Rathbone Training’s managing director reports to the chief executive of NCG. Rathbone Training has a senior leadership team, which reports to the managing director.

The NCG Board of Governors has ultimate responsibility for decision-making.

Meet our Senior Leadership Team

Ian Webber, Managing Director

Ian brings a wealth of business experience at senior management, executive and board level in a range of commercial sectors including training/welfare to work sector, financial services, mobile telecoms, business process, outsourcing and utilities.

Graeme Dodd, Finance Director

Graeme Joined Rathbone Training as Finance Director in 2016 and has over 17 years’ experience in the finance sector. He specialises in cost management, productivity and efficiency programmes and commercial and risk management.

Michael Bradshaw, Corporate Partnerships Director

Michael joined Rathbone Training in 2017. In his current role he uses his experience in contract development, growth and delivery to inform and guide the work we do with employers.

Kate Still, Devolved Nations Director

Kate joined Rathbone Training in 2012 to manage Rathbone Training's activities in Scotland & Wales. Prior to this Kate worked for a social enterprise headquartered in Glasgow. Kate’s expertise includes skills and employability, economic development, regeneration, sustainability and criminal justice.

Candice Davies, Interim Operations Director England

Candice has worked for Rathbone Training since 1999. In that time Candice has progressed from an assessor right through to an interim member of the senior leadership team. She has extensive operational knowledge of programmes with various funders and has a passion for ensuring young people’s employment.

Gina Steele, Performance Director

Gina joined Rathbone Training in 2010 and is a performance specialist with over 15 years’ experience of working with training organisations. She has experience in quality, standards and management.

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