A retired senior professional with over forty years’ experience in the Education & Training arena, Henry’s last role was as Head of Education & Employability and member of the senior management team at the English Football League Trust. Henry now holds non-exec roles as a college governor, and as chair of ASQ awarding body where he was previously a member of the board.
Henry has held a number of senior management positions, as the Learning & Skills Council’s director of learning in the Black Country, the Skills Funding Agency’s lead on FE, Quality, and ESF in the West Midlands, and as a further education college deputy principal.
ASQ Board must appoint a chair who shall be responsible for the leadership of the Board.
The ASQ chair has an important role in leading the Board and establishing an environment that enables the Board to achieve its potential and secure the long term success of the organisation.
As part of this leadership role, ASQ chair will:
The roles of chair and chief executive shall not be exercised by the same individual and the division shall be established in writing and agreed by the Board.