IoLET Governance

IoLET, trading as CIOL Qualifications, is governed by the IoL Educational Trust Board which meets four times a year.

The Board is made up of a minimum of five Trustee Directors. Its primary role is to set the strategic direction of CIOL Qualifications and to monitor the implementation of the strategic plan.

CIOL Qualifications' core qualifications are regulated by Ofqual (Office for Qualifications and Examinations Regulation), Qualifications Wales and CCEA.

A Quality Standards Board made up of externally appointed members monitors the performance of qualifications and reports directly to the IoL Educational Trust Board. The Board additionally advises on quality issues, development matters, qualification reviews and other non-regulated assessment activities.

IoL Educational Trust, trading as CIOL Qualifications, is the associated charity of the Chartered Institute of Linguists

Registered Charity No. 1090263. Company No. 04297497

Meeting dates

The next meeting dates are as follows:

  • Thursday 21 January 2021
  • Thursday 15 April 2021
  • Friday & Saturday 23 & 24 April 2021 
  • Thursday 8 July 2021

The IoLET AGM takes place annually in April.

Trust Board & committees

Member Role Bio
Bernardette Holmes MBE



Chair ETB None provided
Mrs Judith GABLER



BA (Hons) DipRSA FCIL CL

Chair of Council (ex-officio)

Judith holds language qualifications in French and German from the Universities of Manchester and UCLAN, and the Royal Society of Arts. She has been CIOL qualified since 1997 and is a Fellow and Chartered Linguist (Language Specialist). CIOL roles have included Vice-Chair of the German Society and Membership Committee which gave her first-hand experience of understanding CIOL’s vision and strategic goals. In 2018 she was honoured to be elected to Chair of Council as the first non-UK based Chair.
Through her work with CIOL she aspires to drive an ambitious agenda to ensure that languages remain an exciting global career choice. As a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute in London she is committed to developing future leaders and has mentored young female professionals in UK, Europe and Asia. She travels widely throughout Europe using her languages to engage more closely with people and markets.
Judith moved to Frankfurt in 1984 and works for RICS, a global professional body for the built and natural environment. Language competency, communication and cultural open-mindedness were decisive factors in Judith being ranked No. 1 female influencer in German real estate in 2018.

Ms Helen CAMPBELL



HonFCIL

Member

Helen Campbell was a staff member of the Directorate-General for Interpretation of the European Commission in Brussels from 1973 until April 2011. She graduated with a BA Hons in German and French at Southampton University, trained as a conference interpreter with the European Commission and was a staff interpreter from 1973 until 1996 during which time she also taught on the EC internal interpreting 'stage' and in universities as well as acting as jury member for EU tests and competitions. Helen was seconded to Geneva 1991-1993 to cooperate with Heads of Language Services of the UN and other international organisations and from 1999-2001 to London where she set up the network of UK universities teaching conference interpreting (PLUG). Since retiring from the Commission in 2011 she has continued to teach interpreting and act as examiner at university courses world-wide. She is chief examiner and trainer for the Masters in Conference Interpreting at Glendon College, York University in Toronto, Canada. Helen is an Honorary Member of the CIOL and of the Irish Translators' and Interpreters' Association and a member of the Advisory Board of the Research Centre for Translating and Interpreting Studies of the University of Leicester. She was a member of the Advisory Board of the European Union "Optimale" project, is a Board member of the IoL Educational Trust and a founder member of the Public Service Interpreting and Translation Network Group. She is Director of the National Network for Interpreting, part of Routes into Languages. In 2009-2013 she co-edited with Jesus Baigorri and Iciar Alonso of the University of Salamanca the following publications: "Reflections on Legal Translation", "Translating Justice", "Language, Law and Translation", "Essays on Legal and Institutional Translation" and "Translating the Law" all published by Interlingua, Granada.

Mr Keith MOFFITT



BSc MITI DipTrans FCIL

Member

Keith Moffitt read French, German and Italian at the University of Salford. His other languages are Russian, which he studied at the then Polytechnic of Central London, and Portuguese, in which he holds the Institute’s Diploma in Translation. He had a 20-year career with the National Coal Board (later British Coal), working in International Relations and European Community affairs, and finally a senior post in Corporate Affairs. He was for six years Chairman of the United Nations Working Party on Coal Trade. Keith was a local councillor between 1994 and 2014, and was Leader of the London Borough of Camden from 2006 to 2010. He was Chair of Council of the Institute from March 2012 to March 2016, after 10 years as one of its two vice chairs, and alongside his political career he has more recently worked as a freelance translator and language consultant. He was for many years actively involved in the work of the Translating Division, and also chaired the Editorial Board of The Linguist for several years. Keith is a governor of the City Literary Institute (City Lit), the largest college for adult learning in Europe, which has a major focus on language teaching. Keith’s partner is Brazilian and he is a frequent visitor to the São Paulo area of Brazil.

Ms Anne STEVENS



Chair of Quality Standards Board (ex-officio)

As a professional linguist and educationalist Anne has worked to expand the teaching and learning of modern languages and increase the take-up in the UK and more widely. She has mainly worked in Higher Education but has also taught in Further Education and in Secondary schools. For some ten years, she specialised in devising and developing in-house training for major international companies and Government departments including the DTI, Customs and Excise and the FCO. She has been an expert adviser to the European Commission Language programmes for many years and represented the Commission across Europe on many occasions. Her work has always focused on creating a greater motivation for learning via more relevant curriculum design and teaching methodologies suited to the needs of non-traditional learners.

She was the founding director of Modern Language programmes at the Open University where she led the development of new approaches to learning languages and the delivery of large-scale open learning programmes on a global basis. The programme remains the largest learning programme of its sort in languages within Europe. She has published many conference papers and publications relating to the training of teachers and personalised learning programmes. Her experience at the Open University extended to a leading role in the partnership with the BBC and working with innovative learning structures via shared online delivery.

She is currently the Chair of the Quality and Standards Board of the Chartered Institute of Linguists and a Trustee and Board Member of the Institute.

Jocelyn Wyburd



Member of Trust Board

Jocelyn Wyburd is a graduate of Italian and French from the University of Cambridge. Her international and multilingual career has variously spanned the public, private and third sectors. A trained teacher of Italian, French and German, whose Master's degree focussed on new technologies in language teaching and learning, Jocelyn has spent the last 30 years in post-compulsory education sectors, principally in the management of university language centres. In her current role as Director of the Language Centre at the University of Cambridge, and her previous similar role at Manchester, Jocelyn has been responsible for the delivery of programmes of language teaching in a wide variety of languages for academic, professional/employability and personal reasons and in developing and delivering support for autonomous and peer-facilitated learning. Jocelyn also has a strong track record of engagement in outreach to promote language learning in schools, alongside promoting multilingualism in university students to support their development into 'global graduates'. She is a former Chair of the University Council of Modern Languages which represents all language-based disciplines in the UK university sector and of the National Advisory Board for the former university-school outreach programme: Routes into Languages. She is a Council member, and thus a Trustee, of the University of Cambridge.

Mr Nick MAIR



Member of Trust Board

Nick Mair is Director of Languages at Dulwich College, former chair of ISMLA and Vice Chair of ALL-London. He has experience of teaching languages using popular science tasks in a range of institutions and has voiced teachers’ concerns about the A* / severe / unpredictable grading issues in ML examinations. His is involved with the NML SCITT (training of language teachers). He is a competent paraglider pilot, a keen guerrilla gardener and an incompetent learner of Mandarin Chinese.

This external board monitors the exams and advises on quality issues, new units and qualifications.
Member Role
Ms Anne STEVENS Chair
Mrs Claudia LINDNER

BA DipTrans FCIL CL

Member of Board
Mr Hugh Morgan

CertEd TEFLA FCIL CL

Member of Board
Anette Schroeder-Rossell Member of Board
Ms Silvia COLAIACOMO Member of Board