Business Impact has made great strides since the acquisition of QGS
last year and we have some exciting plans in place.
is now known as Business Impact UK and provides free training to manufacturing companies under the Government's Train to Gain and Skills for Life programmes.
His role at QGS was reported to involve him chairing eight board meetings a year.
Earlier this year QGS announced ambitious plans to expand, as reported in nebusiness.
At the time, QGS said it was one of the UK's fastest growing providers of the Learning and Skills Council's (LSC) Train to Gain scheme, which helps businesses to improve their workforce skills.
Bryan Sanderson was appointed as a non-executive chairman of QGS last summer, prior to his appointment to the helm of Northern Rock.
His role at QGS sees him chair eight board meetings a year.
QGS Synergy, which has additional offices in Cambridge, Cheshire, Kent and Leeds, covers a range of training areas including business improvement, distribution and manufacturing-focused 'Lean' techniques.