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Sunday, 13 July 2014

New Senior Visting Fellow for CCPD

David Andrews OBE has been named as a new Senior Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Career and Personal Development at CCCU.  David works as an independent education consultant, trainer, researcher and writer specialising in career education and guidance.  He leads courses for careers leaders and careers advisers, provides consultancy to local authorities, schools and careers companies and has spoken at numerous conferences.  David is a Fellow of the National Institute for Careers Education and Counselling (NICEC) and was an affiliated lecturer at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Education for many years.  Most of his work is in the UK but he has worked on projects in East Africa, Kosovo and Pakistan.

David Andrews OBE
David is an honorary life member of the Career Development Institute (CDI).  In 2011 he authored Careers Education in Schools, a book on the history of the development of careers education in schools and which goes on to critically examine current policy, practice and possibilities for the future.  Before moving into freelance work in 1998, he taught in secondary schools and then worked as an advisory teacher in a careers service and an LEA adviser.  David has worked as an adviser to the DfEE, the DfES and the DCSF, but not yet to the DfE.

Dr Hazel Reid, Director of the Centre said:  “We are delighted to welcome David and are looking forward to our association with him over the period to come.  His expertise and knowledge will be of great interest and benefit to our students and researchers.”