An experienced accounting and finance lecturer delivering for over 12 years on professional accounting qualifications including ICAEW and CIMA, in addition to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Specialisms include financial reporting, taxation and corporate governance and I play an active role on an employability committee at the University. I am currently designing an employability module in accordance with the Skills and Employability Framework developed by the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW), which aims to ensure students have the skills and resources to find sector-related employment, work experience or internships.
Also self-employed as a Subject Matter Expert for Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), I author and moderate assessments and edit accounting textbooks. I recently completed a contract on behalf of the Saudi Skills Standards, developing accounting courses and assessments to upskill those working in book keeping and accounting roles in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In addition, to having a number of clients to whom I provide a range of services including advice and guidance on book keeping processes, income tax, costing, capital investment and funding.
I am a qualified communicator for those with a hearing impairment, having worked for 8 years as a communicator for profoundly deaf children and young adults in Newcastle; I am also committed to citizenship at all levels and actively engage in a range of initiatives to support vulnerable young people.
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