Andy King is an Apprenticeship Manager at NTU for the School of Art & Design, the School of Art & Humanities and the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies. He has overall responsibility for leading the coordination and development of NTU's degree apprenticeship offer within each school.
Andy's role entails working with representatives from the schools to support them in the development of their degree apprenticeships offering, whilst also engaging with businesses and professional bodies within the creative sector to identify new strategic development opportunities within creative apprenticeships.
Andy has worked in various roles within the youth and education sectors for the past 15 years. He is an experienced education professional who has taught in secondary, further and higher education throughout his career. Most recently he was a member of the senior management team at the Confetti Institution of Creative Technologies, with overall responsibility for their Music and Live Events curriculum area.
During his time at Confetti, Andy oversaw a period of growth in the curriculum area and was responsible for the development of a number of Foundation and Honours degree programmes, as well as leading on the development of two strategic collaborative partnerships. His main areas of expertise are around vocational curriculum design, teaching, learning and assessment methods.