Nick has worked in Higher and Further Education, firstly as a lecturer and latterly as a Director of Marketing with responsibility for market research and learner engagement.
He has taught on MBA courses in the Learning and Skills sector and co-authored the Marketing Distance Learning module for the Principals’ Qualifying Programme. He works nationally on projects in educational market research and outreach, and as a consultant to several FE colleges.
He favours creative and quirky solutions to tricky problems. He is a member of the Policy Consortium (http://policyconsortium.co.uk/)
Nick has been experimenting with the social profiling of FE students for a decade or more. In this session he will show you how to get a startlingly clear understanding of your students and how you can use this knowledge to increase your student recruitment using accurately targetted, carefully tailored and cost effective methods. The […]
This spring, the Policy Consortium (in association with ‘FE Week’) completed a third ‘Great FE and Skills Survey’. As well as looking at our findings and current messages from the sector’s responses this year, we’ll consider the trends since 2014 – and involve participants in the vital ‘So, what next?’ questions.