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Greg Clewley

Greg Clewley (Director)

Greg came to CIL from a background in humanitarian assistance and emergency management both in the public and non-governmental sectors. He is a skilled communicator, trainer, assessor and facilitator with extensive experience in working with a wide range of people and has particular empathy with Pacific Peoples and recent migrants to New Zealand. With a Masters in International Relations, Greg also provides CIL with expertise in research and has provided these skills to recent CIL research in the Public Health area.

Greg is a Director of CIL and CIL's operations manager with key responsibilities for all assessment projects.

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Michelle Hoskin (Director)

Prior to joining CIL in 2004 Michelle worked in leadership roles for over 20 years in the public and private sector. Formal qualifications include NZ Diploma in Business 1997, Master of Business Administration 2002, National Diploma in Adult Education and Training L6 2006. Michelle is an Associate and a Director of CIL and has expertise in holistic and competency-based assessment, assessment design, consistency management, project and operations management. She is passionate about working with clients to implement innovative solutions for workplace learning and assessment. She also enjoys encouraging individuals to pursue their professional and personal goals.

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Melita Farley

Melita Farley

Melita Farley lives, works and plays in Whanganui, New Zealand. She is lucky enough to spend most of her work time doing the thing she is most passionate about: helping people work and learn in new ways.  This includes facilitating learning, creating better learning experiences and resources, supporting better technology use, and helping produce educational films and podcasts. She has a keen research interest in how we can use web and mobile technologies to facilitate learning.

Melita has a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Political Science, and a Graduate Diploma in Psychology.  She is also a licensed Lego Serious Play Facilitator and an adjunct lecturer for a number of programmes focused on developing and facilitating online courses.

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Eth Lloyd

Eth has worked in administrative roles for over 30 years in both New Zealand and overseas. She has combined that work knowledge and experience with training as a workplace assessor, a Masters in Education from Victoria University, and a strong belief in the value of qualifications for administrative staff. Eth has held the role of National President of the Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand Inc (AAPNZ Inc), is a Director of AAPNZ PD Ltd, and a member of their Professional Development sub-Committee (PDSC). In her roles with AAPNZ Inc the development of Certification for administrative staff as part of developing a benchmark for recognition of their skills and capabilities has been a main focus. The formal learning component of the criteria for AAPNZ Certification is a nationally recognised qualification at Level 5 or above. The specialised combination of skills, experience and knowledge Eth has gives her the expertise to work with administrative professionals focussing on their own professional development.

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Gill Paton

Gill has experience in training, assessment and quality assurance in various disciplines including mining, health and safety, customer service and business. She has extensive experience in innovative approaches to skills mapping, training design and assessment design. A skilled facilitator, Gill is proficient in working with stakeholders who have multiple agendas, usually involving large project management capabilities. She is a practical thinker who is able to come up with workable strategies for complex situations, and is experienced in formal audit and external evaluation and review in a range of contexts. Her strengths include the ability to digest, translate and effectively communicate training concepts throughout all tiers of an organisation to ensure that the key messages are clear and understood by all.

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Ginny Radford

Ginny Radford

Ginny brings to CIL extensive experience in the private sector.  She was Director and Executive Chairman of long-standing family retail business for some 10 years;  currently Managing Director of small company consulting in education and governance areas.  She also led the World Girl Guiding organisation (a volunteer role) for 3 years, and was an international director of AFS Intercultural Programmes whose focus is intercultural learning. She worked for Fletcher Challenge Ltd in roles including Communications Manager during the FCL break-up;  HR and Communications Director for Fletcher Challenge Forests. A trained secondary teacher, Ginny has an MBA from Otago University as well as a background in adult teaching in not-for-profit organisations.

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Jack Doherty

GJack has over 30 years of work experience in the adult education systems of New Zealand specializing in staff/tutor training and development. From 1993 -1996 Jack spent 4 years working in the development of the New Zealand Qualifications Framework including communicating the new development to the tertiary education sector of New Zealand as well as competency-based standards and qualification development. He then undertook consultancy work with ITOs especially the Seafood IT and Forestry ITO. This work included workplace assessor training, resource development, moderation management and qualification/standard development.

Jack spent 2002 in a senior management position with the Irish Civil Service and worked with implementation team on the National Qualifications Framework for Ireland.Currently working with a number of the Industry ITOs implementing workplace assessment processes. Jack leads CIL's external assessor training programme.

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Jan Lewis

Jan Lewis

Jan has expertise in change management, monitoring and evaluation, capacity development, mentoring and coaching and quality project work.  She has developed training packages  and policies and procedures for numerous New Zealand and Pacific organisations in policing and health. Jan's qualifications include a Diploma of Nursing, NZQA Adult Education endorsed international and Workplace Assessment including Health and Disability Sector Auditing. She holds a Masters in Quality Systems from Massey University where her thesis reviewed the Bougainville Village Court. She is currently undertaking a qualification in Public Health. Jan was the recipient of a Queen Service Medal for services to Police and Women's Health.

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Jenny Grainger

Jenny Grainger

A skilled assessor, trainer and facilitator, Jenny designs resources, offers training packages and delivers programmes to trainers, assessors and learners alike. Much of her recent work has focused on qualification development, curriculum design and innovative delivery strategies including on line learning. She has recently been involved in the development and delivery of training programmes in Papua New Guinea. In the past Jenny focused on integrated assessment methodologies, particularly within the health sector, which is reflected in her Master of Health Science.

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Jim Matheson

Jim Matheson

Jim is a father and grandfather and lives in Te Horo. He has a background in educational leadership, governance and strategic planning and is currently an education consultant. He was a senior manager in the Ministry of Education for 12 years before spending a year in the Cook Islands developing and implementing a tertiary education strategy. He has recently completed an analytical review of the education system in Kiribati. Current projects include provision of professional development for school boards and a commission to explore how communities can exercise more influence on education quality. He is a board member of Tai Wananga, a Maori secondary school, and a board member of the New Zealand Drug Foundation.

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Karen Cooper

Karen has had a distinguished career in governance, science and management and holds both PhD and MBA qualifications. She currently runs a business consultancy specialising in governance, strategic management, business development, management mentoring and including adult education and skills/training needs analysis. A skilled facilitator and project manager, she brings to CIL specialist skills in qualitative and quantitative research and development including review and evaluation of projects, comparative analysis and benchmarking. She holds an ONZM for services to science and is an Associate Fellow of NZIM.

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Keith Pyne

Keith is a very experienced architectural designer and building project manager working extensively in Education, Residential & Commercial sectors with responsibilities for leading design teams from concept planning to on-site completion of architectural projects. He has high level personnel & business management skills. Keith tutors the National Diploma of Architectural Technology (Level 6) at Southern Institute of Technology (SIT). Delivering and assessing 10 Units standards for the qualification. In 2008 he was trained in professional conversation (by CIL) and appointed by the Department of Building and Housing as a Licensed Building Practitioner assessor for all areas of design. He joined CIL as an assessor in 2009 and based in Invercargill has responsibility for CIL coverage in the southern South Island.

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Lauri Russell

Lauri specialises in development of integrated assessment packages in consultation with industry. She has participated in development of mines, water industry, youth work and hospitality industry integrated packages, and particularly enjoys developing assessment materials that meet the needs of potential candidates and their employers, as well as Industry Training Organisations. She has been involved in other large - scale competency based assessment projects in the public and private sector. Lauri has a BA in Psychology, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business (Training and Development), and brings a pragmatism from varied work and life experiences to her consultancy. She is qualified to deliver formal vocational and learning assessments and profiles.

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Leesa Irving

Leesa brings a range of skills to CIL being learning resource and assessment tool design, training programmes for assessors, qualification linking and moderation services.  Innovative, creative and learner centric, Leesa is first and foremost a qualification embedding specialist.  Her extensive generalist HR background, learning and development experience and commercial business acumen enable her to effectively evaluate how workplaces can achieve nationally recognised qualifications through their everyday business practices. Leesa holds a Bachelors of Hospitality Management (with Distinction), Diploma in Small Business Management, National Certificate in Adult Education, Level 5 and is both a qualified assessor and judge.

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Murray Lewis

Murray has over 40 year's senior policing experience in the New Zealand Police. He has been an Area Commander and Officer in Charge of the Special Tactics Unit with a strong background in criminal investigations. He has worked in monitoring and evaluation, security assessment, numerous reviews, capacity development, family sexual violence training and leadership roles across Melanesia and the south Pacific. Murray is a skilled mentor and coach with qualifications in Contemporary Policing, Business Studies, NZQA Work Place Assessment and Adult Education endorsed International. He is a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Police and Diplomacy.

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Phyllis Laurenson

Phyllis is a trained and experienced primary school teacher who provides CIL with expertise in the areas of numeracy and literacy and assessment resource development. Phyllis is responsible for the development of all of CIL candidate and evidence guides for APCT. She is an expert proof reader and editor.

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Sarah Maclean

A freelance editor and business writer since 2005, I specialise in the use of plain English. My aim is to bring clarity to written information, both as web content and in print. I work with a variety of technical material and research reports. A speciality is editing material in the area of bicultural Maori - Pakeha understanding. I am a registered workplace assessor for levels 1-6 of the NZ Qualifications Framework and I also deliver customised training programmes in business writing. My background is in education and sales. Sarah holds a Diploma of Maori Studies, a Diploma of Adult Teaching and Learning and a BA in Sociology.

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Wendy Dykstra

Wendy has worked for CIL since its establishment and provides CIL with financial management, administrative services and reporting database administration. She also provides similar services for two other entities. She holds a New Zealand Diploma in Business and Certificates in Accounting and Computing. Wendy is CIL's Financial Manager and Project Administrator.

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Wendy Rapana

Wendy has a background in quality assurance management with NZQA and Industry Training Organisations, involving interaction with PTEs and Polytechnics.  Her skill is in the area of monitoring, evaluation and reporting.  Wendy works with government agencies and private organisations, her accreditation scope is extensive and she is able to report credits for many nationally recognised qualifications.  This has been helpful in targeting big organisations who have large numbers of administrative staff like the District Health Boards, and she also delivers workplace assessment to administrators in the public sector and education sector.  The focus is professional development and highlighting AAPNZ as the professional association for administrative professionals and an opportunity to increase the membership as well as increase interest in Certification. Wendy is also the Chair of the Capital & Coast DHB Maori Partnership Board.  She is affiliated to Ngati Ruanui, Nga Ruahine and Ngati Toa Rangatira through her Wi Neera and Robinson whanau. 

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