Innovations in Education

Blended Education and Commercial

While providing technical support to approximately one thousand students with their creative projects in 2018, behind the establishment (UEL) University of East London Digital Fabrication Lab (DFUEL) training centre within ACE Architecture, Computing, Engineering and the ARTS, with trusted partners including Autodesk Design Academy and Leica Geosystems 3D laser scanners.

Note of Thanks

Example final year student under course lead architect working for Zaha Hadid Architects, returning from summer in Cuba surveying historic buildings, file standards redundancy and compatibility issues between leading industry software programs, found workflow to laser cut, Saving group project and delivered on time.

Improving Health and safety, Due to lower birth rate and consequential cutbacks, 15 technical staff reduced to two, the other an ex student working on his own project. Union concerned of further job losses and management covering themselves legally, department knowing the safety issues in a school that teaches architecture, having previously had inadequate work carried out by contractors the lowest bidder and student projects allowed to cut corners before I arrived.

Improving Educational Outcomes

2021 the launch of the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) TTAP Factory (Tamana Technology & Animation Production Factory), The most advanced blended education and commercial facility in animation in the Caribbean and Central American region. Requested to 3D printed the presentation model of the founder of UTT Professor Kenneth S. Julien.

Watch link Wendy Fitzwilliams present the Official Launch of TTAP Factory, Received Special Thanks in the Credits for supporting the Launch.

An outsourcing centre for audio-visual, and digital services for the entertainment and ICT sectors, Providing employment to graduates of BFA in Digital Media Arts and promoting economic growth for SME businesses, with support from the Inter-American Development Bank.

Met the first person with Autism to be allowed to enter a degree level program solely based on talent and ability, who went on to graduate.

Secondry education

Sent into struggling secondary school in area of London where Sir John Ives HonFREng RDI chief design officer for Apple inc was raised, transforming educational outcomes, servicing and demonstrating workshop equipment, one of best pieces of design equipment had not worked for 7 years and within 15 min back operational, repairing students only pair of shoes and supervised expelled students caught in possession and supply of Cannabis allowed to take their final practical exams.

Royal Charter: The Gold Standard: industry

Commissioned by Peter Taylor MBE who was the director of training at The Worshipful Company of GOLDSMITHS', two papers one on CAD terminology and the other a Software Matrix which where combined and published as a industry white paper in 2005 industry reference book held in university libraries around the World, and cited by the World Gold Council. (Global Industry and education) equivalent to PhD.

Using practical industry experience designed to reduce the steep learning curve by demystify the technical terminology associated with the 3D industry, the jewellery industry was an early adopter of aesthetic digital design, precision engineering and AM Additive manufacturing (3D printing), termed as disruptive technology which helped quietly revolutionise the industry, following the publication The GOLDSMITHS' Centre link was established to provide training and workshop spaces.

Page 16 of tech white paper on CAD: Cherry blossom illustration from Visit to Chiyoda City, Tokyo Japan.

Accredited Supplier The GOLDSMITHS’ Centre

The GOLDSMITHS' Centre, the UK's leading charity for the professional training of Goldsmiths, offering Silversmithing and jewellery courses in London.

modeled for DAVID MORRIS London New Bond Street

The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths', commonly known as The GOLDSMITHS' Company, are one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies founders of the City of London, which received its first Royal Charter in 1327 giving it the authority to uphold the Silver and Gold standards.

London Assay Office, Unique Laser Hallmarks carrying the Makers Marks.

The statutory function of the Company continues as consumer protection through the operations of The Goldsmiths' Company Assay Office. All items sold within the UK with elements of gold, silver, platinum or palladium are legally required to be tested by an assay office laboratory and hallmarked, Other responsibilities of Assay Office London include the annual examination of coins manufactured by the Royal Mint, and hold the Chancellor to account described as the trial of the Pyx.

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