Huang Yahui is the co-chairman of the China-UK Vocational Education Cooperation and Development Committee, president of Studybanks, and president of the UK Centre of Excellence for Vocational Education in China. He is responsible for the operation of the CEBVEC project in China.
Huang Yahui graduated from Southwest Petroleum University and previously worked for China National Petroleum Corporation and China National Offshore Oil Corporation.
Wu Zhangcheng is the Executive Assistant of the Centre of Excellence for British Vocational Education in China (CEBVEC) and deputy secretary-general of the China-UK Vocational Education Cooperation and Development Committee (CUKVECDC). He is responsible for liaising with CEBVEC partnerships. Mr Wu supports helping Chinese and British universities to carry out professional construction, international teacher training, international student training and other projects. At the same time, he strives for NPTC Group of Colleges to establish overseas branch schools in China. He is also responsible for the technical operation of the CEBVEC China office website.
Mr Wu has worked for China’s state security department and Qihoo 360, a well-known Chinese software company. Experience in business and e-commerce, higher education, vocational education and other industries, data security, software development, enterprise management, international cross-cultural communication, and education.
Wu Zhangcheng has graduated with a Bachelor of Information management and information system from the University of International Business and Economics, China and an MSc in International Business Management from the University of Sunderland, UK.
Lin Junquan is the project management director of Centre of Excellence for British Vocational Education in China. Lin has taught in the School of Business Administration of China University of Petroleum for over 10 years, and has vast amount of experience in business management, management consulting, translation, private finance, and other work in several companies.
Lin Junquan has completed an MBA from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK and has also graduated from China University of Petroleum.
Amara’s role focuses on the connection between CEBVEC and collaborative colleges in China, helping both sides operate NPTC Groups teacher training programs and Sino-foreign personnel cultivating programs and providing solutions to meet colleges’ needs and requirements.
She is responsible for the NPTC Group / Geoff Petty Evidence-Based Teaching online programme planning and promotion and operation of the learners’ study group to ensure the high quality of the program.
Amara hold’s a Master’s Degree in Journalism and Communication. She worked in the New South Wales Department of Education in Sydney for two years and has experience in intercultural communication and education.