Elizabeth Anne Wilson

Professor Elizabeth Wilson Cert Ed, BA, MA, PhD, Chartered FCIPD, FHEA  

Head of the Wales Institute for Work-based Learning

Carmarthen

Tel: +44 (0) 1267 676859
E-mail: e.wilson@tsd.uwtsd.ac.uk

elizabeth wilson

Head of the Wales Insitute for Work-based Learning
Programme Director - Professional Practice Framework
Programme Director - Professional Doctorate

In addition, Liz has academic, staff management and financial oversight for four complex ESF work-based learning projects: LATERAL, Mentoring our Workforce, Elevate Cymru and Safe Workforce: Sustainable Workplace with a total project value £2,509,000 over three years. She sits on a number of Boards within and outside the University including the Pan-Wales Foundation Degree and Work-based Learning Programme Board.

As an active researcher in the field of education and training, Liz has presented papers at national and international conferences. She has published in peer reviewed education journals, and has been an external examiner for Oxford Brookes University and University of Plymouth Colleges. She has been a teacher for the Open University ‘Openings’ programme and the OU Business School for a number of years.

Prof Liz Wilson joined the teaching staff of University of Wales Trinity Saint David from her position as Senior Lecturer in Education Management at Roehampton University. Prior to moving into Higher Education in 2004, she had 20 years’ experience in Further Education as a teacher, and staff and curriculum developer. She spent seven years as member of the senior management team with responsibility for staff and student services for a large FE college where she also chaired the local Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development branch.

Liz is deeply committed to widening access to higher education and is an active adult learner herself, all her HE qualifications have been achieved while working full-time. Liz gained her first degree in English Literature from the Open University, and was awarded an OU Crowther Award scholarship to fund her PhD on post-colonial literatures in English. She has an MA in Creative Writing and is co-author of two successful study skills books for adult learners.

Prof Liz Wilson is a specialist in the field of work-based learning and human resource development and is Professor at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD). She has the strategic role in the University for extending learning opportunities in the workplace and works across Wales with learners in SMEs, Sector Skills Councils, local authorities and multinational companies to accredit their staff development and prior learning. She is the author and Programme Director for the Professional Practice Framework and the Doctorate in Professional Practice (DProf) programmes.

In addition, Liz has academic, staff management and financial oversight for four complex ESF work-based learning projects: LATERAL, Mentoring our Workforce, Elevate Cymru and Safe Workforce: Sustainable Workplace with a total project value £2,509,000 over three years. She sits on a number of Boards within and outside the University including the Pan-Wales Foundation Degree and Work-based Learning Programme Board.

As an active researcher in the field of education and training, Liz has presented papers at national and international conferences. She has published in peer reviewed education journals, and has been an external examiner for Oxford Brookes University and University of Plymouth Colleges. She has been a teacher for the Open University ‘Openings’ programme and the OU Business School for a number of years.

Prof Liz Wilson joined the teaching staff of University of Wales Trinity Saint David from her position as Senior Lecturer in Education Management at Roehampton University. Prior to moving into Higher Education in 2004, she had 20 years’ experience in Further Education as a teacher, and staff and curriculum developer. She spent seven years as member of the senior management team with responsibility for staff and student services for a large FE college where she also chaired the local Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development branch.

Liz is deeply committed to widening access to higher education and is an active adult learner herself, all her HE qualifications have been achieved while working full-time. Liz gained her first degree in English Literature from the Open University, and was awarded an OU Crowther Award scholarship to fund her PhD on post-colonial literatures in English. She has an MA in Creative Writing and is co-author of two successful study skills books for adult learners.