Alison Fuller

Alison Fuller is Pro-Director (Research and Development) at UCL Institute of Education and Professor of Vocational Education and Work. She has been researching and publishing in the field of workplace learning, education – work transitions, apprenticeship, vocational education and training (VET), for over 25 years. Alison is a project leader in the ESRC Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies (LLAKES) researching employee-driven innovation in the healthcare sector and is also currently undertaking comparative international research for Cedefop on adult apprentices. Alison is frequently called on to provide policy advice and to present evidence to government enquiries on vocational education and training. She is a member of the UK’s All Parliamentary Skills Commission and a member of the SEMTA (The Science, Engineering, and Manufacturing Technologies Alliance) Board of Trustees.