Rob has 32 years’ experience of learning development, education and leadership gained in a variety of settings from private sector, third sector and government.
Starting his career with Barnardo’s working with young people with learning disabilities in community-based projects Rob moved into government learning and development management with the Training and Enterprise Council and then the Learning and Skills Council leading teams in work-based learning and apprenticeships across a variety of sectors. Rob moved into the Department for Education in policy for Early Years Education before joining Skills for Care in January 2014.
Rob’s previous role in Skills for Care was programme head for standards, learning, qualifications and apprenticeships.
Georgina has over 10 years of experience in the Social Care and Health sectors. Her previous role at Skills for Care was programme head for employer engagement with responsibility for developing and implementing approaches to engagement with specific groups of employers, and managing the delivery of nationwide services and programmes.
Georgina is an experienced and programme and project manager with specific insight into the adult social care market and its supply chains, grant investment and management and stakeholder engagement.
Georgina has a BSC Honours in Psychology and a Masters in Business Administration and is a Trustee of People Matters (West Yorkshire).
Kevin has over 30 Years’ experience in IT and digital roles with twenty of those in IT and digital leadership roles in private and public-sector organisation working in UK and Europe. He has a BSc in Computer Science and a MSc in Business & IT Management, and is an Agile PM, Prince2 and MSP Practitioner.
He has worked with ATOS - European IT Division, Origin C&P, the Department for Education: UKCES, Skills for Justice and local authorities (Harrogate Borough Council and Lancaster City Council) providing a broad range of expertise and advice.
More recently Kevin has worked in digital transformation and delivery digital transformation initiatives in local authorities, but previously has managed large-scale IT transformation projects and delivering IT and digital initiatives into the skills and education sector.
Sue has a BSc Honours degree in Economics and Statistics from Leeds University and a Diploma in Entrepreneurship from Manchester Business School.
Sue is a qualified Chartered Accountant, who trained with one of the big four international accounting and auditing firms. After qualification she gained experience including corporate taxation, receiverships/ liquidations/ bank security reviews and due diligence.
She has managed a portfolio of audit clients including commercial companies, pension schemes and a portfolio of charitable, not for profit, voluntary sector and social housing clients mainly based in Yorkshire.
Sue joined Skills for Care nine years ago and has worked in finance and accountancy for over 25 years.