Andrew Campbell - International Development Manager

Andrew is experienced in developing and managing a number of international development projects across sectors including Oil & Gas projects in China, MENA and West Africa.  Working with the college senior management team, Andrew recently developed FVCs first International Strategy and is currently involved in a Capacity Building project in Iraq and West Africa & China

andrew.campbell@forthvalley.ac.uk

Hannah Ritchie - Director of Curriculum (Care, Sport & Construction)

Hannah is a senior manager with 18 years’ experience in Further and Higher Education.  She has a range of experience including learning and teaching, curriculum review and development, quality improvement and management of resources.  Hannah has responsibility for the strategic leads and operational senior management of a large teaching department that includes Health and Social Care, Early Education and Childcare, Social Sciences and Sport and Leisure.  She is also responsible for the strategic direction of cross college fitness service delivery.  As a qualified teacher, Hannah has taught a variety of Health and Social Care subjects throughout her career in Further and higher Education.  Hannah represents Forth Valley College within the china Healthcare Education Consortium UK that delivers educational solutions in China.  Hannah is an Associate Assessor with Education Scotland with 9 years' experience of external and thematic aspect reviews across Scotland.  She is a member of the Stirling Care Village Project Board, representing Forth Valley College's role within the integration of Health & Social Care for the city of Stirling.

hannah.ritchie@forthvalley.ac.uk

Sarah Higgins-Rollo - Curriculum Manager

Over 12 years' experience in Further and Higher Education.  After gaining a BA (Hons) and MSc in Psychology and Health, Sarah started her career as a lecturer at Forth Valley College within the department of Care.  Sarah is now Curriculum Manager for Health and Social Care and leads an academic team and portfolio of care courses.  In addition to curriculum responsibilities, Sarah works with employers for private, public and third sector to shape and develop curriculum and promote commercial opportunities.  Sarah represents FVC on local, national and international forums.  Within NHS Forth Valley Sarah is a member of the Stirling Care Village Project Team.  The SCV will provide an integrated health and social care service for Stirling residents and is the first of its kind in Forth Valley.  Also within Forth Valley, Sarah represents the college on the Support Worker Steering Group which is a workforce development group comprised of NHS FV and local council representatives.  On a national level, Sarah is the Regional lead for Forth Valley in the Care Strategy Steering Group which is a development group facilitated by College Development Network.  As an education manager, Sarah has considerable experience in qualification and curriculum development and has contributed to numerous projects with Skills Development Scotland and the Scottish Qualifications Authority.  Sarah is also an Associate Assessor for Education Scotland.

sarah.higgins@forthvalley.ac.uk

Robin Young - Lecturer

Robin started his career as a Registered Children’s and Mental Health nurse in 1996, and had various roles throughout this time. He became a charge nurse at the sick children’s hospital, in a secure unit for adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues, In care of the older adult and within the Scottish Prison service.   Robin undertook management qualifications and became involved in Education within the NHS, training and developing staff, supporting them through their Scottish Vocational Qualifications in Health and Social Care.

​He pursed his career in education and has been involved in Further Education as a lecturer, Curriculum leader and Curriculum Manager for 20 years.  During this time, he has gained a vast amount of experience within Health and Social care education, and has developed and delivered academic, vocational, distance learning and bespoke qualifications at Further and higher education, from level 4 to level 7.

​His roles have included, developing and delivering new materials, distance learning tutor, writing course team reports, program team review and evaluation, linking with external organisations to produce appropriate courses, liaising with placement providers, responsible of quality insurance both internally and externally, and an extended learning support tutor. He was also seconded a s a learning and teaching advisor/ e-learning co-ordinator, supporting other lecturers in developing programs on Virtual learning environments.

robin.young@forthvalley.ac.uk

Jane Muir - Lecturer

Jane Muir has two nursing qualifications, Adult Nursing and Learning Disability nursing.  She also has a BA Health studies degree and qualifications in counselling from COSCA.  Jane has over 25 years’ experience working initially in NHS clinical health care settings and then managing a variety of social work funded community projects supporting adults with complex physical and cognitive needs.

​Jane moved into education and currently works as a fully qualified lecturer at Forth Valley College. She has extensive experience teaching adults a wide range of care courses from SCQF Level 4-7.   She is an experienced marker and events verifier for the Scottish Qualifications Authority one of the main awarding bodies in Scotland. 

​Jane’s current job role is the research and development of college courses in response to workforce development criteria for Forth Valley NHS and Local Authority.

jane.muir@forthvalley.ac.uk

Lisa Hachemi - International Support Co-ordinator

Lisa has been employed by Forth Valley College for over 20 years and in that time has worked in various departments.  For the last 10 years she has been employed as the International Support Co-ordinator of the college and has responsibility for developing, promoting and delivering a support and welfare service for all international applicants and learners prior to and during and after their studies at Forth Valley College. 

Lisa has responsibility for co-ordinating mobility projects e.g. Erasmus+ and Charles De Gaulle funded projects, which consists of ensuring that the systems and process are in place, that project runs to agreed timescales and to plan, overseeing the activities of the projects as well as maintaining accurate records and within agreed budgets.

lisa.hachemi@forthvalley.ac.uk

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