3t Energy Group announces appointment of Corporate Development Director
Published by Sara Simper,
Market-leading provider of training, technology and simulation solutions, 3t Energy Group (3t), has appointed Martin Hottass as Corporate Development Director.
A leader in the training field, Martin joins 3t from City & Guilds Group, where he was Managing Director for Technical Training. Prior to that role, he was responsible for the skills agenda at Siemens plc for the UK, as well as the company’s apprenticeship provision in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Martin joins 3t at a time of growth as the team supports its domestic and global client base with world-leading training and competency solutions. Martin’s vast industry experience through his work with the Institute for Apprenticeships, National Skills Academy for Rail (NASR) and the Energy Efficiency Industrial Partnership will enhance 3t’s delivery of developing a safer and more efficient work-place.
Commenting on his appointment, Martin said: “I am delighted to be joining 3t Energy Group and working alongside the sector-leading businesses AIS Survivex, Drilling Systems, 3t Transform and 3t EnerMech. Being part of world-leading training and competency solutions that encompass traditional training, digital learning technologies and training compliance management platforms is an exciting next phase of my career. I’m excited to use my experience to help shape the future of training for the sectors we operate in.”
Kevin Franklin, CEO, 3t, added: “Martin is an esteemed industry professional and we are pleased to have him join us as we continue to invest in our commitment to ‘transform training with technology’. His expertise will support us in expanding the breadth of our offering to our customers, helping 3t deliver a safer, smarter, more efficient workforce.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/12052022/3t-energy-group-announces-appointment-of-corporate-development-director/
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