Preston born Terence talks of his time working at UCLan

Terence Jagger is a Lecturer in Health and Social Care.

Meet Terence

Following a 20-year career working for the NHS, UCLan graduate, Terence Jagger is now working as a Lecturer in UCLan’s School of Health and Midwifery. Terence teaches and supports students on the Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care and the Higher Degree Apprenticeship for Assistant Practitioners. 

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I am an ‘openly gay man’ and staff member of the LGBTQ+ Equality and Diversity forum. I feel UCLan should empower, embrace and treat everyone equally in all ‘communities’ and I am proud to be a part of this forum group, supporting staff and students alike.
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Terence Jagger
Lecturer in Health and Social Care
Terence Jagger
Terence Jagger

“It is such a privilege to be at UCLan as a member of staff and to support the programme I initially studied, which I truly believe in. As a lifelong Prestonian, I feel proud to be giving something back.”

Terence provides support in 'Work Based Learning' for the Healthcare Assistant Practitioner Higher Apprenticeship, Foundation Degree Programme.