William Light Education is an organisation focused on developing and providing world leading health education. We seek to increase the knowledge and skills of the health workforce with cutting edge practical courses driven by evidence and best practice.

We work collaboratively with partners who have specialised expertise in a range of health fields and health education delivery.

chief executive officer: Mr. Gregory Black

Mr Greg Black has had a distinguished career in education. Greg has been a Director General of Education, Chief Executive of the Department of Further Education, Employment Science and Technology and Chief Executive of Australia’s technology in education and training corporation (now known as Education Services Australia). He has been a board member of national bodies responsible for accreditation and quality in higher education and vocational education as well as in schools curriculum, science education and national enquires into literacy and STEM.  His other board engagements have included in the acquaculture, professional football and land development industries.  

Greg has worked as an advisor and change leader in the UK, Malaysia, Afghanistan and the UAE as well as being a semi-professional sportsperson. His current interests include the application of cognitive neuroscience to teaching; pedagogy around employability skills and trialing new methods to enhance capability building of educators and senior administrators in developing countries.

He has degrees from the University of New South Wales and Adelaide University and is a 20 year Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and Member of the Australian College of Educational Leaders. 

Email: gblack@wle.edu.au

Program Developers :
Wound Specialist Consultant and Educator: Mr Frank Guerriero:

Frank Guerriero has a long history of working in wound-management related specialties. Endorsed as a Nurse Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), Frank currently works with the Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery based at Flinders Medical Centre; a role which entails both clinical and research activities. Frank is the current President of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Vascular Nursing, a committee member of the South Australian Society for Vascular Nursing and past president of the South Australian Wound Management Association (SAWMA), now Wounds Australia. He also holds a long history of teaching and education, as Clinical Lecturer for several of Adelaide’s tertiary universities and Guest Presenter for an Adelaide community nursing service.

He has a Masters of Nursing Science in addition to his Bachelor of Nursing from the University of South Australia.  He also has a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management from the University of Adelaide and a Diploma in Project Management.