Prue Huddleston is Emeritus Professor and formerly Director of the Centre for Education and Industry at the University of Warwick. Her research interests include: vocational education and training, vocational qualifications and work-related learning; she has published widely on vocational learning and applied pedagogy. Before joining the University she was a teacher and manager within the FE sector and worked on community and outreach programmes. She is a member of AQA Research Committee; OCR Qualifications Committee; City and Guilds Quality and Standards Committee; Ofqual Standards Advisory Group and an Editorial Board member of the Journal of Vocational Education and Training. She is a governor at Birmingham Metropolitan College. Recent publications include:
Mann, A., Huddleston, P. and Kashefpakdel. E. (eds) (2019) Essays on Employer Engagement in Education. Abingdon: Routledge.
Huddleston. P. and Laczik, A. (2018) ‘In the driving seat’, or reluctant passengers? Employer engagement in qualifications development: some evidence from two recent 14–19 qualification reforms in England in Journal of Education and Work. Vol.31 (3) pp 262-276.
Mann, A. and Huddleston, P. (2017) Schools and the twenty-first century labour market perspectives on structural change in British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Vol. 45(2) pp 208-218.