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Students will obtain a sound academic education and receive good practical teaching from teachers and lecturers who are actively working in their areas of expertise. They are able to communicate in the classroom the knowledge and experience they have gained over many years in their related fields.

Julian Burton FBIFM, Cert Ed, ACIEH BIFM L5/L6 Course leader, is an experienced and certified Facilities Manager with a proven track record of delivering innovative solutions and improving facilities and standards of service. Head of Facilities and Property Management for the UK's largest trade union representing central Government. Able to produce business plans, coordinate projects teams and manage priorities and deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills particularly motivational, negotiation, listening, judgement, analytic ability and motivated by making a difference with honesty, discretion, integrity and flair. Continuously aiming to exceed objectives and add value.

Lynn Wickins MBA, PgCert, BSc, AMBIFM, BIFM BIFM L5/L6 tutor – is an experienced tutor with university level experience - Lecturer at Uni of North London (1987 – 1991), Edinburgh Napier University (1992 – 1995). Was Principal Consultant for a subsidiary of Vivendi and Corporate Development Project Director dealing with international clients and househod names. Now working for own consultancy on huge FM projects.

Kate Marks MBA, MA, BA, CharteredFCIPD, Women in Property, Assoc, RIBA, Assoc. AIA, BNI – BIFM L5/6 tutor - Managing Director of Evolution Human Resources, London, - HR Consultancy responsible for outsourcing human resources work of all types within architecture, design and construction community.

Geoff Prudence B.Eng (Hons), C. Eng, FCIBSE, MBIFM, BIFM L5/L6 tutor - is a Chartered Building Services Engineer and widely known for actively championing the need for effective maintenance strategy and driving improved standards of delivery in the built environment, including strong influence on practical design solutions. Over many years he has been involved on boards, as a council member of institutions, various advisory panels and working groups specialising in property, FM and building services, including CIBSE Guide M for maintenance. More recently he is actively engaging with all parties to strive for collaborative solutions in the Building Services/FM sector to ‘Make Buildings work effectively’. This has included a range of initiatives and activities through FMA, BIFM, RICS and other industry leading developments.
He has been actively involved with CIBSE for over 20 years, is a Fellow of the Institution and has been Chairman of the CIBSE FM Group since 2005. In 2009 he was awarded the Silver Medal by CIBSE for services to the Institution and Industry.

As well as specialising in building service maintenance strategy and standards, he has qualifications and wide experience in adult learning, coaching and leadership mentoring, actively developing FM, and building services industry through universities, training courses and other forums at a senior level.
His wide experience in private and public sector at senior lead/Director level includes business transformation with the banking sector, critical environments, large property portfolios, Transport/Rail Infrastructure, Local Authorities, District /Regional Government and Education sector, including UCL- London’s Global University.

Barrie Jervis BA(Hons), FCII, FCIArb, DipICArb and Chartered Insurance Practitioner, International Shipping School course leader, is a vocational member of Lloyd's. Barrie started work at Lloyd’s in 1961 adjusting marine and aviation claims for a small Lloyd’s syndicate and was claims manager and deputy underwriter for various syndicates from 1968 until 1988 when he became a director of a Lloyd's Underwriting Agency. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He holds their diploma in International Commercial Arbitration and acts as arbitrator and expert witness for insurance and related cases. He lectures at London Metropolitan University and on our postgraduate and Maritime courses. His latest book on marine insurance (Reeds Marine Insurance published by Adlard Coles) was published in September 2005.

Raouf Nobeebux MSc MBCS CertEd Dip RSA, Business and Management course leader, with over 20 years  experience in the field of IT, Business, Management, Training, Consultancy and Accountancy. Experience in setting up and managing a business. Experience as examiner and moderator of a range of Computing, ICT and Business Management qualifications in the UK. Currently development manager and consultant of own consulting company, IBT Consult Ltd.

Bartley Culverwell MBA, MSc, BSc FRAi, Director of Studies, has a wide experience in management and teaching at all levels. His last post was as Associate Head of the University of Greenwich Business School. He is External Examiner for International Marketing Management at Bournemouth University.

William Simper FICS, tutor in international trade L4 and maritime management L5, was elected as a member of the Council of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers made considerable contribution to its growth and expansion. At United Molasses (Trading) Company Limited was appointed Technical Manager, General Manager of London Cargo Consultants Limited and United Molasses Laboratory. Responsible for the technical operation of the fleet,all of their surveying needs and running the laboratory system in the UK and Belgium. United Molasses was thelargest molasses trading house in the world, with global coverage engaging voyage, time and bareboat chartered ships for its core product needs.

College Resources

1) Lending library for home study. 2) Cafeteria with hot and cold snacks and drinks.  3) Guided tours arranged to places of special interest. 4) WI-FI, PC'c and printing facilities.

Computer Resources - Hardware

1) PC's running Microsoft Windows 7 with a range of up-to-date software.

2) All PC's are networked using ethernet on a fast 100mbps backbone with a direct link to the internet. Students have access to ICP packages along with the a range of research facilities available on the Internet.

3) A complement of printers supporting graphical and text output.

4) Computer Resources - Software Languages: C, Visual C++, Java, Visual Basic, .Net. Development Packages: SQL, Macromedia Dreamweaver. Application Packages: Word, Excel, Access.  Software developers are regularly updating their applications and the college has a policy of acquiring the latest versions of current software available.

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