I am a Forensic Computing student at UCLan in Preston. Foresnic computing is all about fighting cyber crime. I aim to teach people from GCSE up to first year university students. I can provide face to face video conference style (or just voice if preferred) or video tutorial and or written instructions or a mixed bunch of methods.
I am new here and through this service have not taught any students. However, in the outside world I have taught lots of people of mixed ages (yes this includes elderly people, especially with volunteering with AbilityNet). people have acquired new skills thanks to me.
AbilityNet, Lancaster, UK.
Bough to Beauty, Lancaster, UK June 2015:
Work experience intern
When the business was first launched, I was one of the first to be recruited. I saw it as an opportunity to improve my existing skills and gain new ones. At first, I was asked to setup the IT systems, this included installing new software for them such as image resizers for their work and antivirus software and other security measures. Bough to Beauty were satisfied with my work and continue to request support from me. I was also asked to test their website for improvements. Then I began to help Bough to Beauty staff on the stalls in the markets; selling their goods. This included greeting customers and exhibiting the products and prices. From the ICT to the stalls in public, I gained new skills such as the ability to promote the products and admit to my mistakes, time management and working under pressure, along with improving my social skills by meeting new people when working
Diversity FM, Lancaster, UK November 2010 – March 2012
At Diversity FM, I had a show that was half an hour long and was recorded and broadcast weekly. I was given training for Audacity, an editing software. This meant that I was able to edit my shows unattended. This reduced the workload for other team members that had previously been editing my shows. I had a lot of listeners, they wrote to me on my show’s Facebook page. I also met more people because of my show. Once, I performed live for an hour in Williamson's park in Lancaster. I was able to practice my new skills. I have learned a lot of new skills such as the ability to work under pressure and time management. At the end of my time, I went live for an hour from the studio to bid farewell to the staff and listeners.
Degree Forensic Computing University of Central Lancashire
Introduction to programming: 71%, Computing skills: 56%, Practitioner skills: %, Interactive applications: %, Introduction to networking %, Programming: % and Systems Analysis & database design: %
Foundation Degree Forensic Computing
Passed and progressed to year 1 of the degree
A levels Ripley St Thomas 2014-2015
Health & Social Care (Grade: C), Information and Communication Technology (Grade: D), Systems and Control (Grade E)
GCSEs Ripley St Thomas 2009 -2014
7 GCSEs (A - C) including English, Maths and Science
● I found hang-gliding relaxing when I had participated in the activity for the first time on the 29th April 2017, in Derbyshire. My instructor said I was fearless.
● I am interested in experimenting and exploring the depths of IT, this led me to converting regular music to imitate the 8-bit style of old consoles.
● I also have a YouTube channel based on helping people get the most from their technology.
● I enjoy listening to old country and western, old love songs and songs from other countries.
● I like to cycle, such that I work for Deliveroo.
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