Andy Galloway is an associate consultant with Universal Learning Systems, with specialism in research, education, training and project management. With an HR and Change Management background, Andy is a PRINCE II registered practitioner, and experienced project manager.
Andy is an Associate Lecturer in the Open University Business School tutoring undergraduates in Business Strategy, Change Management and Leadership. He lectures with South West College providing coaching and mentoring in employability and personal development, specifically with young people who are long-term unemployed. He has developed and delivered vocational training from 1989, and has significant experience in multi agency and cross community initiatives and change projects. He has co-written a number of change intervention programmes, training needs analysis and course evaluation. He is experienced in facilitating e-learning and a range of academic and vocational methods of continuous and summative assessment.
Andy is an accomplished facilitator with significant experience of working with young people. He has facilitated training interventions with statutory agencies, local government and community representatives across the entire political spectrum, and well as carrying out community consultation. He is currently contracted to facilitate the building of a ‘Hate Crime Forum’ in the South West of Northern Ireland which is representative of the minority groups residing in those communities.
Andy continues to be contracted to deliver training to the Northern Ireland Public Sector and has contributed to several re-writes of equality and diversity content to provide bespoke training for specialist Government departments.