About The Society of Education Consultants


The Society of Education Consultants (SEC) was founded in 1990 in response to the emerging market in education services. It now provides a one stop shop to individuals, education and children's services managers and governors. Those in schools, LAs, HEIs, and other institutions come to us for high quality, experienced professional help and support. We work in the UK and internationally. All our Members work to a strict Code of Practice that provides a  benchmark for their integrity and the quality of their work.

Our membership encompasses consultants who work as individuals, in partnerships, in small companies or in association with larger consultancies or organisations right across the education and children’s services sectors. We provide a showcase for their services and with provide a variety of support and services for their professional development.

The Society's affairs are managed through a small elected group of voluntary Directors. You can find out more about the services and details about the Society throughout this website. We look forward to welcoming new members, to serving our current membership, and to catering for the needs of existing and prospective users in the education sector.

Quality Assurance

SEC’s simple but robust Quality Assurance processes  are specifically designed to reflect and uphold the Code of Practice.

By subscribing to the Quality Assurance of his/her service, an Accredited Member is demonstrating a professional commitment to a high quality service to clients. S/he is utilising processes that offer secure,verifiable feedback linked to an agreed professional Code of Practice.  SEC Quality Assurance offers quantitative and qualitative verification of the quality of service provided. It is set against unequivocal, clear and transparent professional standards, so participation is mutually beneficial to both the consultant and their client.

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