Our Accuracy Consultants are experts in developing people’s accuracy skills and are experienced in working across all sectors

Sue Duraikan

Sue became an Accuracy Consultant in 2013, although her first contact with Scott Bradbury dates back to 2008. Sue’s calm, friendly and intelligent style means that her delegates benefit from – and enjoy – a positive, engaging learning environment.

Sue has extensive experience in the academic sector, having been a preferred trainer for Cambridge University’s Professional Development Programme since 1996. Sue’s experience of delivering Developing an Eye for Accuracy stretches across a wide range of sectors including financial services, manufacturing, housing and retail as well as academic institutions.

“The course kept me alert and interested. I can’t think of any issues or ways to improve it except keep the same trainer!”

Delegate attending one of Sue Duraikan’s courses delivered at Homes for Haringey.

 

Greg Fradd

Greg has been delivering Developing an Eye for Accuracy since 2005 and he is also the lead consultant on the Coaching for Accuracy workshop, which he helped to write.
Greg has delivered dozens and dozens of accuracy courses and coaching workshops and he also visits our clients in a consultancy capacity to discuss their requirements for customised versions of our course materials. Greg’s ten years’ experience of delivering accuracy-related training means he has a vast knowledge of his topic, covering a wide spectrum of sectors including financial services, property, legal, insurance, charity and pharmaceutical. His professional and friendly delivery style and his desire to optimise the benefits for each individual delegate always meets with approval.

“Greg was very knowledgeable and made everything relevant to my job.”

Delegate attending one of Greg Fradd’s courses delivered at Dignity Caring Funeral Services.

Hugh Murray

Hugh leads the team of people responsible for developing the British version of Developing an Eye for Accuracy and is a well known speaker and author on the topic of accuracy. Hugh is also a Director of Scott Bradbury.

Originally involved in delivering accuracy skills training back in the 1970s, Hugh’s extensive experience of delivering the current version of the programme includes courses throughout the UK, Ireland, India, Slovenia and Romania and across all sectors.

“Hugh is a very engaging trainer. He made the training sessions very enjoyable.”

Delegate attending one of Hugh Murray’s courses delivered at Allen & Overy.

Carole Parrish

Carole is a highly committed training professional who has been delivering Developing an Eye for Accuracy for Scott Bradbury clients since 2013.

A proud Geordie, Carole instantly strikes up a friendly rapport with her delegates and is passionate about her work. Carole’s experience of delivering both the train-the-trainer programme as well as the core training course extends across a variety of sectors including retail, utilities, pharmaceutical and academic.

“Carole was very engaging and made a potentially dry subject really enjoyable.”

Delegate attending one of Carole Parrish’s courses delivered at Heriot Watt University.

Lindsey Reed

Lindsey delivered Developing an Eye for Accuracy at BNP Paribas as an internal client trainer before ‘switching sides’ to become a Scott Bradbury Accuracy Consultant in 2005.

Lindsey is popular with delegates and internal trainers alike and her vast experience of working with both individuals and workshop groups, coupled with her unbounded enthusiasm, result in delegates who are highly motivated to be accurate. Lindsey’s experience of delivering Developing an Eye for Accuracy and the train-the-trainer programme, extends across a vast range of clients including those from the financial services, transport, academic and public sectors.

“Lindsey made the course very enjoyable and explained everything well. She was brilliant!”

Delegate attending one of Lindsey Reed’s courses delivered at Baillie Gifford.

Malc Lewis

Malc is our Accuracy Consultant based in the Isle of Man. Malc first came across Developing in an Eye for Accuracy in 2008 when he was working at AXA Insurance in the Isle of Man. Between 2008-2014 he was responsible for the training delivery of the programme and he became a regular Scott Bradbury customer. Such is his belief in Developing an Eye for Accuracy that on retirement from AXA in 2015, Malc decided to apply to become a Scott Bradbury Accuracy Consultant. He is now responsible for the successful implementation of accuracy training across the island and has taken over the role of Accuracy Consultant for the Isle of Man, once held by Julie Fraser (see below).

“Very well presented [by Malc] and easy to understand.”

Delegate attending one of Malc Lewis’s courses delivered at Nedbank Private Wealth.

 

Julie Fraser

Julie Fraser

Julie first became familiar with Developing an Eye for Accuracy when she delivered the programme as an internal client trainer at Zurich Insurance in the Isle of Man.

In 2008 she became Scott Bradbury’s Isle of Man Accuracy Consultant, delivering the programme for clients on the island before taking the programme to her native Australia when she moved back there at the end of 2010.

Since then Julie has promoted and delivered Developing an Eye for Accuracy to clients all over Australia and has been part of the team responsible for overseeing the development of the Australian version of the course materials. A new Australian programme was launched in 2015.

“Julie made the course interesting and enjoyable.”

Delegate attending one of Julie Fraser’s courses delivered at The Reserve Bank of Australia.