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HNC Computing
PGCE/Cert Ed
Assessors Award
Sage Jobcosting, Financial Forecasting, Payroll, Accounts and Essentials for Accountants
MSc (Dist) Computing Technology for Teaching and Learning


Career Summary
1978 – 1983: Retail Motor Trade
1983 – 2002: Dealer Principal, Retail Motor Trade
2002 – 2003: Part Time Lecturer, Pembrokeshire College, Faculty of Technology
2003 – 2009: Full Time Lecturer, FE and HE Course Tutor, Pembrokeshire College, Faculty of Technology
2009 – to date: Part Time Lecturer and Research Student, University of South Wales, Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science


Carey Freeman, Sue Stocking and Geneen Stubbs, Analysis of Student Profiling Data from the Faculty of Advanced Technology at the University of Glamorgan, 6th Faculty of Advanced Technology Research Student Workshop, Glamorgan Business Centre, University of Glamorgan, March 17, 2011.

Carey Freeman and Peter Plassmann, Using Technology to Monitor First Year Student Attendance in Their Academic Studies, Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, 2015, Vol. 7,issue 1. Retrieved from

Freeman, C.E.B. (2016)’ ‘RUHere?’ – an Interactive Monitoring System for Improving Student Attendance and Retention’, Annual STEM Conference 2016, Nottingham, 28-29 January 2016. HEA [Online]. Available at: (Accessed: 05 May 2016).


CAS – Computing at School
FHEA – Fellow of the Higher Educational Academy


Rhyal Engineering – 2005/2007 – Advanced Sage Computer Technology
Austwell Construction – 2005/2007 – Jobcosting, Stock Control and Financial Statements
Rite Connection – 2007 – Sage Line 50 – 2003 – Foreign Currency and Notional Vat
Robert Griffiths – 2005/2006 – Sage Bank Reconciliation, Year End Procedures
Rowe Construction – 2006 – Computerised Accounts
Milford Haven Golf Club – 2005/2007 – Computerised Acccounts
BG Betterspoons – 2007 – Computerised Accounts and Financial Accounting


My PhD research is exploring how technology can enhance student retention and attainment.



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