Graham is a long-standing member of the educational assessment community, having worked in the sector for over 30 years. He has been involved in many of the significant developments in general qualifications, including the introduction of GCSEs, Curriculum 2000 and National Curriculum at Key Stage 4. Whilst at QCA he was responsible for the marking and collecting data for the Key Stage tests and after a move to DRS Data Services Limited was part of the team responsible for the first implementation for the live marking of UK examinations using scanned scripts. His interest in e-Assessment started whilst at QCA where he led a development change looking at the uses of new technologies in assessment. Latterly he has owned a franchise helping business to be successful at selling their products and services and now runs his own consultancy businesses supporting SMEs and those in the assessment sector.
His great passion is to harness technology of all kinds to improve candidate experiences and to give valid and reliable outcomes. He has used behavioural assessments to help companies make the right choice of employee and avoid costly mistakes.
Graham is happy to be called upon to speak, with key interests in implementation of development programmes, getting the best from your teams, strategic planning and business development.