14 November 2017
He is one of eight individuals appointed in recognition of their achievements in learning, skills and employment, and their expertise will also help to inform the work of Learning and Work Institute.
Alan, a former Delivery Director for the Department for Work and Pensions, said: “I’m delighted to be recognised by the Learning and Work Institute and hugely excited at the prospect of working more closely with the organisation and other Fellows in the future.”
The Learning and Work Institute is dedicated to lifelong learning, full employment and inclusion.
The organisation brings together over 90 years of combined history and heritage from the ‘National Institute of Adult Continuing Education’ (NIACE) and the ‘Centre for Economic & Social Inclusion’.
Its Fellows are appointed on a five-year basis and are comprised of leaders from the learning, skills and employment sectors.
Stephen Evans, Chief Executive of Learning and Work Institute, said: “I’m delighted to announce the appointments of our first Fellows.
“They are proven leaders in their fields. We are pleased to recognise their achievements, and look forward to working with them so that our work is informed by their expertise.”