Founder and Managing Director of The Enterprise Centre with over 25 years experience of enterprise and education both in the design and delivery of a wide range of capacity building projects for the public sector. Alison is passionate and focused on innovative and practical client led enterprise development projects. She is the author of the only QCA approved stand alone Project Management Qualification and designer of a number of other enterprise accreditations at level 2, her work was recently commended at The National Leadership Conference. She is a influential player and designer of new initiatives for enterprise delivery at all levels. Alison is committed in building neighbourhoods and as such all the projects she is involved with have a community capacity building underlying theme.
- Institute for Learning
Qualifications and Accreditations
- Certificate in Education Manchester Victoria
- TDLB D 32 & 33
- Certificate in Project Management
- Certificate in supervisory Management
- Certificate in Health & Safety
- Certificate in Risk Assessment
- Certificate in Customer Service
- Certificate in Person Mastery
- Level 4 English Speaking Board
Areas of Specialism:
- Enterprise curriculum design
- Project Management
- Social enterprise development
- Personal Mastery
- Performance Management
- Resource Management
- Managing Change
- Coaching and Mentoring
- 2009 – Continuous development of The Enterprise Centre.
- 2008 – New Stars OMBC Award winner “Innovation in partnership”
- 2007 – First in UK RVQ Project planning with a group of “at risk” secondary students.
- 2005 – Designed First in UK accredited Enterprise Development programme for secondary school.
- 2002 – Commendation of recognition by C.G.L.I for innovation, for the design, delivery and accreditation of Key Skills using the enterprise approach.
- 2000 Managed successful N.T.O. Management and Enterprise projects to develop enterprise in diverse environments. Projects valued £960,000
- 1997 – Designed a learning materials for students with learning difficulties, later sold on by the college to all prisons in North West.