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Peter has worked with an extensive range of universities and colleges in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Eastern Europe as well as with key UK Governmental education agencies such as, the Higher Education Funding Council, Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, European Commission, Jisc, Higher Education Academy, QAA, QAA Scotland, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, Becta and LSIS.
In addition to his consultancy work, he has held the following roles:
His project roles typically include Critical Friend, Expert Advisor, Evaluator, Student/Staff Mentor and Change Management Consultant and has worked in these roles in various national Jisc/HEA funded programmes, including the Jisc “Users and Innovation”, “Curriculum Design/Delivery Transformation”, “Digital Literacies”, “Assessment & Feedback” programmes and the HEA national e-
He supports institutions in institutional benchmarking and self-
He has also been a prime mover in the setting up of education/industry partnerships, such as the Automotive College and Automotive Academy (now subsumed within the National Skills Academy for Manufacturing) and with Jaguar Land Rover’s supply chain companies and their education providers.
He also has considerable experience of working with SMEs on work-
He has helped to set up the multi-
He has worked internationally including in southern Africa and Eastern Europe and is actively involved with the Commonwealth Partnership for Technology Management. He participated in a research project for a Government Taskforce (led by Lord Puttnam) focused on UK educational technology export markets. He also acted as Expert Advisor on Becta’s “Fit for the Future” and CAPITAL research/vision programmes, supporting the development of a world class vision for capital investment programmes (UK Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills -
As well as authoring journal articles and papers in national/international conferences, he is also the author of various books relating to the innovative use of technology, published by the Financial Times, Pitman Publishing, Routledge and Kogan Page and he has produced a range of HE sector resources e.g. the QAA Flexible Curriculum toolkit, the Jisc Technology for employability toolkit and a range of effective practice guides for higher education. His most recent book is jointly authored with Prof Peter Hartley and published by Routledge: “Business Communication: Rethinking your professional practice for the post-
Peter Chatterton, a chartered physicist, is a consultant and academic whose work spans higher and further education (HE/FE), Government and industry.
Karol has over 20 years’ experience as a management consultant. He has carried out assignments in a wide range of commercial sectors and for public and voluntary sector organisations, in many countries in Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, North America and the Pacific Rim. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Business Consulting, Chartered Marketer and Chartered Psychologist. He runs his own consultancy, KS Associates.
From 2003 to October 2010, Peter Hartley led the University of Bradford’s educational development unit, the Centre for Educational Development (CED). He was previously Professor of Communication at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) where he was their first winner of a National Teaching Fellowship in 2001. He also runs his own consultancy practice.
Peter is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Hertfordshire and a critical friend and consultant in the area of technology enhanced learning, process improvement and change management. He is a professional engineer and academic with over 30 years experience working in Universities, with industry and business and Universities internationally.