Aubrey Maasdorp is a highly skilled and experienced facilitator and trainer and has been employed in the equality and personal development field for more than 21 years. He has been working in management, staff development and sexual health since 1989 as a trainer and facilitator. In addition, he has worked on numerous research projects and contributed to many training manuals.
Aubrey worked in Sexual Health and HIV for many years as Training and Information Manager with the London Borough of Camden. He then moved to Management Development and worked as the Senior Training Officer in the Chief Executive’s Department. Prior to working as an independent consultant, Aubrey worked as acting Head of Corporate Learning and Development for the London Borough of Camden. Aubrey now works with Challenge where he has delivered numerous courses on Equality and Diversity and management development.
Aubrey has also been involved in numerous research projects. He worked for Healthlink Worldwide editing and rewriting a training manual for facilitators on the Memory Project, to be used by HIV organisations worldwide, compiled and edited Positive Development, a training manual to help communities to set up support groups. He has done research projects with a number of local authorities and health authorities on access to services and service development.
Aubrey has been working with people with dementia for the past 8 years. He has been training and supporting carers and other professionals working with people with dementia. He is involved in a Certificate for dementia care where he is a trainer and a support tutor. He is also working on an on-going project called Music for Life, where the focus is to working people in the later stages of dementia in residential homes and day centres.
Aubrey has also delivered presentations at international conferences and facilitated training courses and workshops in Thailand, Ireland, South Africa and Uganda.