Our Staff Members

Sarah Cox                                                                                                                                Strategic Manager- ESOL for Work Project

Sarah has over 15 years experience in designing and delivering vocationally specific English Language Courses, both in Scotland and Japan. Sarah designed and launched the ESOL for Work Project in 2006 and has been with Glasgow ESOL Forum since that time. She has CELTA, DELTA and TQFE qualifications and has completed the PDA TESOL Literacies. Sarah is an SQA Assessor, an Internal Verifier and is the SQA Coordinator

Jo Jarvis                                                                                                                   Strategic Manager -  Volunteer Tutor Project

Jo is TESOL qualified, including PDA in TESOL Literacies and has experience in teaching ESOL in the college and community sector. She has a PGC Community Education and has 14 years of experience in supporting and managing volunteers in a variety of roles, including teaching ESOL to vulnerable adults.

Sandra McCumisky                                                                                                        D Development Worker - ESOL for Work Project

As well as a degree in English and Psychology, Sandra has PGCE, ESOL, Literacies and Assessor qualifications. Sandra has experience of devising learning programmes and teaching in colleges, workplace, training, voluntary and community organisations in Lanarkshire and Glasgow. She is also an SQA Assessor and Internal Verifier.

Fergus Andrew
Development Worker- Volunteer Tutor Project 

Fergus has taught English for over five years in several countries, including: Spain, Mexico, Ecuador and Turkey. He has a degree in English language and a master's in TESOL. Having completed the CELTA course in Spain, he is currently working towards completion of the DELTA. 

Aimee Skelton 
Development Worker- Volunteer Tutor Project 

Aimee is CELTA trained and has a degree in English literature with creative writing. She has worked with asylum seekers and refugees for over 4 years, including teaching English and coordinating educational activities at a refugee camp in Greece. 

Dinushriya Spybey
Development Worker- Volunteer Tutor Project 

Dinushriya has over 10 years of experience teaching ESOL in and around Glasgow in both college and community sectors. She also has experience of working with and managing volunteers in various roles. She has a Joint Honours degree in French and Psychology and is CELTA trained. She is also a sessional tutor with the ESOL for Work project.

Gerry Fox
Digital ESOL Development Co-ordinator

As well as having a degree in Photography and Television and a Masters in Photojournalism, Gerry completed a PGCE in post-school education whilst working in a college. Gerry has over 10 years teaching experience, including teaching ESOL in Japan, Malaysia and online.

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