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E-news February 2018: What's Trending for 2018...

We are pleased to publish our first E-news of 2018, featuring the latest services we have added to our offering.

Building on the latest workplace trends, this include Media Training, Managing Mental Health Training for Managers and Motivational Speaking.

We also include our first music track, Positive Difference as we continue to explore how to communicate with different people in different ways!

Read our February E-news below:

US2U Consulting E-news February 2018

A Lifetime of Opportunities from US2U in Wind Energy Network Magazine

Rachel Blackburn shares three top tips in Issue 42 of Wind Energy Network Magazine, reflecting on her 2017 trip to Saudi Arabia with the Saudi British Joint Business Council as well as working with Great Yarmouth-based client ASAMS!

View her article below:

Wind Energy Network Magazine: A Lifetime of Opportunities from US2U

Manual Machinist: An Opportunity to Make a Real Difference

We have a great opportunity available for a Manual Machinist who is looking to make a real difference

Package: c£27k plus bonus, benefits and relocation package

Location: Great Yarmouth

With a reputation for delivering amazing customer service, our client is looking for an accomplished Manual Machinist to prepare test pieces for a wide range of clients in the oil & gas and renewable energy industries.

Working with a team of professionals you must be able to clearly demonstrate your ability to work with colleagues to:

Prepare metallic test pieces in line with national/international standards and company procedures

Use mills, lathes, saws and surface grinders

Complete oxyacetylene and plasma cutting

Occasional welding

Verify dimensions and interpret data to pass on to colleagues

Undergo on the job training as requested by the Machine Shop Manager

This role requires English and Mathematics grade A-C GCSE or similar, a desire to learn and adaptability as no two days are the same. A fork lift licence is desirable although training will be provided.

If you are passionate about metal, have excellent analytical, interpersonal and priority management skills with great attention to detail then please apply for this opportunity to develop personally and technically.


Please send your CV to: or telephone 01603 716852.


US2U Consulting E-News December 2017

Read our last E-news of 2017, which features news of Rachel Blackburn's visit to Saudi Arabia and the release of our first music track Positive Difference!

This edition also includes news of Rachel speaking at the new University of East Anglia Consulting Society, some of our positive client relationships and 'Food for Thought' at ExCeL London! Find out more below:

US2U Consulting E-news December 2017

"It has been great to work with our diverse clients during 2017 - there have been so many highlights. My team and I look forward to supporting you to achieve your business plans in our changing, challenging environment during 2018." Rachel Blackburn, Director


EDP: Business coach makes positive links in Saudi Arabia

Rachel Blackburn's recent trip to Saudi Arabia has been featured in the Eastern Daily Press, as below:

"A business coach has been making connections in Saudi Arabia as she aims to help train the leaders of the kingdom's future.

The Middle Eastern country is going through a period of modernisation, encouraged by crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, and US2U Consulting director Rachel Blackburn is hoping to be part of that process.

She visited the country with support funding from the Department for Trade and spent time with the Saudi British Joint Business Council.

She said: "The people I met have all been really friendly and positive about the need for executive coaching and I am looking forward to returning early in 2018 to develop some specific projects.

"At first it was strange to wear an abaya; however I did feel listened to as a business woman. Things are changing very fast in Saudi Arabia and my team and I are pleased to be able to support positive changes." "

Pictured with Rachel is Chris Innes-Hopkins, UK Executive Director of Saudi British Joint Business Council.

See the story on the EDP website here.