Director of Development
Liz is a Quality Advisor for Landex. Liz spent 6 years in the Land-based sector lecturing in HE & FE along with working as an Advanced Teaching Practitioner for Agriculture & Countryside. During this period she has led programmes at both FE & HE and is a Fellow of the HEA. She has worked as a teacher, assessor and moderator for the current technical qualifications. Prior to this Liz worked in Access to Higher Education managing a successful programme alongside general studies (GCSEs in English, Maths & Science). Liz began her career in education working in disability support, initially as a dyslexia specialist, then leading the Learning Support Team in Adult Education with additional responsibility for Safeguarding & EDI. Alongside an interest across land subjects, Liz has recent classroom experience, and considerable skills in VLE development.Wendy Dick
Wendy Dick provides support for members by sharing her knowledge and skills, working pragmatically together in partnership to develop teaching and leadership practice that has the student at the centre. With many years experience at a senior level in two successful Colleges in both Wales and the South West she has a passion for excellence in education and training, with expertise in quality assurance, creating health cultures and dynamic teams, middle manager coaching and leadership development.Gerald Davies (associate)
Gerald Davies provides advice and training for members in health & safety, with particular emphasis upon college farms and other land based practical resources that present specific challenges and opportunities, less common in the wider education sector. With many years experience at a senior level in a land based College with responsibilities including Health & Safety and Estate Development, he has experience of both excellence and a turn around journey. Passionate about providing safer futures for students though culture change.
Personal Assistant to CEO
Landex Representative on AoC Board
Landex Representative on AoC Governors' Council