Patrick Holtby
Trainer

Patrick has been part of the ted Learning team since soon after the business was formed. He has worked extensively within transport, manufacturing and pharmaceutical sectors as well as in hospitality.
His specialties for ted Learning include key behaviour skills such as personal effectiveness, customer service, handling conflict, and leadership and management development. Patrick has been instrumental in delivering many of our ILM Programmes and is a key ambassador in our business for delivering joined up, sustainable learning. He has an ILM Level 5 Excellent Trainer Award 2015 with The University of York.
For ted Learning, Patrick delivers, Handling Conflict, Leadership and Management Development, Influencing and Negotiation Skills, Cracking Coaching Skills, Great Customer Experience, How to Be Effective at Work, Personal Resilience, Leading Through Change, How to Have Productive Conversations, Managing Performance, Managing Yourself and Others & How to Have Effective Meetings.
When not working for ted Learning, Patrick a proud Yorkshireman enjoys baking, cycling, (to justify the baking!), open water swimming and skiing.

   I work to develop real, trust-based relationships with participants, building their confidence in a supportive learning environment. I truly believe that ted Learning’s approach provides the participants with the opportunity to put their new skills into practice; enabling them to apply the techniques back in the workplace and achieving practical results.   
  -  Patrick Holtby Trainer

What our clients say about us

Our training is observational and participative, using teams of actors to bring it to life. We recognise that taking part in role-play is not for everyone, so we offer observational training – this is where two of our acting team demonstrate scenes related to the course and delegates observe and comment on the behaviors. Where a business is more confident working with actors, we take this to the next level with participative training so delegates get to practice their newly learnt skills.

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