Dr Jenifer Moody appointed Non-Executive Director to Energy & Utility Skills Board - Energy & Utility Skills

Dr Jenifer Moody appointed Non-Executive Director to Energy & Utility Skills Board

The Board of Energy & Utility Skills has welcomed Dr Jenifer Moody as a Non-Executive Director to the Board and Chair of the Board’s new End-point Assessment Compliance Committee.

Dr Jenifer Moody appointed Non-Executive Director to Energy & Utility Skills Board

With over 20 years’ experience in establishing and maintaining standards in examinations and assessment, Dr Moody has held executive positions at awarding organisations and acted as Ofqual Responsible Officer.

Energy & Utilities Independent Assessment Service (EUIAS) is the only apprenticeship end-point assessment organisation dedicated to the energy and utilities sector and achieved Ofqual recognition earlier this year.  The Board has established a new sub-committee to ensure compliance with Ofqual’s Conditions of Recognition.  

Speaking about this appointment, Phil Beach CBE, Chief Executive of Energy & Utility Skills said:

“We are delighted to welcome Dr Moody to the Board of Energy & Utility Skills. Jenifer brings a wealth of experience in qualification and assessment design and development and has held executive positions with a number of awarding bodies. Her leadership and guidance will be a welcome addition to the Board.

The EUIAS has been credited with leading the way since the start of the apprenticeship reforms in England, and the trust and collaboration built with the employers, training providers, regulators and government departments is something that we are committed to investing in. Dr Moody will  be pivotal in ensuring that we continue to uphold the highest standards in assessment.”

Dr Jenifer Moody stated

“I am really pleased to join the Board at Energy & Utility Skills and chair the End-point Assessment Compliance Committee. I am passionate about vocational education and training and look forward to working with EUIAS, an end-point assessment service that has led the way in so many areas.”

As the leading provider of end-point assessments in the energy and utilities sector, the EUIAS was established in 2014, formed by employers for employers to support the transferability of skills across and within the energy and utilities and adjacent sectors. Since its inception the end-point assessment service has helped employers to achieve many publicly recognised firsts in adapting to the apprenticeship reforms and has more than 2,000 end-point assessments achieved.