Our Team

  • Miranda Jenkins

    Driven by the belief that we can achieve our career goals and ambitions if we are supported in the right way, Miranda has been designing and delivering powerful learning programmes for over 20 years.

    She heads up the Skills to Go team. For managers working in organisations Miranda builds confidence and abilities to step up performance, often resulting in promotion or new opportunities.

  • Skills to Go Associates

    By bringing a talented team of associates together, Skills to Go Ltd is now a strong regional player in learning and development – delivering management programmes across the south-west of England and beyond, and delivering leadership courses in European countries. Each associate is hand-picked for their exceptional ability to facilitate learning and support participants in their development journey.

What People Say

"Skills to Go Ltd. has been regularly delivering skills development for staff throughout our business for a number of years. During the past year Miranda Jenkins has been training large numbers staff at all levels using a highly effective blend of learning methodologies that have proved to embed lasting skills improvement amongst our teams, team leaders and management teams. The work Skills to Go has delivered has significantly improved the acquisition and embedding of vital management behaviours in our business - the programmes have evaluated brilliantly with notable return on investment. Our staff have enjoyed Miranda’s approach, she forms relationships quickly, is professional and skilled in developing people. She is agile and focused and as one of our preferred suppliers I fully recommend both Miranda and her approach to training to other organisations."

Clare Saunders, Learning and Development Manager - Actavis (an Accord Healthcare company).

Latest News & Blog

lastest skills to go blog post

Resilience At Work – Who‘s Responsible And How Can It Be Achieved?

In January, I attended a very interesting and helpful half day event for learning and development professionals, exploring Resilience At Work. The event was organisation by CIPD Gloucestershire’s branch and the subject is clearly at hot topic at the moment because all tickets were sold and the room couldn’t squeeze in another person.