Our very own Jen Bramley, Executive Director at Babington has been nominated as an Inspirational Woman within the Apprenticeship Sector and will therefore be in attendance at the Inspirational Women Conference being held at the Welcome Centre in Coventry on the 10th September.
The Inspirational Women Conference, hosted by Apprenticeships 4 England is not just a conference, it’s a medium where women from different backgrounds can meet and empower each other with their stories and their experiences. It’s a great platform for women to support each other and make incredible things happen.
Jen will be joining an elite group of women from the apprenticeship sector with various backgrounds from training providers, awarding bodies, employers and technology providers all of whom are recognised as inspirational women.
More about Jen
Jen joined Babington in 2018 and is responsible for business growth and strategic direction across the business. Managing all areas related to customer engagement from marketing, business development, bidding and strategic account management, ensuring that all stakeholders receive the best quality experiences possible with innovative and on trend solutions that are fit for purpose.
Prior to joining Babington Jen began her career in sales and progressed into recruitment providing headhunting services and consulting services to business owners, supporting them to develop strategic growth plans. Following a relocation Jen entered into the education sector, heading up business development for a local college delivering rapid and significant growth in apprenticeships and developing major contracts.
Jen has been involved in the education sector for 10 years and previously co-owned a specialist Engineering training provider within the Sheffield City Region restructuring the organisation to respond to industry innovations and provide a flexible employer-led training solution before becoming Corporate Sales & Operations Director at one of the largest Independent Training Providers in England.
Why Jen is considered inspirational.
Nominations for the Inspirational Women can be made by anyone and here are just a few reasons why Jen has been nominated by her colleagues from within the sector.
“Jen is a very supportive and effective leader who passionately drives quality life-changing apprenticeship solutions. Her focus on quality outcomes and solutions allows her team to work to the best of their abilities. An all-rounder who leads by example. It’s great to have direction and support from her daily. This nomination is well deserved.”
“She is a fantastic advocate for apprenticeships and is a great role model for women in the industry, having over 10 years’ experience gained from a variety of roles. She is incredibly hard working and her morals and ethics make her an example of how to juggle being successful in the apprenticeship space and a working mum”
A word from Jen herself.
“I feel extremely privileged to have been nominated as an Inspirational Woman within the Apprenticeship Sector and look forward to joining many other inspirational women at the conference next month.
My goal is to provide truly authentic leadership and deliver a first-class experience to all our learners, employers and staff. If we deliver this consistently, that is a sign of great leadership.
To become an inspiration in general and not just an inspirational woman in the sector requires the ongoing support of my team and colleagues to ensure we exceed what we set out to achieve. Only collectively can we achieve great things.”