NOCN ex-Deputy MD David Retires
Posted 28 July 2016
Starting out as a teacher of psychology, geography and geology, David moved into the FE sector to work with students with learning difficulties or disabilities, experience which saw him work on the Warnock Enquiry Committee in the 1970s looking at the education of Handicapped Children and Young People.
He progressed from a tutor eventually to became deputy principal at North Nottinghamshire College. He also taught at universities including the Open University and The University of Sheffield.
Parallel to this, he worked with various awarding organisations, including OCR, City and Guilds and eventually NOCN, where he was instrumental in helping to develop the organisation into a leading provider of educational services.
David will now volunteer at The National Tramway Museum in Crich, Derbyshire to offer his extensive experience to help the heritage organisation grow even stronger, whilst keeping his hand in the education sector as a private consultant and continuing as a Director for the Credit Services Association.
We wish David all the best for his retirement, which sounds quite tiring already!