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Deputy Director of Further Education and Skills, HMI
Paul Joyce is one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors and is the Deputy Director for Further Education & Skills. Paul joined Ofsted in 2005 as HMI having previously worked within the Further Education and Skills sector in both general and specialist further education colleges. Immediately prior to working for Ofsted, Paul was a consultant for the former Department for Education and Skills and worked on national initiatives supporting improvements to teaching and learning and in leadership and management. Paul has significant inspection experience in both the schools and further education & skills remits and prior to being appointed Deputy Director was a Senior HMI with responsibility for the college inspection programme nationally.
National Lead, Public Mental Health, Public Health England
Lily has wide experience at public health policy planning, delivery and implementation gained over 20 years of working in local authorities, Department of Health, NHS and NGO’s. Lily’s achievements at national level and locally in the North West, North East, South of England and London has emphasised action to improve outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and communities.
Independent child protection consultant
Enid is currently Associate Editor (CPD) for Child Abuse Review, a BASPCAN Trustee and Co-chair of BASPCAN’s Education, Learning and Policy Committee. Child protection has been the focus of her work for over 30 years. Her professional background is in social work and included practice in Camden and Nottinghamshire. She held a number of senior national positions in the NSPCC including Director of Training and Consultancy and Head of Strategy Development for Looked After Children. She has contributed to national and international research and policy, given evidence to child abuse inquiries and Select Committees and lead the development of a number of child protection training resources. In 2017 she helped to set up the NSPCC/BASPCAN Child Protection Trainer of the Year Award.
For 40 years BASPCAN has worked at helping challenge the myths and misunderstandings so often associated with the highly emotive area of work that is child protection. Through the sharing of knowledge gleaned from research, findings of enquiries and from examples of best practice, this small inter-professional network grew and today BASPCAN is unique in its position as the only multi-disciplinary professional membership association (with charitable status) of its kind. www.baspcan.org.uk