from our conversations with Lorna it was obvious she is as keen as we are about the skills agenda.”

Lorna Trevethan pictured above.