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PRESS RELEASE, Harrow:
We’re pleased to announce that Professor Daniel Khan, awardee of the Queen’s OBE and previously Chief Executive of St. Patricks International College in London will be joining the Nisai Group as the Chief Executive of the Nisai Skills Academy.
Daniel is an experienced educationalist who will be able to transform the Nisai Skills Academy into a key asset to the High and Adult Learning sector. In addition to St Patrick’s College, Daniel served as a Principal at the Grimsby Institute of Further and High Education for 9 years, a Governor at Sheffield Hallam University and as an elected Councillor and Cabinet Holder for North East Lincolnshire council. In 2007, Daniel was awarded the Queen’s OBE in recognised of his contribution to education in the UK and the Outstanding Star Award by the UK Government the following year.
Having just completed a term on the Association of Managers in Education Board, Daniel has said of this new venture: "I am excited to join the Nisai group to develop the Skills Academy; this is a real progression route for our existing learners and offers opportunities for new learners including Adult learning, which is a new development for Nisai. We shall offer flexible learning schemes so individuals can access our courses in a cohesive manner taking into account their personal commitments."
With Daniel at its helm, the Nisai Skills Academy will develop a range of programmes on Traineeships and Apprenticeships as progression routes for our existing Nisai Virtual Academy learners and also new learners in the post-16 market. Daniel also plans to expand our range to the adults, offering a range of courses concentrating on employability and skills with the flexibility to plan their study in tandem with existing commitments.
Developments will take place over the upcoming months, so visit the Skills Academy page for more information.
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