Jeremy Peach

Director Work Based Learning

Jeremy has worked within Higher education for over 16 years as a Senior Lecturer and currently works within the Centre for Work Related Studies, Work Based learning where he leads the design, validation and approval of undergraduate Work Based Learning (WBL) modules and student work placements for all full time level 5 students (circa 1600) at the university.

Qualifications

  • MA (Distinction) Education
  • MSc Human Resource Management
  • Postgraduate Certificate (Distinction) in Teaching and Learning within Higher Education
  • Myers Briggs accredited practitioner

Overview

Expertise

  • Organisational Behaviour, Organisational Development and Transformation, HRM, HRD, Leadership and Management

Current Work

  • Director Work Based Learning
  • Member of the Faculty Management Group
  • Member of the Faculty Board of Studies
  • Member of the University Academic Misconduct panel
  • External Examiner at De Montfort University (Faculty of Business and Law) and the University of Sunderland (Business School)
  • Regular member of University validation panels

Background

  • Academic Head of Department at Nottingham Trent University
  • Senior Lecturer Organisational Behaviour at Nottingham Trent University
  • HRM practitioner in the Public sector
  • Organisational Development Manager for British Coal Corporation

Memberships

  • Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • WBL Programme
  • WBIS Programme

Postgraduate

  • WBIS Programme, including MBA
  • Specialising in HRM, HRD, Leadership, Managing Change, Teamwork, the Organisational Business Environment and Strategy, Partnership working and Action Learning

Research

  • Supervision within the ‘caring professions’
  • Written Feedback and Deep Approaches to learning
  • E- Learning

Published work

Written a range of workbooks relating to Organisational Behaviour and Management such as Managing Change, Managing Information, Managing Performance, Problem Solving and Decision Making and Motivation