DMH & Associates Ltd.
Liane Hambly, Senior Associate is a leading trainer in career theory, professional ethics and advanced guidance and coaching practice. She was previously Programme Leader for Guidance Studies at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Huddersfield. She has an excellent reputation for workforce development and designing a range of high impact learning programmes for teachers and career professionals. She is particularly renowned for her inspirational delivery. She has published academic articles and is the author of ‘Let’s Talk Guidance’, a DVD and study guide sold internationally and used by the majority of universities in the UK.
Andrew Manson, Senior Associate has developed pioneer interactive training, education and career resources as an independent new media producer. His work using video case studies to start work-related conversations in the classroom has been widely adopted by schools, colleges and pupil referral units (www.talkingjobs.net). He has also developed particular modules, for instance on pathways to work for young people leaving care and for opportunities in healthcare and agriculture. He has broad experience in producing interactive materials and using new technology at a national level, with projects ranging from human genetics to climate change. Talking Jobs is part of Periscope Projects Ltd.
Graham Attwell, Senior Associate is a researcher and developer in Technology Enhanced Learning. He has a strong track record and international reputation for designing and delivering leading-edge training on the use of ICT and social networking in educational settings. He delivers highly interactive and fun training to support practitioners and managers who wish to build their confidence and experience in using and creating their own online career development resources. See also, Framework Programme (FP 7) Public Employment Services.
Professor Fusun Akkök, Senior Associate has more than 30 years of academic and practical experience in guidance and counselling. She has significant experience in developing a web-based career information system serving all age groups, developing self-assessment tools, education programmes and teacher training. She has specialist knowledge and experience working with the parents of children with special needs. At present, she is the team leader for the Project “Strengthening Special Education in Turkey” on the standardisation of psychological assessments tools. She is also a consultant to the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN) as an international expert and works for international organisations such as the European Training Foundation and the World Bank.
Liz Reece, Senior Associate has an outstanding reputation for her guidance work with individuals and for her work developing careers education programmes with schools and colleges – locally, nationally and internationally. A registered member of the Career Development Institute, Liz has direct experience of the challenges and rewards of developing careers education and guidance programmes having spent 8 years in an international college: in 2013 she won a UK award for innovation and excellence in careers education and her careers department received ‘outstanding’ in two major inspections. Liz trains and mentors staff from around the world, develops resources and contributes to research and advisory groups.