Former Dept for Business Official
Tony Cash is a training consultant with 20 years’ varied civil service experience of improving efficiency, delivering policy outcomes, and providing learning and development. His civil service experience includes: deputy director of the training consultancy PTSC (a net running cost unit in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills - BIS), head of strategy and communications in the joint BIS/ Department for International Development Trade Policy Unit, assistant director of the Enterprise Bill team and assistant director for the Low Pay Commission.
Tony is an expert on policy, regulation and economics issues and has used this expertise working as a training consultant since he left the UK Civil Service. Over the last four years he has trained hundreds of people in policy making best practice and better regulation (including people in UK government departments and delegates from many other countries.) He has also delivered regulation training in Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Dubai, Guernsey, Ireland, Kenya, Malta and South Africa. His in-depth training has enabled many organisations to improve their regulatory strategies. Tony’s work has also enabled hundreds of people from across the world to receive a Chartered Management Institute qualification. He also chairs courses in Economic Development and ICT for Development.
Tony has contributed to a wide range of other international programmes for delegates from many countries e.g. anti-corruption, conflict resolution, electoral affairs, governance, leadership and management, parliamentary affairs, strategic health planning, strategic labour planning, strategic policy-making and strategic trade policy and promotion.
Tony is also an organisation development expert (MSc OD) and holds qualifications in coaching (Certificate in Executive Coaching), training (CIPD Certificate in Training Practice), project management (PRINCE 2 Foundation and Practitioner) and Neuro-Linguistic Programming.