I am pleased to announce I have been awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring qualification by Plymouth Marjon University. The programme consisted of the following modules: Advanced Coaching & Mentoring and Coaching & Mentoring in Practice.
Tag Archives: David Massey
Available for Work
Unfortunately, for the second time within two years I find myself in the unfortunate position of looking for work during these difficult economic times, due to being once again made redundant due to centre closure where I previously worked. I am a qualified post-16 Tutor / Trainer, learning practitioner, educator and IT specialist based inContinue reading “Available for Work”
Learner Comments 2011
Please find below a selection of learners’ comments, feedback from learner reviews, surveys and course evaluations I have carried out and received during 2011. “David was always available during my sessions and I found him to be very knowledgeable and approachable.” “Willing to give time to any questions raised by me.” “David explains everything whenever asked…wasContinue reading “Learner Comments 2011”
Manufacturing: A Skilled Workforce
I recently received the following testimonial of my work from Pipex Limited, who I have been working with since November 2010: “David Massey has been working closely with the staff involved from Pipex since November of 2010 in his role as tutor and advisor on the training involved in the E.C.D.L computer literacy courses. DavidContinue reading “Manufacturing: A Skilled Workforce”
Teaching Mathematics (Numeracy) in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Having completed the Level 5 Diploma in Teaching Mathematics (Numeracy) in the Lifelong Learning Sector course which I have attended at Cornwall College St Austell, I have now been awarded this qualification as a qualified numeracy subject specialist tutor / teacher. This is awarded by University of Plymouth.
Testimonials / References Word Cloud
Below is a Wordle word cloud, which features a variety of key words from testimonials and references about my work. A word cloud is a visual illustration containing words from a particular source and the bigger the word the more times it has been mentioned within the source. This provides a quick way of seeing a selectionContinue reading “Testimonials / References Word Cloud”
Social Media Networking Learning Session
This blog post discusses the Social Media / Networking learning session I recently delivered as part of a research project. The sessions delivered had an aim to increase learner’s IT literacy skills through utilising Social Media as the vehicle to develop IT skills and at the same time introduce Social Media / Networking topics, skills, knowledgeContinue reading “Social Media Networking Learning Session”
Featured in Plymouth Herald Newspaper – Beginner Computer Courses
Featured in Plymouth Herald newspaper on 8th January 2011 regarding the latest beginner computer course opportunities offered for the New Year. The course activities are part of the latest UK Online Centres Go ON – get more out of life online campaign. To view the article go to: http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/news/Beginner-courses/article-3078265-detail/article.html or click on the screenshot below.
Keep in Touch
The following lists the various ways you can keep in touch and is a guide to the different content available: Website: online home and presence of primary content as well as links to all other areas Twitter: personal and professional updates LinkedIn: online CV and professional profile YouTube: work related video clips Flickr: personal, work related and professional pictures Blog:Continue reading “Keep in Touch”
YouTube Channel Launched
I have recently launched my YouTube Channel, which features a selection of uploaded videos / clips featuring me to showcase my work activities. The clips which are currently available on the channel include extracts from videos shown at past conferences to highlight the development, success and the sustainability of the successful workplace learning centre IContinue reading “YouTube Channel Launched”