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New knowledge transfer director joins ICE in November

The ICE has appointed Nathan Baker as director of engineering knowledge, following the retirement of Mike Chrimes in July.

Baker joins from Energy and Utility Skills Group, where he was strategy and development director. He will report to Chris Gibson who is managing director of TTL and executive director of knowledge.
Baker has experience from the military and from the commercial sector.  At the Energy and Utility Skills Group, he created and led a business transformation strategy and re-invigorated skills product development, creating new skills solutions for clients.  He identified and opened new markets in the UK and overseas, and grew commercial income significantly. 
Prior to this, Baker was strategy and capability lead for Babcock International Group, where he created a training business unit capability plan, driving an ambitious growth target. 
During his time at the group he brought in a several new learning technologies.
Baker also worked at ACO Technologies, where he invigorated the organisation’s product and technical training to grow the learner client base in the UK and overseas.
He will lead the delivery of knowledge activities to support the strategic priorities of the ICE and joins the Institution on
3 November.

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