Philip Le Feuvre
Philip is NCFE’s Chief Strategy Officer, responsible for group-wide strategy and the organisation’s transformation. He has responsibility for the IT and Software, Innovation, Investment; Policy and Insight; Communications and Marketing; and PMO teams.
Philip has worked across all levels of the education, employment and skills systems, in the UK, Australia and South East Asia. The businesses and programmes he has established have developed national qualifications and training content, created pathways for school leavers into work and helped people upskill and transition later in their careers both in the UK and internationally.
Philip began his career as a teacher, working in several schools in Hackney as part of the Teach First programme. He then moved into PwC’s strategy team where he worked on a suite of major reform programmes for central government. These included the development of higher-level apprenticeship pathways, and the design and operation of an education and training fund supporting small and medium sized employers access to training.
Philip spent five years in Australia, working with clients across the schools, further education, higher education and employment sectors. His work in Australia included an independent review of the quality of tertiary education across the State of Victoria, and several projects with Higher Education Institutions reviewing their strategic engagement with industry and government. Philip has also worked with the Australian Commonwealth Government, establishing and operating a major, multi-year, programme to review and develop national qualifications and training content, and designing and setting up career pathway programmes for school leavers and older workers.
Outside of work Philip has volunteered as a mentor for trainee teachers and as a school governor at two schools in North East London.