Lloyd George known as Lloyd Fawr
BA (Hons) Communication Studies
Post Graduate Certificate in Educational Development PGCEd
City and Guilds Journalism & Broadcasting Competences
Main teaching areas:
Popular Music History, Analysis, Repertoire and Theory
Production and Technologies
Entrepreneurship and event management.
Event Logistics, finance and communications for live music festivals.
25 years experience as a broadcast engineer across all media.
Recorded over 40 albums released worldwide as an artist and producer. Many more recordings either / or commercial / academic.
Significant career in avionics computing and technical support including Ministry Of Defence and GE,
Course Leader for BA (Hons) Creative Music Technologies at USW
Module leader for Electronic Music Production and Performance
Module leader for History, Analysis, Repertoire and Theory (MSc)
Module leader for Real Time Event. (event management)
Module leader for Portfolio Musician (recording Portfolio)
I lead the above course and teach the above subjects and studio and lab based audio engineering practice.
Faculty Academic Misconduct officer
School Prevent officer
School lead in Health and Safety including Risk assessments
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Performing Right Society (PRS)
Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL)
Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM)
External Examiner Harlech College 2008-2012
External validator Thames Valley University 2002
External validator Northbrook College, Sussex 2003
Research interests: Learning and teaching music and sound technologies.
Current research activity: scholarly activity supporting my teaching. Module leader Level 7 module. History, Analysis, Repertoire, Theory
Areas of Expertise
37 years in the entertainment industries and broadcast media.
Technical operator sound engineer in the broadcast sector
Avionics computing technical and multimedia support in the sector.
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