Wayne McCollin – Vice Treasurer
Until April 2009 Wayne was Deputy Chief Fire Officer of Lothian and Borders FRS. He was responsible for HR and Organisational Development. He is a practised coach and experienced action learning set facilitator having completed ‘The Manager as a Coach and Mentor’ module as part of formal study. As a coach he has worked with staff from all levels of the fire and rescue services at home and internationally. Wayne had and retains experience and a profile that is highly regarded and he was awarded the Queens Fire Service Medal for his work on equality and diversity. Experience that will be vital in the delivery of this tender if successful. An experienced coach who develops relationships that encourage increased awareness. He uses inductive and deductive learning techniques that allow individuals to reflect on alternatives, find new perspectives and review outcomes and learning. Wayne believes in giving individuals responsibility and ownership with clear accountability. He works with individuals and teams to articulate and work towards these goals in a highly supportive yet challenging environment.
Member of the International Association of Black Professional Fire-fighters, Member of Networking Women in the Fire Service, SH Test Administrator and Mediator