Crestron has appointed Neil Walton as training manager EMEA, effective immediately.

This new role will be based in Cobham, Surrey and Neil will be heading up a team of 13 trainers across Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Neil has worked in training and development within the AV industry for over 10 years, beginning his career within technical support for Armour Homes Electronics, then moving on to technical service and training manager soon after. His most recent position was as senior international technical and training manager at CYP Europe.

“It is fantastic to have Neil on board in what is a very important role for Crestron,” says Steven Dullaert, technical training director. “Training is a key business focus and we are consistently developing and monitoring our training strategy to ensure we provide our technical team with the knowledge and expertise to support our customers.”

“I am proud to have been given the opportunity to join Crestron, the global leader in home automation,” Neil comments. “I truly believe training is the single most important investment a company can make and I look forward to working with the team.”

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