He holds a Degree in Spanish Language and Literature specialising in Catalan and a Degree in Spanish Language and Literature specialising in Spanish, both awarded by the University of Valencia. He has a Diploma in teaching Valencian/Catalan awarded by the Ministry of Education in the Valencian Community based on his merits and collaboration with the Government of the Valencian Community. He holds PhD Credits for Language and Audiovisual Communication Theory from the University of Valencia, Investigation in Research Sufficiency from the University of Valencia and Master Studies in “Economy and International Globalised Marketing” in the International School of Business in Madrid.
He has lived and worked in Spain, Ecuador, Chile and Costa Rica as a School Headmaster and in Hungary as Coordinator of Spanish as a foreign language. In Ecuador he worked as School Headmaster and General Manager and Coordinator of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and in Chile and Costa Rica he was responsible for the Implementation of the new Technological Educational Model called: “New Paradigm Education Model SEK.XXI Century”.
In 2006 he was named the Assessor for Spanish as a foreign language by the Spanish Embassy in Hungary and the Cultural Attaché for the Spanish Ministry of Education.
He has collaborated equally with the Ministry of Education of the Government of the Valencian Community and has started up Linguistic training and advice for Teachers in Public school education within a multilingual context.
He has also been awarded with the Medal for Educative Quality Congress of Deputy Heads of Ecuador in 2002 and recognised with Distinction for the Best Manager of the top 4 enterprises with Technological Projects in Chile, 2004.
He has participated in different congresses about the International Baccalaureate and has organised different talks and seminars about “Education in the 21st Century”, “Education and technology”, “Leadership Theories”, “Empowerment and Coaching”, “Change between a passive worker to an active one” and ” Selling Education as a quality service”
He is at present the Headmaster of the Ágora Lledó International School in Castellon (Spain) which belongs to the NACE group and is responsible for the implementation of the multilingual program with Spanish, English, Catalan and German with the accreditation and start up of the International Baccalaureate Program, achieving that the school is the only one recognised with international characteristics in the province.
He is a devoted collaborator in articles related to opinions about International Education and Educational Quality in various sources of Communication, contributing and promoting a vision and defence of the importance of international values to improve the Spanish educational system and society in general.
He is also collaborating with the NACE group with the introduction of Mandarin Chinese in their schools through a signed agreement between the Ministry of China and the HANBAN Organisation for the diffusion of the Chinese language and culture within a multilingual context.
At the moment he is an elected member of the ISA BOARD since June 2012 where he has participated in promoting educational and cultural activities between international schools and has successfully passed the second promotion of International Baccalaureate students with excellent marks, who have also presented themselves for the Spanish University Entrance Examinations (Selectividad) also with great success and therefore obtaining two Baccalaureate qualifications.