Any educational institution is the sum of its students, graduates and faculty. We wouldn’t be who we are without our colleagues who work hard to bring you the education and support you receive.
Our academics and student supporters have taken the journey you are about to embark upon because we raise and nurture our own talent wherever we can. To guide and support you effectively we need to have experienced your journey ourselves.
Here, we introduce people you are most likely to come into contact with during your studies. However, the reality is there are many of us contributing in valuable ways and we all make up our bigger picture. You’ll meet more of us at CPD events, conferences and guest lectures.
We recognise and thank all the people who contribute to making our college what it is. Because we embrace diversity and equal opportunity seriously, our team represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skill sets.
We believe that the more inclusive we are, the better our work and our results will be.
Our People at a Glance:
- Stuart Cale
Vice-principal and Chair of The Academic Board
- Dr. Alan Greaves
Director of Student Experience
- Carlie Fairbrother
Student Liaison and Research Officer
- Luigi Sciambarella
- Steve Neesam
- David Corr
- Alan Greaves
- Stuart Cale
- Alison Leverett-Morris
Chair of The Ethics Committee
- Prof. Alan Patching
Chief Medical Officer
- Dr. Geoff Ibbotson
Diversity and Equalities Officer
- Zayna Ratty
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“I relish the opportunity to make centre and speak of diversity and equality within my training college, of which I’m proud to be a part. In today's world having visible, meaningful and accessible policies around diversity and equality is a key way to facilitate the profession I love into evolving towards a topography that all practitioners and clients can feel safe and heard within.”
Zayna can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Luigi curates the NCHP Research Catalogue which lies at the root of our evidence-based approach and methods to both teaching and practice. This vital role is perfectly suited to his thirst for knowledge, enquiring mind and meticulous ability to distil, manage and disseminate complex research theory for our students.
Luigi can be reached on email@example.com