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MIEP - Gemma Bramley - Board Member
  Board Member - Setting the strategic direction
Gemma Bramley MIEP



 

Gemma Bramley MIEP - Education Development Trust

Gemma is Business Improvement Manager at the Education Development Trust responsible for overseeing CPD, training, marketing, communication, PR and social media activity. As a member of the Careers and Employability Leadership Team she contributes to the business improvement strategy, evaluating, monitoring and reporting on performance against key performance indicators and standards of quality across each element of the careers and employability portfolio.

Gemma has extensive experience of post-16 education and work-based learning programmes, supporting learners and organisations in a delivery and managerial capacity to achieve sustainable employment opportunities. For nine years she worked for a local training provider in Sunderland supporting the delivery of Apprenticeship, Entry to Employment and Foundation Learning programmes for young people and adults to aid their progression in education, training and employment. As the Head of Centre, she was the nominee for Ofsted and managed quality and compliance for all aspects of delivery, this included creating the annual SAR and QIP.In 2013 Gemma joined Sunderland Foundation of Light as a Head of Curriculum for World of Work. She managed a range of programmes, aiming to increase employability skills, including study programmes, Durham Works, adult skills-based courses in partnership with JCPs and Premier League Works. During her time with the Foundation she represented provider networks working with local authorities to reduce the number of NEET young people and increase engagement in employability provision for adults.

Gemma is passionate about creating opportunities for people to achieve their full potential and believes good career information, advice and guidance should be at the heart of education, training and employability programmes. 

 

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