Nick has been working in teacher training and educational management for over 20 years. He has been extensively involved in the development of new learning approaches based on the use of ICT in a wide range of educational and training contexts, including secondary and university education, and vocational and continuous training, including entrepreneur training.
He is the director of ANDAMIO EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY, which is an SME based in Valencia, Spain, founded in 2009 to provide consultancy services in the field of education, with a special focus on the integration of new, and older technologies into teaching and learning. The work at ANDAMIO has included extensive work on technology integration in schools, vocational training, higher education and adult learning contexts, and the areas of focus have included, amongst others, the use of technologies for STEM education, the educational uses of games, the use of mobile technologies, teacher training, multicultural learning, language learning and CLIL, and the uses of social media.
This has included a large number of EU and nationally financed projects in which he has worked as coordinator and participant, and he has worked extensively as a reviewer of projects and evaluator of project proposals for DG_IST under FP5, 6 and 7, for the EACEA under the Lifelong Learning Programme and for previous initiatives such as Socrates and Minerva, and for the REA. He has also undertaken similar work for project consortia as external evaluator.