the e-Assessment Association

Consultants Directory

LOOKING FOR A CONSULTANT?

ABOUT THIS SERVICE:

The eAA are proud to provide a directory of independent consultants to help you with your e-assessment requirements.

FINDING THE RIGHT CONSULTANT FOR YOU:

Each individual listed below has provided us with a short description of their experience and has highlighted six particular areas of expertise that are listed to the right of their profile.

This web page is a helpful gateway from where you can launch your own research in to finding a consultant that fits well with your organisation and your specific needs. 

Independant Consultants

Consultants:

(listed in no particular order)

GEOFF CHAPMAN

Geoff consults across the assessment sector with a quarter century of international expertise, sharpened by contemporary bids and implementations.

Geoff helps the investment community, service providers, and exam owners to navigate the assessment sector and digitisation challenges.

Geoff holds contemporary qualifications in assessment, education, IT service, project and bid management. A published author on e-Assessment, Geoff has also led, founded, and exited three ed-tech businesses.

Check out Geoff’s insights and approach at geoffchapman.com and on X @chappersman

View Geoff's LinkedIn Profile

Areas of expertise:

  • Management Consultancy
  • Strategy
  • Business Development
  • RFP management
  • Stakeholder Relationship Management
  • New Solution Development

MATT WINGFIELD

With over 30 years’ experience within education as a teacher, working for edtech providers, exam awarding organisations, and as chair of the eAssessment Association, Matt has built-up significant understanding of the issues relating to the use of e-assessment within all sectors of education.

His business development consultancy work focuses on supporting successful and ambitious edtech companies looking to establish or expand their foot print within the UK education market.

He also supports exam awarding organisations and educational institutions looking to procure or further develop their use of e-assessment solutions.

Recent clients include:

  • City of Glasgow College (support for a Ufi funded digital credentialing project);
  • Innovate Awarding (procurement support);
  • NCFE (procurement support);
  • NEBOSH (procurement and deployment strategy support)
  • Qualfolio (Ufi funding proposal and market development strategy support);
  • RM Results (e-assessment product and market strategy development);
  • Sparx (product sales and marketing strategy support);
  • Vocational Training Charitable Trust (product and market strategy development).

View Matt's LinkedIn Profile

Areas of expertise

  • Key market growth strategy
  • Product development strategy
  • Sales and marketing development strategy
  • RFI/RFP/funding bid writing support
  • Procurement and product evaluation
  • Independent project evaluation

GRAHAM HUDSON

Graham has been a member of the assessment community for over 35 years.  He has worked in General Qualifications and been a part of the educational reforms during this period.  He ran the marking of National Tests for QCA for England.  He went on to develop, with colleagues, one of the electronic marking systems now used both in the UK and globally.

He thrives on helping professional organisations, government ministries and development programmes get better outcomes from their examinations and assessments.  Delivering measurable improvements, working to immovable deadlines and supporting strategic change come with his years of practical experience.

He provides specialist skills and knowledge that combine successful implementation of large-scale systems with a practical understanding of the pressures that examination and assessment bodies face daily.  He specialises in helping organisations find the right systems for their needs, drawing upon experience of procurement and tendering at varying scales.

View Graham's LinkedIn Profile

Areas of expertise:

  • e-Assessment Strategy
  • RFI, Tendering and Buying Support
  • Research and Validation
  • Process Improvement
  • Project Implementation
  • Change Management

PAT COATES

Patrick has worked for e-assessment technology and e-learning providers since the late 90’s having worked in various sales and business development roles implementing large e-assessment programmes with a focus on leveraging strategic benefits of technology.

Patrick is now working as an independent consultant working in all aspects of e-assessment supporting UK & US companies with their international strategy and business development activities and providing consultancy to Governments with a focus on the Middle East and Africa.

View Pat's LinkedIn Profile

Areas of expertise

  • International
  • Business Development
  • e-Assessment Strategy
  • Remote Proctoring
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)

HEATHER BARNETT

Heather Barnett is a freelance business-to-business copywriter. She’s written about B2B technology and marketing for over twenty years. Her experience includes four years as head of marketing for a major e-assessment firm. Heather is also a former e-Assessment Association board member.

She loves making complex concepts digestible and — most importantly — entertaining.

She writes award entries, conference speaker submissions, articles, web pages, research reports, case studies, presentations, promotional emails and event invitations.

You get the idea... If you need some words for your e-assessment organisation, Heather can probably help.

View Heather’s LinkedIn profile

Areas of expertise

  • International
  • Business Development
  • e-Assessment Strategy
  • Remote Proctoring
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)

If you are an independent consultant, and would like to be listed on this page, we ask for a short bio, your contact details and areas of expertise in return for a nominal annual fee and 10% of any revenue obtained from the services secured as a result of this on a trust basis.

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The eAA is a not-for-profit organisation, so any funds received will be utilised solely to help support the eAA and improve services to our members. 

Whilst there may be organisations that also provide consulting services, this section of the site is aimed at individual consultants. Listings on this site do not infer our recommendation or promotion.  We have provided a link to each listed consultant's Linked-in profile which will allow you to ascertain the credibility of an individual consultant based on their experience. We cannot confirm the independent status of any consultant and we recommend that you ask them directly whether they have any commercial or other links with any potential providers of e-assessment services.