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Kristina Preston


Kristina Preston

Senior Consultant


Education & Training

About Me:

Senior Consultant

Kristina specialises in education recruitment in charity and public sector organisations and has over 5 years' experience in recruitment, and even more experience in the education sector.

Kristina recruits for all levels of Education professionals on a temporary, permanent and contract basis.

Kristina volunteers as a qualified cheerleading coach to local community groups and schools to inspire boys and girls to have fun getting active through gymnastics, dance and stunts, whilst improving their self-esteem, confidence and combating the issues of body image in 6-18 year olds.

Kristina Preston's Blog Posts

Benefits to an ageing population in the workplace

Many near and over retirement age simply don’t want to retire – they feel they still have a lot to contribute, having already achieved their career aspirations, paid off their mortgage and are now seeking a role that can offer security and the opportunity to give something back. Salary expectations and career progression are therefore both way down the list of priorities for baby boomers and this can be good news for employers, especially within the not for profit sector. So why are so ma...

Author: Kristina Preston
Published: 20 Jan 2017

What’s the best way for Awarding Organisations to expand overseas?

In the last week TPP Education & Training ran our own Forum for Awarding Organisations, with delegates attending from organisations from across the country, as well as attending the Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB) AO Forum in London. From both events one thing is clear; the path for AOs is definitely to explore overseas markets, however there are concerns around the how the path will run. It is not surprising that UK qualifications are valued as high currency across areas such as t...

Author: Kristina Preston
Published: 03 May 2016

Friday 27th February- National Safeguarding Day

The National Council for Voluntary Youth Services is calling on all children and youth organisations to make the last weekday of February the one day every year where organisations Stop what they are doing, Look at their safeguarding practices and Listen to young people, empowering them to take an active role in managing their own safety. NCVYS’s new national safeguarding campaign aims to inspire and encourage children and youth organisations to show commitment to improving their safeguardi...

Author: Kristina Preston
Published: 25 Feb 2015