Former Assistant Head, Peter Moseley, joins UniServity as Head of Business Development

UniServity, global provider of innovative, award-winning online learning solutions, consultancy and training to over 3,000 customers, in 90 local authorities worldwide, has appointed Peter Moseley as Head of Business Development. 

UniServity, global provider of innovative, award-winning online learning solutions, consultancy and training to over 3,000 customers, in 90 local authorities worldwide, has appointed Peter Moseley as Head of Business Development. Hosting the largest active online learning community worldwide, UniServity provides collaborative learning services to three million users across 22 countries, from the UK and USA, to Australia and Hong Kong, achieving five million page views every week.

In his new role, Peter will be responsible for promoting Life, UniServity’s Web 3.0 learning platform, to schools and local authorities in the UK. He will also be using his detailed knowledge of the Academies sector to further develop UniServity’s existing business in this area.

With over 17 years' experience in the education market, Peter, a former Assistant Head joined UniServity from RM where he worked with schools to embed the RM learning platform. His reason for moving to UniServity was that the Life platform offered so much more. Peter believes that Life really does provide schools with the functionality they need and, that this combined with the developments UniServity has planned, makes it a really exciting time to be joining the company. Using Web 3.0 technology, the Life learning platform intelligently analyses user preferences and pushes pertinent information to the desktop, personalising the learning experience, dramatically reducing teacher resource preparation time and freeing up valuable time to focus on differentiated support and learning outcomes.

Matt Clarke, CEO, UniServity, said, "Peter’s grass roots experience as an Assistant Head at Fairfield Community Primary School in Worcester and insight gained working across a number of ICT suppliers within the education market, makes him well placed to further develop UniServity’s business. He joins the company at an exciting time as Web 3.0 technology comes into force enabling users to find, share, and combine information more easily. UniServity is using next generation cloud-based technology to analyse learner activity and preferences pushing pertinent information straight to their desktop."

Commenting on his appointment, Peter Moseley, said, "I am really excited by the future potential of learning platforms and especially by the Life Learning Cloud from UniServity. I hope I can work with schools to help them understand the huge benefit Life can bring to them and amaze them with the developments we have coming. After being a teacher for ten years, I can really relate to the issues that schools face and I understand that ICT is not a magic wand. Our children are digital natives, having grown up with technology, and expect to use technology to access the information they need, to communicate where ever and when ever they want to, and to have information about their learning at their fingertips. This is what excites me about Life, as it really delivers the kind of experience pupils want from the school and beyond.

“It’s a huge opportunity for me to be involved with UniServity. My main criteria when looking for my next job was to work in a company that was as passionate as I am about making a difference to the lives of children, and having an impact on teaching and learning. All the staff at UniServity put this at the heart of what they do, and it’s a real pleasure to be part of a team with this ethos.”

Peter is 44 years old and lives in Worcester. He is married and has 3 daughters. Peter enjoys building dens and looking for worms in the garden. His hobbies have taken a back seat since the arrival of his 3 small children.

For further information about UniServity, please visit the website at: www.uniservity.com or Tel: 0870 855 5751 / Email: info@uniservity.com

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