After obtaining a master's degree at the KUL in 1985 and following a teacher training programme, Peter completed a professional bachelor's degree in Accountancy and Taxation at Group T (UCCL). He later immersed himself in educational policy and obtained a master's degree in Educational Management in 2007 (UAntwerpen).
He worked for several years in the international environment of development cooperation and subsequently had a rich and varied educational career in which he held various (managerial) positions. He also worked as a lecturer and coordinator of teacher training programmes in adult education. He was active in the resonance committee on the FOET 'learning to learn'. This rich background paved the way for him to work within AP University College on projects within the theme of transition from secondary to higher education.
Since 2008 he has been working at AP University College on various projects that have led to the development of the user-friendly digital tools Lemo I and II and Kickstart. His focus is on the sustainable translation of educational research and innovation into concrete educational contexts and educational resources.
Increase the quality of the Lemo instrument and investigate how to design learning coaching activities based on Lemo.
Investigation into which 21st century skills are needed for the evolving labour market, focused on the harbour areas of the interregion Flanders-Netherlands.
De ontwikkeling van een schaal ‘Motivatie voor duaal leren’ en de integratie ervan in de leidraad volgens het ICE-model (Intake – Casussen – Exploratie) van het GO! onderwijs.
This project aims to encourage and support (young) adults to further tackle their professional development in the field of soft skills. The project develops a questionnaire on the basis of which they can evaluate their soft skills. A feedback tool will guide them in the further development of these skills.