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Appendix 2: List of witnesses

Evidence is published online at https://www.parliament.uk/higher-further-education-vocational-lords-inquiry/ and available for inspection at the Parliamentary Archives (020 7219 3074).

Evidence received by the Committee is listed below in chronological order of oral evidence session and in alphabetical order. Those witnesses marked with ** gave both oral and written evidence. Those marked with * gave oral evidence and did not submit any written evidence. All other witnesses submitted written evidence only.

Oral evidence in chronological order

*

The Rt Hon the Lord Adonis

QQ 1–13

*

Paul Johnson, Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies

QQ 1–13

**

The Rt Hon the Lord Willetts

QQ 1–13

*

Martin Lewis OBE, Executive Chair, MoneySavingExpert.com

QQ 14–21

*

Shakira Martin, President, National Union of Students

QQ 14–21

*

Hannah Morrish, Student Choice and Higher Education Lead, The Student Room

QQ 14–21

*

Dr Gavan Conlon, Partner, London Economics

QQ 22–30

*

Dr Andrew McGettigan, Freelance Writer and Researcher on Higher Education Policy

QQ 22–30

*

Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Glasgow

QQ 31–40

*

Professor Edward Byrne, President and Principal, King’s College London

QQ 31–40

*

Dr Simon Marginson, Director of The Centre for Higher Education, University College London

QQ 31–40

*

Professor Madeleine Atkins, Chief Executive, Higher Education Funding Council for England

QQ 41–48

*

Dr Philippa Lloyd, Director General of Higher and Further Education, Department for Education

QQ 41–48

*

James Bowler, Director General, Public Spending, HM Treasury

QQ 49–53

*

Charles Roxburgh, Second Permanent Secretary, HM Treasury

QQ 49–53

*

Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice Chancellor, Buckingham University

QQ 54–62

*

Professor Patrick Bailey, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, London South Bank University

QQ 54–62

*

Pam Tatlow, Chief Executive, MillionPlus

QQ 54–62

*

Professor Mike Thomas, Vice-Chancellor, University of Central Lancashire

QQ 63–69

*

Professor David Latchman CBE, Master, Birkbeck University

QQ 63–69

*

Peter Horrocks CBE, Vice Chancellor, Open University

QQ 63–69

*

Professor Julia Buckingham, Vice-Chancellor and President, Brunel University London

QQ 70–80

*

Professor Graham Virgo QC, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Cambridge University

QQ 70–80

*

Professor James Stirling CBE, Provost, Imperial College London

QQ 70–80

*

Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice Chancellor, Sheffield University

QQ 70–80

**

Lord Baker of Dorking

QQ 81–97

*

Professor Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education, Cambridge University

QQ 81–97

*

Baroness Wolf of Dulwich

QQ 81–97

*

Dr Robert Hancké, Associate Professor, London School of Economics

QQ 98–104

*

Professor Ellen Hazelkorn, Professor Emeritus and Director, Higher Education Policy Unit, Dublin Institute of Technology and Education Policy Consultant, BH Associates

QQ 98–104

*

Nigel Whitehead CBE, Chief Technology Officer, BAE Systems

QQ 105–110

*

Martin Donelan, Regional HR-UK, Rolls-Royce

QQ 105–110

*

Martin Hottass, UK Skills Partner, Siemens

QQ 105–110

*

Matthew Houlihan, Director, Government and Corporate Affairs, Cisco UK and Ireland

QQ 111–119

*

Séamus Nevin, Head of Employment and Skills, Institute of Directors

QQ 111–119

*

Anna Purchas, Head of People, KPMG

QQ 120–125

*

Russ Shaw, Founder, Tech London Advocates

QQ 111–119

*

Giles Derrington, Head of Policy for European Exit, techUK

QQ 120–125

*

Julian Gravatt, Assistant CEO, Association of Colleges

QQ 126–133

*

Richard Atkins CBE, Further Education Commissioner, Department for Education

QQ 126–133

*

Alun Francis, Principal and Chief Executive, Oldham College

QQ 126–133

*

Eileen Milner, Chief Executive and Accounting Officer, Education and Skills Funding Agency

QQ 134–139

*

Peter Mucklow, Director, Intervention and Young People’s Funding Group, Education and Skills Funding Agency

QQ 134–139

*

Sue Husband, Director, National Apprenticeship Service

QQ 134–139

**

Professor Alison Fuller, Pro-Director, Research and Development, UCL Institute of Education

QQ 140–145

*

Antony Jenkins, Chair, Institute for Apprenticeships

QQ 140–145

*

Dr Hilary Steedman, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics

QQ 140–145

*

Stephen Evans, Chief Executive, Learning and Work Institute

QQ 146–153

**

Professor Ewart Keep, Director, Oxford University, Centre on Skills Knowledge and Organisational Performance

QQ 146–153

**

Professor Sir Alan Tuckett, Professor of Education, University of Wolverhampton

QQ 146–153

*

Sam Gyimah MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation

QQ 154–176

*

The Rt Hon Anne Milton MP, Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills

QQ 154–176

Alphabetical list of all witnesses

Access to Music

HFV0025

*

The Rt Hon the Lord Adonis (QQ 1–13)

Dr Samir Alamad

Association of Colleges

HFV0070 HFV0118

Association of Employment and Learning Providers

HFV0033

Aston University

HFV0099

*

Professor Madeleine Atkins, Chief Executive, Higher Education Funding Council for England (QQ 41–48)

*

Richard Atkins CBE, Further Education Commissioner, Department for Education (QQ 126–133)

*

Professor Patrick Bailey, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, London South Bank University (QQ 54–62)

**

Lord Baker of Dorking (QQ 81–97)

HFV0094

Birkbeck, University of London

HFV0018 HFV0093

*

James Bowler, Director General, Public Spending, HM Treasury (QQ 49–53)

Bright Blue

HFV0095

Samuel Brook

HFV0091

*

Professor Julia Buckingham, Vice-Chancellor and President, Brunel University London (QQ 70–80)

*

Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice Chancellor, Sheffield University (QQ 70–80)

*

Professor Edward Byrne, President and Principal, King’s College London (QQ 31–40)

HFV0073

Professor Claire Callender

HFV0113

CareersNearHear.com

HFV0016

Central YMCA

HFV0075

Chartered Management Institute

HFV0074

Arnaud Chevalier

HFV0035

Church of England Education Office

HFV0047

City & Guilds Group

HFV0027

City of London Corporation

HFV0024

Estelle Clarke

HFV0090

Confederation of British Industry

HFV0089

Destination for Education

HFV0092

*

Dr Gavan Conlon, Partner, London Economics (QQ 22–30)

Council of Deans of Health

HFV0112

Department for Education

HFV0086 HFV0100 HFV0107 HFV0121 HFV0122

*

Giles Derrington, Head of Policy: Brexit, International and Economics, techUK (QQ 111–119)

*

Martin Donelan, Regional HR-UK, Rolls-Royce (QQ 105–110)

Education for Engineering

HFV0053

Education Policy Institute

HFV0048

EEF, the Manufacturers Organisation

HFV0065

Tarek El Diwany and Badr Al-Hasan

HFV0105

Employment Related Services Association (ERSA)

HFV0055

Energy and Utility Skills

HFV0046

Eurostat

HFV0104

*

Stephen Evans, Chief Executive, Learning and Work Institute (QQ 146–153)

Exposure Organisation Limited

HFV0005

Federation of Awarding Bodies

HFV0034

*

Alun Francis, Principal and Chief Executive, Oldham College (QQ 126–132)

Further Education Trust for Leadership (FETL)

HFV0026

**

Professor Alison Fuller, Pro-Director, Research and Development, UCL Institute of Education (QQ 140–145)

*

Professor Alison Fuller and Lorna Unwin

HFV0061

Colin Gamble

HFV0002

Gateshead College

HFV0078

*

Julian Gravatt, Assistant CEO, Association of Colleges (QQ 126–133)

Professor Francis Green

HFV0013

GuildHE

HFV0063

*

Sam Gyimah MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation (QQ 154–176)

*

Dr Robert Hancké, Associate Professor, London School of Economics (QQ 98–104)

Dr Liam Hardy

HFV0007

Dr Linda Hastie

HFV0008

*

Professor Ellen Hazelkorn, Professor Emeritus and Director, Higher Education Policy Unit, Dublin Institute of Technology and Education Policy Consultant, BH Associates (QQ 98–104)

Ian Herbert

HFV0056

*

Peter Horrocks CBE, Vice Chancellor, Open University (QQ 63–69)

*

Martin Hottass, UK Skills Partner, Siemens (QQ 105–110)

*

Matthew Houlihan, Director, Government and Corporate Affairs, Cisco UK and Ireland (QQ 111–119)

*

Sue Husband, Director, National Apprenticeship Service (QQ 134–139)

Institute for Apprenticeships

HFV0039

Institutes for Adult Learning

HFV0087

Intergenerational Foundation

HFV0049

*

Antony Jenkins, Chair, Institute for Apprenticeships (QQ 140–145)

Jisc

HFV0072

*

Paul Johnson, Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies (QQ 1–13)

Dr Steven Jones

HFV0042

**

Professor Ewart Keep, Director, Oxford University, Centre on Skills Knowledge and Organisational Performance (QQ 146–153)

HFV0102

*

Professor David Latchman CBE, Master, Birkbeck University (QQ 63–69)

Learning and Work Institute

HFV0101

*

Martin Lewis OBE, Executive Chair, MoneySavingExpert.com (QQ 14–21)

Dr Paul Lewis

HFV0028

*

Dr Philippa Lloyd, Director General of Higher and Further Education, Department for Education (QQ 41–48)

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

HFV0037

London Councils

HFV0022

London South Bank University

HFV0014

Manchester Metropolitan University

HFV0068

*

Dr Simon Marginson, Director of The Centre for Higher Education, University College London (QQ 31–40)

*

Shakira Martin, President, National Union of Students (QQ 14–21)

*

Dr Andrew McGettigan, Freelance Writer and Researcher on Higher Education Policy (QQ 22–30)

Professor Sandra McNally

HFV0067

Middlesex University

HFV0066

Bethan Miller

HFV0010

MillionPlus

HFV0036

*

Eileen Milner, Chief Executive and Accounting Officer, Education and Skills Funding Agency (QQ 134–139)

*

The Rt Hon Anne Milton MP, Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills (QQ 154–176)

*

Hannah Morrish, Student Choice and Higher Education Lead, The Student Room (QQ 14–21)

Movement to Work

HFV0071

*

Peter Mucklow, Director, Intervention and Young People’s Funding Group, Education and Skills Funding Agency (QQ 134–139)

*

Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Glasgow (QQ 31–40)

National Education Union

HFV0043

National Union of Students

HFV0050

NCFE

HFV0017

*

Séamus Nevin, Head of Employment and Skills, Institute of Directors (QQ 111–119)

NHS Employers

HFV0109

Nottingham Trent University

HFV0079

OCR

HFV0057

OECD

HFV0117

Office for National Statistics

HFV0103

Ofsted

HFV0052

Krutik Patel

HFV0058

Policy Connect

HFV0076

Post-Crash Economics Society

HFV0081

*

Anna Purchas, Head of People, KPMG (QQ 120–125)

*

Charles Roxburgh, Second Permanent Secretary, HM Treasury (QQ 49–53)

Royal College of Nursing

HFV0110

Royal Society of Biology

HFV0032

Tom Schuller, Alan Tuckett and Tom Wilson

HFV0023

*

Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice Chancellor, Buckingham University (QQ 54–62)

*

Russ Shaw, Founder, Tech London Advocates (QQ 11–119)

*

Dr Hilary Steedman, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics (QQ 140–145)

Step Up To Serve

HFV0031

*

Professor James Stirling CBE, Provost, Imperial College London (QQ 70–80)

*

Pam Tatlow, Chief Executive, MillionPlus (QQ 54–62)

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM)

HFV0064

The Open University

HFV0059

The Russell Group

HFV0041

The Society for the Environment

HFV0051

The Sutton Trust

HFV0054

*

Professor Mike Thomas, Vice-Chancellor, University of Central Lancashire (QQ 63–69)

Truro and Penwith College

HFV0084

TUC

HFV0082

**

Professor Sir Alan Tuckett OBE, Professor of Education, University of Wolverhampton (QQ 146–153)

HFV0108

UCL

HFV0077

Ulster University

HFV0045

UNISON

HFV0060 HFV0111

Universities UK

HFV0029

University Alliance

HFV0080

University of Cambridge

HFV0040

University of Central Lancashire

HFV0038

HFV0098

University of Derby

HFV0044

University of Manchester Students’ Union

HFV0069

University of Portsmouth

HFV0085

University of Surrey Students’ Union

HFV0021

*

Professor Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education, Cambridge University (QQ 81–97)

*

Professor Graham Virgo QC, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Cambridge University (QQ 70–80)

Warwickshire College Group

HFV0097

*

Nigel Whitehead CBE, Chief Technology Officer, BAE Systems (QQ 105–110)

**

The Rt Hon the Lord Willetts (QQ 1–13)

HFV0088

*

Baroness Wolf of Dulwich (QQ 81–97)

Hayley Wood

HFV0009

Young Enterprise

HFV0083

Young Women’s Trust

HFV0020





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