We are pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Elliott, who joins as a Senior Learning and Development Manager, in a national role.
Kevin holds extensive experience within Learning and Development (L&D) and has worked in both public and private sectors across a range of industries including Retail and Financial Services. Kevin is an MBA graduate and is an accredited member of the Institute of Leadership and Management and the Learning and Performance Institute.
With experience as a consultant for a large global retailer, Kevin brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise including working with senior stakeholders to create bespoke development programmes, graduate and apprenticeship schemes, as well as aligning the goals and performance of individuals with the strategic aims of their organisations.
In his new role at FRP, Kevin will develop an L&D offering for all areas of the business, implementing strategies to support the career pathways of our people, and managing the development of a new internal L&D system.
His appointment follows a period of significant growth for FRP, having listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in March 2020, the acquisitions of Spectrum Corporate Finance in March 2021 and JDC Group in September 2020, as well as various strategic hires.
Kevin Elliott said: “FRP has an exceptional reputation, the firm has grown phenomenally over the last year. I am excited to be part of the ambitious plans of the organisation, and I’m particularly looking forward to working with colleagues of all levels to create opportunities to further enhance our L&D offering.”
Chief Operating Officer, Jeremy French added: “We’re passionate about the development of our people, and there is a growing appetite for a dedicated national learning and development offering. Kevin is highly experienced within L&D and will be a real asset to the business.
“The significant growth of the firm has meant that it is now more important than ever to continue investing in our people, and someone to lead our L&D offering is a natural step towards this.”