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Speaker Biography

Paul Eeles

Paul joined ALP as part of the senior management team in February 2005. Within ALP Paul leads nationally on policy related to Apprenticeship's, Machinery of Government Changes, Sector Skills Councils, Quality Improvement, Inspection, Qualification Reform, 14-19 and Workforce Reform. Paul works closely with officials from DCSF and DIUS and stakeholder organisations to represent the interests of ALP members.

Paul has 21 years’ experience in the post-16 sector. The first 7 years were as a lecturer in two West Midlands Colleges. Paul has 17 years’ experience of managing WBL in both a College and with independent providers. Paul spent 3 years as Group Training Director of a national licensed retail training provider before setting up his own training company which he ran for 7 years. He has been an external verifier for an awarding body.

Paul is currently an associate inspector for Ofsted having been an associate inspector with both the Adult Learning Inspectorate and the Training Standards Council. His first degree is a business management degree specialising in Hotel & Catering Management jointly from The University of Central England & The Birmingham College of Food. He also holds a post graduate diploma in Training Management from the University of Wolverhampton and a Masters in Personnel & Development from the University of Plymouth.

In addition Paul is a Fellow Member of the British Institute of Innkeeping, a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and an Associate Member of the Institute of Learning. He is married with two young boys. In addition Paul is Chair of Govenors at his son's primary school


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