Anthony F. Camilleri is a senior partner at the Knowledge Innovation Centre, where he specialises on Innovation Processes and Quality Assurance in Education. He also serves as secretary to ISO PC288/WG1 which developed ISO 21001 – Managements Systems for Educational organizations. Mr. Camilleri is currently focused on the modernisation of systems for credentials, which work has led him to focus on technologies, quality assurance and standards for credentials. With respect to technologies he has specialised on blockchain and its applications for education, authoring a report on the topic in collaboration with the JRC. On quality assurance, he acts as scientific coordinator to the OEPASS project, which is developing a quality assurance methodology for credentials, while on standards he acts as scientific coordinator of the MicroHE project which is developing metadata standards for credentials. He is also consulting the European Commission on Action 3 of the Digital Education Action Plan – Digitally Signed Qualifications.
Anthony is a consumate coffee-addict, sci-fi buff and believer in the power of education to realise human potential.