Tillian supports schools, colleges, Local Authorities, health services and charities on all aspects of project and programme management, particularly those related to the wellbeing of children and young people.
- Value for money
- Robust partnership working
- Short term projects delivered on time and in budget
- Detailed picture delivered within scope of bigger vision
Recent consultancy work
London Borough of Camden (LBC) (Special Educational Needs Service)
- Project manage the design, development, procurement & commissioning of a new, £5m education & social provision for young people (16-25 yrs) with severe & complex needs
London Borough of Camden (LBC) (Commissioning & Partnerships)
- Designed, developed and implemented a range of projects in & out of school settings for young people to reduce the stigma of mental health and encourage early take up of preventative support
- Re-designed and expanded the remit of Camden’s young people’s health website.
LBC – Consultant for Joint Health & Education Commissioning
Strategically commissioned allied therapies for children and young people with complex needs and SEBD, including service design (in consultation with school SLT), market testing and contract award & implementation
Netley Primary School, Camden
Produced copy for the new website to promote the new build of the school and reflect the more dynamic approach of the new Executive Head.
Brinsworth Manor Junior School, Rotherham – Coach
Coached whole school staff to improve results and reinvigorate staff motivation and esteem.
LBC – Early Years Consultant
Consulted with schools on changes to nursery places & collated data for Members
LBC – Consultant for Camden Partnership for Educational Excellence
Developed and implemented a process for monitoring, and evaluating the effectiveness of the programme (grant-giving programme for schools to encourage innovative projects to close the attainment/achievement gap); and developed the internal governance of the CPEE Board.
What people who have worked with us have to say
“Emma was efficient, and turned work around quickly and to specified – often tight – timeframes. Her outputs were of reliably good quality, and she was proactive in seeking feedback from a range of relevant colleagues at different levels of the organisation to refine her work”
“Emma is clearly used to working with variety of stakeholders, and has a very good understanding of the context in which local authorities operate, with specific knowledge about the school landscape and associated policies and practices. This meant that she also added value in meetings and discussions, which went beyond her immediate brief.”
“Emma was quick to pick up the work she was given, and flexible in her approach, e.g. with regards to swapping working days to attend meetings, and picking up additional tasks.”
Emma is a member of the Society of Education Consultants and has signed up to their Code of Practice ensuring quality, reliable service. See their website for more information.