Andrew Caswell

Andrew Robert Caswell BSc ( econ); MEd; MA; MCIPD

London

Tel: +44 (0) 1798813901
E-mail: a.caswell@uwtsd.ac.uk

Andrew Robert Caswell

Lecturing on:

  • Post graduate – MBA programme :  HRM; Managing performance; Dissertation supervision
  • Under Graduate – Management philosophies; HRM; IBS; project supervision

A senior education manager who left in 1995 to join a management consultancy – and then established his own HR consultancy. He has worked with both private and public sector clients on a range of HR activities   (specialising in employee learning and development ) including national retailers and most recently the EU.

He also remains committed to his academic interests; and has continued to lecture and develop materials for a number of UK and international universities. He has extensive experience in the design and delivery of distance learning courses at both Masters’ and professional level. He has travelled widely to both manage and deliver open programmes, and specific tailored courses for corporate clients –including Shell in Nigeria.

He has also worked to supervise and support international students with their Masters’ dissertations.

Current interests also include employee relations; and music – saxophone; and photography and now sketching.

Post Gradate:

MBA – HRM; Managing performance; Managing people; Employee Development; Employee relations

Under Graduate:

IBF ( introduction to Business Functions ); HRM; Management philosophies; Project supervision

EU institutions and processes – in preparation for involvement and contribution to  an EU project designed for  EU HR staff.

He continues to have an interest in EU developments and particularly law / employee relations issues 

AS both a senior academic manger, and then consultant – he has substantial experience in the design and delivery of programmes for both the private and public sector.

He has focussed on senior management development and leadership programmes. In particular he has a 10 year association with the Cabinet Office / National School of Government – during which he has designed and delivered a range of programmes for senior civil servants; and local authority leaders. He was a major contributor to the launch and operation of a National Masters’ programme for senior civil servants.