My teaching style is hands-on, interactive, engaging, discursive, passionate and enthusiastic. I genuinely love to teach and impart knowledge, and I am committed to delivering high quality teaching. Lessons structured to the students requirements and preferred method of learning. My genuine desire to teach, mentor and guide students, and my extensive reading on academic theory in sports management, policy, and research methods, and the practical use of theory, provide a unique and highly capable combination of experience, knowledge and maturity, to help inspire students to achieve their own aspirations in further and higher education.
I am a Masters graduate of Sport Management and have recently completed a Qualitative Research-based PhD in Sport Management, Development and Policy, both at Loughborough University. I have taught and assessed modules across a broad range of sport-related subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at Loughborough University and Nottingham Trent University, and worked alongside leading academics in the field of sport management, business and policy.
Doctoral Researcher – Sport Policy and Management (Apr 2014 - 2019):
School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University
University Lecturer/Module Leader – Sport Business & Innovation (Sep 2016 – Aug 2017). Institute of Sport Business, Loughborough University London
University Teaching Assistant - Sport Management (Since Sep 2014)
School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University, Loughborough
Hourly Paid Lecturer – Sport Management (March 2015 – Dec 2015)
School of Science and Technology, Department of Sports Science, Nottingham Trent University
Certification in ‘Teaching Skills’ from the Graduate School of Loughborough University (July 2014).
Doctor of Philosophy in Sport Management, Policy and Development (2014-2019
Thesis title: ‘Policy Shapers or Policy Takers?’ The case of three small to mid-sized national governing bodies of Olympic sports in England.
Master of Science in Sport Management, Loughborough University (2012 - 2013),
An application and research based Master’s degree; key applications for the contemporary sports sector included strategic, financial and HR management; economics in sport and leisure, sport management theory and practice; managing service quality; sport markets, industry and policy; sport marketing; sport law; research methods for sport management and research project.
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