Amy has spent the majority of her career working within the apprenticeship sector, predominantly with Higher and Degree apprenticeships. Amy initially worked for the National Apprenticeship Service, part of the ESFA, before moving into Higher Education. Amy has supported various companies across England advising of Apprenticeship Funding guidance and assisting the employment and upskilling of apprentices.
Amy holds a passion for Health and Wellbeing and completed her BSc Food and Human Nutrition Degree in 2017, during her studies she worked for the NHS within a community dietetic department and in Secondary Education promoting health and wellbeing in schools.
Amy joined the University of Suffolk in Summer 2020 as a Skills Coach for the Health apprenticeship programmes within the Business Engagement and Entrepreneurship team at IWIC. She works closely with academic departments and employers to coach, monitor and develop the apprentices and the Higher and Degree Apprenticeships. Amy joined during COVID-19 and has successfully carried out apprenticeship tripartite reviews for Health apprentices through various digital platforms to ensure the student experience is maintained and support is available throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.