Nadine was appointed as a Non-Executive Director and member of the Audit Committee of the WorldSkills London Board by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), for the duration of the 3-year project, providing strategic leadership and direction to the executive team, overseeing legal, financial, risk management, operational issues and auditing.
She had a clearly defined remit to ensure this major international skills competition was a great success, promoting best practice and a lasting legacy for apprenticeships and vocational training throughout the world, laying the foundations for The Skills Show and a sea change in the way apprenticeships are now regarded by employers, employees and parents.
Formerly known as the ‘Skills Olympics’, WorldSkills London was the world’s largest international skills competition and education event that set out to positively change attitudes towards learning, particularly with young people.
Held in London, the scale of the event was enormous: 200,000 visitors; 58 countries; 1,000 competitors; 2,000 volunteers and 2,500 delegates; second largest consumer event in 2011; with £17.6m generated from commercial sponsorship.
By invitation, Nadine is on the PwC professional boardroom development programme
This programme ensures that she remains up to date with all the relevant NED issues
including boardroom effectiveness, cyber security, remuneration, audit, pensions, competition policy and risk assessment.
If you would like Nadine to be a Non-Executive Director or Business Advisor for your business or organisation, then please get in contact to discuss this further.
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