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Skills for Justice appoint new director of operations

Skills for Justice, the sector skills council for justice in the UK, have appointed a new Director of Operations. Amanda Ryalls started with the organisation this week, having previously worked in senior roles at the Sector Skills Development Agency (now called the UK Commission for Employment Skills).

Amanda says:

"It is a crucial time for Skills for Justice. Exciting developments like the new Compact agreement are taking place, which will release millions of pounds for new learning opportunities for people working In Justice. This will help organisations in the sector further develop their employees' skills, in order to be more efficient and effective in the communities they serve. I'm relishing the opportunity of being involved in this with my new colleagues."

Amanda replaces Felicity Winter, who has now become Director of the new Policy Directorate, created as the organisation looks to strengthen its role as a leading sector skills council, delivering high-quality skills and workforce development solutions to the UK Justice sector.

Amanda brings a wealth of knowledge to Skills for Justice from previous roles. Her new colleagues are looking forward to working with her at the head office in Sheffield, where she will be based.


Notes to editors

Skills for Justice is employer-led and works in partnership to ensure that the Justice sector has the necessary skills and staffing to be productive, efficient and effective. It will provide additional benefits and value to the justice sector through a coordinated approach to skills issues, better use of resources, increased ability to attract development funding into the justice sector and increased ability to meet the needs of the individual countries in the UK.

For more information contact:

Ally Mogg
Marketing & PR Officer

Skills for Justice | Centre Court | Atlas Way | Sheffield | S4 7QQ
T: 0114 231 7387 | M: 07795 960707


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