The National Skills Academy for Financial Services has announced the appointment of Beverley Dyson as regional development manager for the North of England. Beverley will work closely with employers within the region to find practical solutions to nurture talent and skills development in the local financial services. Prior to joining the Skills Academy, Beverley was area manager for NatWest in the North East of England, responsible for leading a team of business development managers and encouraging their training and development.
Beverley has 25 years experience in Retail Financial Services covering branch banking, relationship management and the mortgage market. Beverley said: “Financial Services has always been my passion as it is a varied and interesting sector. My main priority in this role is to raise the profile of the Skills Academy in the North of England. I will also work closely with employers to help develop staff to reach their full potential. This will contribute towards building a stronger financial services sector in the North of the country.”
Sylvia Perrins, CEO of the National Skills Academy for Financial Services, commented: “Beverley has a proven track record in developing a region and considerable relationship management skills. She has real enthusiasm for facilitating development in others and generating improved performance through learning. I look forward to strengthening relationships with both providers and employers in the region with Beverley on board.”
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About the National Skills Academy for Financial Services
The National Skills Academy for Financial Services is a unique independent employer-led charitable organisation dedicated to growing talent and building professionalism in the UK financial services industry. Its goal is to support future, emerging and existing talent and to ensure the financial services industry is productive and efficient to compete in global markets.
The Skills Academy provides a diverse range of business and talent development support – and all tailor-made for the industry’s needs. Its educational programmes can be accessed in-house, online and locally through the Skills Academy Training Provider Partner Network. As a registered charity, its aim is to provide value-added and cost-effective programmes. Income generated is re-invested in innovative schemes to further support the industry and development of its people across many business areas. For more information, please visit: http://www.nsafs.co.uk.
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