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An ex-soldier having served 13 years in the Royal Corps of Signals as an Electronic Warfare Operator. On leaving the Army I went to Brunel University and got a (Hons) in Politics and Modern History. (A very useful degree for IT). I then joined WS Atkins as a Social Planner and spent a large part of the next 11 years overseas in China, Mongolia, India and 4 years in Sri Lanka. During this time I joined the Institution of Analysts and Programmers (). I was elected a Fellow and soon joined the governing council. I was made redundant from WS Atkins in August 1997 and in October that year set up my own Computing Services company offering Project Management and Support services. I worked for the next 10 years in a number of , mainly blue chip, companies, again with some overseas travel. During this time I was elected Vice President of the IAP and made a Fellow of the Institute of Continuing Professional Development. A short break for major surgery after which I joined DHL as a contractor and shortly afterwards became a permanent employee. I was made a Companion of the IAP and, early in 2008, on the resignation of the incumbent President I became President of the IAP. Specialties: I have worked overseas on community development and IT projects including the creation of national enteprise databases for China, setting up the National Highways Authority of India and relocating 40,000 shanty dwellers in Colombo, Sri Lanka. In the UK I have worked for utilities companies, insurance, logistics and an airline company. Main expertises is in project management, coordination and support. I am a Prince 2 practitioner (updated October 2009) and Six Sigma qualified.
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