RTS Group shortlisted in leading event awards

Staff at learning and development agency RTS Group rose to the challenge and got baking to help Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in their World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

All the team turned out for a slice of the cake and coffee morning action, and netted £200 for the charity.

This was the fourth year running that RTS Group, based in Notton, near Chippenham, has supported the annual event.

Emma Tozer, HR adviser at the company, which specialises in developing people within automotive manufacturers’ retail networks, said the coffee morning was just one element of the company’s charity support. During the year, they will be raising funds for Cancer Research and Wiltshire Air Ambulance.

For more information about RTS Group, visit www.rtsgroup.com. To find out about the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning visit https://coffee.macmillan.org.uk/

Notes to editors

RTS Group was founded in 1989 and has been providing learning and development services to the automotive industry for 25 years.

Based in the UK, RTS Group has businesses across Europe, the Middle East, China and South Africa. It works primarily in the automotive sector and its clients are well-known manufacturers and brands, such as Mercedes-Benz, Mazda and Nissan.

RTS Group devises, designs and delivers a wide range of learning solutions which improve the knowledge, skills and performance of frontline staff at automotive dealerships. Methods used range from one-to-one and classroom learning, through to eLearning, using smart phones, tablets and online tools.


Malcolm is RTS Group’s Managing Director so he oversees everything in the company and spends a large proportion of his time on new business development. He joined us initially as an associate, setting up the Mazda Academy, and became MD in 2013. He is a Fellow of the Institute of the Motor Industry.

Malcolm’s background is as a freelance trainer, largely in the automotive sector but also within the finance industry. His first ever job was as a paperboy – he delivered 40 papers a day from 6am, and was paid double on a Sunday because of the weight he had to carry!

He admits he has a somewhat untidy desk and should probably get the coffees in a bit more often, but his good humour and go-getting approach means the team let him off. In his spare time, Malcolm is a rugby referee travelling across the south of England, and he has three grown-up children. Malcolm describes himself as “curious” which makes him the perfect person to explore new opportunities for RTS Group.