Melanie Morrell has 20 years of experience within the creative sector of education, consisting of teaching, coordinated and running programmes with schools and FE/HE institutions. MM passion is Fine Art and she graduated with an MA in 2004.
MM’s creative passion has given her the skills and knowledge to build SWAW Ltd into a successful Training Provider, which facilitates pre- and post- 16 learners. The facility is accessed by a variety of academies’ and external institutions. Over the last six years MM has been the manager of SWAW and became a director in 2016. More recently MM then became a director in the following year for Aspire2live CIC.MM enjoys the drive of liaising with external institutions, creating partnerships and service level agreements and contracts.
MM’s background has enabled her to write Quality Improvement Plans; Senior Annual Reviews; Annual Course Reviews; plan curriculums; manage the company’s academic and staffing structure; coordinate staff appraisals and CPD; quality assure; service agreements; contracts; funding models and managing the company’s budget and accounts. MM tenacity for research has provided knowledge relating to government polices including JCQ, GDPR and preventing and safeguarding.
MM is a highly motivated person who enjoys working with a wide range of people in a variety of roles. MM has voluntarily work with; the BBC, Water Aid, homeless charities within Plymouth and she is currently working with a small elderly association. All of these experiences have given MM an understanding of the social mobility needs within the region.