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NFEC South West Region

NFEC Regional Representative
John Lockey
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Date of next meeting: Friday 28th February

Venue: New College Durham


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NFEC North East Region


Regional Meeting: Friday 26th April 2019

Venue: Newcastle College Rail Academy


Regional Meeting: Friday 20th April 2018

Venue: Gestamp Tallent Limited, Newton Aycliffe

Programme | Pearson presentation | Kerry Ellis IMechE slides |Bob Watmore Heritage Standard slides | Attendees

Regional Meeting: Friday 17th February 2017

Venue:STEM Centre, Middlesbrough College

Programme | Meeting Notes | Pearson presentation | AQA slides 1 | AQA slides 2 | OCR presentation | EAL presentation | Composites Apprenticeship | NEAA update presentation | Attendees



John is an Electrical and Electronic Engineer with experience in a range of Industrial and Academic roles. Within industry he has worked across a number of sectors including Marine, Electronics and Microelectronics. During his career he has had close involvement with various bodies linked to industrial strategic planning on national and regional skills needs.

Within Further Education he was head of Engineering and Science for North Tyneside College (Tyne Met) and within Higher Education at Newcastle University held the post of Industrial Liaison Manager and Tutor initially for Mechanical and then for the faculty.

John works closely with Industrial partners with regards to student projects, mock interviews, recruitment, and visits. His current role as Student Engagement with Industry Facilitator within the learning and teaching team is to look at initiatives to continue to improve the student’s experience and employability opportunities within Maths, Stats, Physics and Computing.