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Bray Leino BroadSkill appoints Kerry Pascall as new Head of Digital Learning

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Following strong growth in its digital learning business, Bray Leino BroadSkill has appointed Kerry Pascall in the new role of head of digital learning. Kerry, who has been with the company for 3 years is a former head of e-learning development at BT Retail. In her new role Kerry will work with Bray Leino’s account directors to deliver cost-effective learning solutions for clients.

Kerry Pascal
Kerry Pascal 

In terms of digital learning, Bray Leino BroadSkill believes it has a clear advantage over competitors as it is part of integrated marketing communications company Bray Leino which is a UK top 20 advertising agency. As a result, the digital learning team can draw on the group's extensive creative and digital expertise to create visually strong and easy-to-use e-learning modules.

Bray Leino Group clients include: Wrigley, BP, RNLI, Royal Mint, Symantec, Seagate, WRAP and a host of government departments as well as brands such as WKD, Paul Smith, Ecover, Olbas, Ibuleve, Bazuka, Dentyl pH, Shloer, Aquascutum and Timberland.

Henry Jodrell, managing director at Bray Leino BroadSkill, says: "We are committed to developing training that improves skills and enhances motivation in a measured approach for all our clients. This is the reason we have asked Kerry to head up our digital learning business.

She brings huge experience and a wealth of knowledge gained from her time with BT. Since joining Bray Leino she has worked with a wide range of clients such as the Highways Agency, MOD, Atos Origin, BP and Connecting for Health."

Kerry Pascall adds: “I am really pleased to take this role on as it is great to work with a business that grows on referrals. Our business is well positioned to help companies develop the skills they need to succeed and having access to a suite of bespoke learning modules is also great for mobile and Generation-Y staff."

“Our company is always looking for innovative ways to ensure that learning is fun and clear and in our digital learning team we keep this as a core foundation when we develop digital content.”