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IT2EC 2022: Babcock seeking to strengthen training brand

29th April 2022 - 17:15 GMT | by Harry Lye in London

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Babcock training in action. (Photo: Babcock)

Babcock holds contracts for training across the different domains of defence supporting UK and other armed forces.

Speaking to Shephard on 26 April during IT2EC 2022, Babcock Land sector training director Al Deas said the international defence company was seeking to move away from looking at training from a contract-to-contract perspective.

Deas said he thought Babcock was ‘slowly developing a defence training business’, explaining that the company aspires to evolve the elements of training it already offered.

'We've got at the moment in the land domain and in the marine domain about 13 to 14 different contracts, but by and large, in the past, we've sort of ran those as independent and contracts,' he added.

Deas continued:

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