Dr. Peter Morgan - Trainer, Berater
Dr Peter Morgan is Faculty Development Co-ordinator and Senior Lecturer at the University of Bradford School of Management, one of the top ranked business schools in Europe and the UK (source: FT rankings for various MSc and MBA programmes). Peter completed both his first degree in Business Studies and his PhD in Occupational Psychology at the School and has been teaching at the school since 1996. He has been involved with delivering education and training to Unilever, ICL, Coca Cola, the BBC and IT specialists working in the NHS, as well as staff training for the University of Bradford, for Law educators and other academics nationally.
For the University, Peter has chaired various committees, has recently been a member of a senate sub-committee and is on the university working group for skills development recording. At school level, Peter is a member of the School Board, and is on the School’s HR and Marketing and Resources Committees. At national level, Peter is on the Programmes Committee for the Association of Business Schools, is a key contact and member of steering group for the Internationalisation Special Interest Group for the Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance subject group (BMAF). He is a reviewer for the Higher Education Academy’s national conference, has received nominations from the University as a National Teaching Fellow and has received an “Outstanding Reviewer” award from the international Academy of Management based in the US. He consistently and regularly receives ratings deemed “excellent” for his teaching.
Finally, Peter has presented at conferences in both the UK and Asia and has taught in Malaysia, Dubai, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Israel and a number of times in China. Peter has a PGCE (Higher Education), an MEd. (Distinction) and has taught English as a Foreign Language. He is currently engaged in a project following a number of Chinese Masters students studying across the UK, the aim of which is to enhance the experience of Chinese students in UK universities. Peter has previously been involved in national projects examining feedback and assessment and is currently linked to projects looking at personal development and institutional feedback policy.