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I am currently a student at Kent University on course for a degree in Business and management. Maths is still a key part in business and for young kids i would like to pass on my knowledge. For Maths at GCSE I was able to earn an A.
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15 Norval Road, North Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 3TD
Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, London, 2010-2017
Applied double business BB
University of Kent, Medway
I am currently studying Business and Management in my 3rd year at the University of Kent. I achieved a 2.1 in my first and second year.
Playgolf London is a golf course that is close to me where I used to play golf in the academy at a young age. I was based at the front of the house where I served customers to either play golf or be served beverages. For this you had to be able to work in a fast-paced environment, where you will have to perform multiple tasks and keep track of who you are serving. You also had to be very good at communicating since some people came in with disabilities. This also meant my presentation had to be good and be able to effectively talk to and handle customers in a polite fashion. Another role was the money side, where in the mornings I would have to count the morning float for the day and make sure the till had the correct money for the start of the day. Overall, I gained a lot of experience from working here and found team work to be an important factor to get tasks done efficiently.
At the end of 4th year after our exams, all the pupils headed out on work experience to various places from the end of June 2014- mid July 2014. My work experience was with the TFL. My leader for the operation was Mr Morrissey and I was accompanied by three other class members from my school. Every day, we all met up at oxford circus at 9.00am and then from there we would make our way to the TFL headquarters. For the most part of the experience, we were just learning about how trains work and operate. At some parts we done train simulators which was a good experience and showed us what it was like to be a train driver. The most enjoyable moment was when I actually drove a train.
By the end of the experience I had learned many new things. To start, I found that being punctual was a key element for success. When I was late reaching the meeting point, the whole team was set back and had to wait for me to catch up. Another important factor was communication. In the big world of trains, it is important that each member of the team can communicate effectively to give updates about what going on.
International Maritime Organisation:
The International Maritime Organisation took me in for work experience in the IT department to help and oversee other workers. My duty was to respond to workers with technical issues with their computers to help them get on with their work. I worked alongside some of the other technicians and built computers. The skills necessary to complete this work were communication skills and technical skills. You need to be able to communicate with the workers to find out what the problem is and then use your technical skills to be able to solve the problem as efficiently as possible.
Outside of academic life, I take part in a couple of sports. For my secondary school I played for the football team since joining in September 2010 and have been a regular starter in the squad. During 2013-the beginning of 2014, I played for my local Harrow team called Harrow Saint Mary’s. For this team I was a regular starter and enjoyed playing for the club while I was there. However the team did split up for unknown reasons. Now I play for fun whenever the opportunity arises.
The second sport that I do is GO-karting where I compete in championships across the countries. Starting off when I was only 10 I didn’t always have a passion for the sport; I was more pushed into it after my brother took it up. However, after competing against some of the best in the country, I grew to like the sport and started doing it more regularly. 2016 was a successful year for me where I had won many races and became champion of London winning the London cup 2016 race which was aired on TV. We then decided to join a factory team to expand where we race and try and compete in more championships. 2017 has been very slow due to exams from A-levels and being at university means I cannot compete regularly. For next year, I am hoping to make a trip to Belgium to a track called Genk to compete in a round of the European championships to see how we fair against some of the best karters from different countries.
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