NEC Role: President
Industry Position: Group Managing Director - NOCN
NOCN MD, Graham Hasting-Evans, is a construction professional who worked in building and construction before developing the skills strategy for the London 2012 Olympics. He was programme director at the UK Commission for Employment and Skills before joining NOCN, in 2011. Graham has worked closely with the government on apprenticeship reforms, including the Apprenticeship Levy and has powered NOCN to become the top government-approved End-Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO). He regularly speaks at events in the UK and internationally and is often called upon for comment in further education sector media.
NEC Role: National Chair
Industry Position: Director, Construction & Building Services, Bedford College
Dave has over 20 years of experience in construction stemming from his Maintenance Carpenter Apprenticeship all the way through to his role at Bedford College where he has been promoted from Head of Construction to Director of Construction & Building Services. He is responsible for the strategic leadership of Construction & Building Services Education and Training for The Bedford College Group. Dave’s role at BACH has progressed from Vice Chair and Regional Head East of England to Chair following the BACH National Annual Conference 2019.
NEC Role: National Vice-Chair & Regional Head West Midlands
Industry Position: Head of Faculty: Technology and the Built Environment - South and City College Birmingham
Bob has spent nearly 30 years teaching and managing FE provision in Scotland and England. Bob’s current role is Head of Faculty: Technology and the Built Environment at South and City College Birmingham. He spent many years developing qualifications for SQA, Pearson, CSkills and City and Guilds, recently working on the TECHBAC development programme and represents FE on the 14 – 19 Advisory Committee for Construction and The Built Environment. Bob was recently made an Honorary Life Member of City and Guilds for services to the development of construction education.
NEC Role: National Vice-Chair
Industry Position: Head of Construction Milton Keynes College
Lee has just been appointed to the role and his profile will be updated shortly.
NEC Role: National Treasurer
Industry Position: Consultant supporting FE Colleges to reach outstanding performance
Ian is an experienced Inspector and former senior manager with many years’ experience in further education and work-based learning. His teaching experience and 25 years managing Engineering and Construction have added to his portfolio of skills in the industry of which he is a Chartered Engineer, a Chartered Marine Engineer, a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical Engineers, and led to him becoming an external examiner for several Higher Education Institutes and the Army. Ian has mentored a number of staff in FE and provided ‘critical friend’ support and guidance for several departments across a range of sector skills areas, and takes an active role as Treasurer of British Association of Construction Heads.
NEC Role: National Secretary
Industry Position: Commercial Training Manager - National College for High Speed Rail
Jonty has just been appointed and his profile will be added shortly
NEC Role: Business Manager
Industry Position: Business Manager for BACH and other organisations
Ian’s role within BACH is to support members and organise events, including BACH’s National Annual Conference and National Development CPD.
Ian has a general management background in Travel, Hospitality and Not for Profit sectors
NEC Role: East Midlands Regional Chair
Industry Position: Faculty Head of Construction and Professional Care Industries
After completing an apprenticeship in Carpentry and Joinery in 1981 with a local building company, Mick gained experience in the construction industry by working on small building projects for 3-4 years. He then spent a further 6-7 years working on general housebuilding sites before moving into the maintenance sector. He was then appointed as a trainer/assessor at Stephenson College in 2004, which included delivery to full time students as well as apprentices, where he assessed NVQ evidence for Carpentry & Joinery apprentices up to level 3 after formally completing his A1 and V1 awards. Whilst managing a full caseload he completed the teacher training programme which included the FD in education, and within 6 years Mick had been promoted to Section Head of the Construction Department.
Mick manages one of two faculties at Stephenson College and is BACH’s East Midlands Regional Chair.
NEC Role: Co-opted member
Industry Position: Former Principle, Leeds College of Building. Ian is still active within the FE Construction sector
Ian has extensive experience of the construction sector, particularly when applied to further education and training. He recently retired from his Principle position at Leeds College of Building which he held since 2003 following his internal promotion from Deputy Principle. Ian’s 22 years at the College saw considerable change both in response to industry and the FE sector to which there is an exciting future ahead.
NEC Role: Co-opted member
Industry Position: Head of Education and Training – CITB
Graham is Head of Education and Training at CITB, responsible for the National Construction College and Higher Education Strategy. Having been involved with awarding bodies on several fronts during his career, he has written assessments for the international market and continued his interest in Civil Engineering and Construction throughout his educational career. He is also a Trustee of the West Midlands University Technical College.
He is a past Chair of BACH and is a Co-opted member.
NEC Role: Regional Head Yorkshire and Humber England
Industry Position: Head of Curriculum, Construction and Engineering (CP) - East Riding College
Alex has spent many years in the construction industry, working in roles ranging from carpenter to project manager. With over 15 years in the education sector, Alex is passionate about ensuring a quality learning experience for those in Construction and Engineering.
NEC Role: Regional Head South East England
Industry Position: Curriculum Manager Construction - North Kent College
Derek has worked at North Kent College for 18 years and has successfully managed a cross-section of construction crafts in his capacity as Head of Department. He is passionate about the impact his role has on the wider industry.
NEC Role: Co-opted Regional Head Greater London
Industry Position: Head of Construction - Guildford College
Following 7 years working within the Construction & Engineering Industry, Kevin has 30 years’ experience working in a variety of roles in a range of organisations from private companies to colleges and schools. To keep his industrial experience current, Kevin worked as Interim Director for a property company managing new projects and maintaining occupied developments in the gaps of education assignments. Kevin is a Co-opted Regional Head at BACH.
NEC Role: Regional Head North East England
Industry Position: Head of the School of Construction and Building Services - Hartlepool College of FE
NEC Role: Regional Head Wales
Industry Position: Head of Construction - Grwp Llandrillo-Mena
Andrew has 18 years’ experience in Further Education and is currently Head of Construction at Coleg Menai.
NEC Role: Regional Chair - South West
Industry Position: Head of Faculty for Building, Automotive and Civil Engineering - Weston College
Steve has been Head of Faculty for Building, Automotive and Civil Engineering at Weston College for the last 6 years and was part of the college Construction vision to be outstanding which was realised in 2014. Steve is proud of the opportunity construction has afforded him, starting his career as a Bricklaying apprentice in Wells, Somerset, working extensively across the South West whilst running his own business and also working in Australia for a construction training company. Having held a variety of FE roles at Weston College, Bridgwater College and Yeovil College, Steve has a wealth of experience to support members across the South West Region.
NEC Role: Regional Head North West England
Industry Position: Curriculum Manager - St Helens College
NEC Role: Administrator