With major changes on the horizon in both the way data is both collected and used across the HE sector, it has never been more important to ensure that statutory data reporting – to HESA and the funding bodies – is optimised for efficiency, quality and effectiveness.

Andy has been working in HE data collection since 1991. He ran the first HEFCE HESES exercise in 1992 and was the architect of the HESA data collection and quality assurance process which has formed the basis of all HESA collections since the mid-1990s.

Andy has extensive detailed knowledge of the demands placed on institutions by the data collectors and how institutions can lever the maximum value from their statutory reporting. He brings a range of perspectives to this work and can help build a greater understanding of the opportunities and pitfalls in statutory reporting.

If you would like to discuss how Andy can help your institution with statutory reporting issues, please get in touch.