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Project manager appointed for Peterborough's multiversity

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Bob Digby, an education specialist with 15 years experience, has been appointed project manager of the [email protected] programme.

From Monday 1 August 2011, Bob will join the project team for two days a week.

Bob has a very broad employment background, with extensive experience in the telecommunications industry as well as education. Bob started teaching in the learning and skills sector 15 years ago on programmes including HNC Business Studies, 'Set up a Small Business' and the vocational GCSE in Business Studies as part of the Increased Flexibility programme for 14 to 16-year-olds.

During the last eight years, Bob has worked to encourage young people to progress into higher education and to support the development of vocational courses for 14 to 19-year-olds.

As the [email protected] project manager, Bob will be responsible for leading the city's ambition to create a wider choice of higher education provision with a larger range of providers who will offer business-relevant knowledge and skills to support the economic growth of local companies.

Bob said: "I am really excited about this new role and believe we can develop a new model to enable greater local access to higher education. My message to local businesses is 'grow people - grow profits' and I hope to help companies have the right people with the right skills in place to take advantage of any upturn in the economy."

Councillor John Holdich, Peterborough City Council's cabinet member for education, skills and university, said: "We are delighted to have Bob on board with the [email protected] project as he has some fantastic experience to bring to the role. Bob has worked closely with a number of higher education institutions and also has great experience in the business world, which is key to making this role a success. We look forward to working with him."

July 2011 - Peterborough UK Community Website




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