He has been involved in UK Government’s reform of apprenticeships and technical education as well as developing several Trailblazer apprenticeship standards including degree apprenticeships. This is now resulted in NOCN introducing degree apprenticeships to other parts of the World.
In addition, he has a wealth of management and management development training experience which he has used to lead several organisations through periods of major challenging change. This has been aimed at increasing productivity in both the workforce and management.
He joined NOCN as Managing Director at the beginning of 2011 and is now Chief Executive of the Group. Prior to that Graham worked on management development, workforce training, employment and skills development in industry, government and also on employment and skills programme for the construction of the London Olympics. He has also worked in government on skills and apprenticeship policy and programmes.
Graham is the President of the British Association of Construction Heads (BACH) and Chair of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) Construction Sector Forum.
His work on developing the skills of adults and young people includes time in India, Middle-East, Southern Africa and ASEAN as well as parts of Europe.
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NOCN working to get more young people into construction
News | Published September 21st 2021, 3:52 pm
NOCN Group is working to get more young people interested in the construction industry through the Construction Plant Competence Scheme, the leading skills certification scheme for plant within the UK construction industry.Read more →
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