Director of Geophysics, Sam Roberts, has passed the Certificate in Company Direction, awarded by the Institute of Directors. Sam has been working hard to submit coursework and revise for the exams whilst leading the Geophysics department at Met through one of our busiest periods to date. But, showing he is more than cut out for the role, Sam passed all 4 modules of the course with fantastic grades, 2 modules with a Distinction.
“The course has been really valuable, developing my skills and knowledge of business areas that I otherwise wouldn’t have had the chance to experience – such as Finance and Marketing strategy. I’ve had the opportunity to learn from more experienced Directors, who have passed on insight and ideas that I’m sure will prove invaluable in my role as Director at Met.”
Sam leads our Geophysics department in utility mapping, PAS128, GPR, void location and brownfield reconnaissance. Find out more on our geophysics pages, or contact the team to discuss your project requirements.
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