Over 25 years’ experience in the design of TVET
Martin Draper uses his considerable experience in research and analysis to enhance both public and private organisational performance. He has over 25 years’ experience in the design of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) systems and qualifications, behavioural research, assessment and measurement methodologies, as well as leadership development and quality assurance. His background in quantitative research and behavioural sciences helps him to obtain the information required to develop a quality customised solution.
Martin has led many initiatives designed to enhance skills development globally including the development of national occupational standards for the financial services sector for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the design of assessment frameworks for the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department of the Hong Kong Government, and the development of internship policy and frameworks in Botswana.
He has researched and developed National Vocational Qualifications and Occupational Standards for the Qualifications Curriculum Authority (UK), Standards Setting Councils (UK), Industry Associations and private organisations. Martin has also done significant work in Fiji in terms reviewing its Apprenticeship Scheme and developing a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and system for the registration and review of Higher Education Institutions.
Martin is passionate about improving the working lives of individuals around the world and will work closely with you to design a bespoke solution that fits your country and organisation’s needs.
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