Education

2012

Six Sigma Green Belt Certified

Description: Within Cummins, being a “green belt” requires 20-40% of your time to be dedicated to Six Sigma projects. Green belt “certification” is obtained after the successful completion of three approved “Six Sigma” projects; a status which I achieved in May 2012.

2004 – 2008

BSc (Hons) Software Development

Status: Complete with First Class Honours

Course Content:

To gain the knowledge and skills required of a professional software developer, designing and building software that is robust, reliable and attractive to use, often co-operating with others as part of a development team. Worked using first class computing facilities, Windows and Unix/Linux systems; teaching networks; a wireless network; and a wide range of software. The emphasis was on developing hands-on, practical skills in software development, as well as an understanding of the human and social contexts of software systems.

Year 1

  • Software Design and Development
  • Computing Science and Mathematics
  • Hardware and Networks
  • Year 1 Project

Year 2:

  • Algorithms Processes and Data
  • Relational Database and Web Integration
  • Operating Systems and Network Security
  • Integrative Group Project
  • Object-Oriented Systems Development

Year 3

  • Supervised Work Placement

Year 4

  • Large Systems Environments
  • Distributed and Client Server Systems
  • Advanced Databases
  • Individual Project

2002 – 2004

AVCE Double Award Information Communication Technology

Status: B B

AS Archaeology

Status: B B

1997 – 2002

Status: 8 GCSE grades, A-C including English and Maths

 

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