RTP-UK Limited, are pleased to announce the acquisition of Aspect Supportability Consultants Limited.
Aspect are a member of the S3000L user group, which is part of the UK Council for Electronic Business (UKCeB).
Early January, Aspect employee ‘Nick Coles’ taken on The Fan Dance challenge, which is a gruelling 24km race over two sides of Pen Y Fan, the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacons, while carrying a 35lbs Bergan, plus consumables such as food and water (total weight of 45lbs).
The End of 2015 brings with it the final presentations for the Good Practice Supportability Working Group (GPSWG), which is a joint venture between the UK Council for Electronic Business (UKCeB) and industry representatives. This year included candidates from MoD, Atkins, BAE Systems, General Dynamics, EDFERA, Rolls Royce and Aspect.
Nick Coles has completed the training course for HiCo products, which included trainings and practical workshops to gain a deep insight into the whole HiCo product portfolio.
Aspect attended the Advanced Engineering UK 2015 forum at the NEC Birmingham.
Aspect had the pleasure of exhibiting and attending this year’s UKCeB MoD Support Seminar at BAWA club on the 20th October 2015.
Luke Nolt is now a PRINCE2 Practitioner and has developed a strong foundation in the PRINCE2 Methodology.
Aspect Ltd have began working in conjunction with Rheinmetall Technical Publications (RTP) to support the RNLI, by delivering ILS consultant services in order to aid development and deployment of the RNLI’s latest lifeboat class, the Shannon.
Aspect has further strengthened its relationship with UKCeB by participating in this year’s Good Practice Study Working Group (GPS WG) as both candidate and mentor.