Education

Degree Level: 2012 – Present, Product Design Engineering, Loughborough University, Loughborough

Modules Studied:
Part A  (67.5%)                                                                           Part B (67.5%)
Engineering Science 1                                                               Statistics
Materials and Manufacturing Processes                              Software Engineering
Product Design (Ergonomics and Visualisation)                Engineering Science 2
Manufacturing Design                                                              Manufacturing Management
Mathematics for Manufacturing Engineering                     Industrial Design
Integrating Studies                                                                    Design of Machine Elements
Electronics and Electrical Technology                                  Manufacturing Technology
                                                                                                        Application of Product Design
Part C   (Currently averaging 76%)                                        Engineering Management &
Organisation Structure & Strategy                                            Modelling
International Project Management
Product Innovation Management
Product Design
Sustainable Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing for Product Development
Healthcare Engineering
Engineering Management, Finance, Quality and Law

A Levels:  2010 – 2012 Glyn Technology school, Epsom

Biology AS (B), Chemistry AS (B), Mathematics A level (B), Further Mathematics A level (C) 3D Product Design A level (B)

GCSEs:  2005– 2010 Rosebery School, Epsom

Mathematics (A*), Science (A*), Additional Science (A*), Technology: Resistant Materials (A*), Art and Design (A), Music (A), French (A), Spanish (A), English Language (B), English Literature (B)

Work Experience

August 2015 to August 2015 – Research Associate, University of Birmingham

I am completed a summer placement at the University of Birmingham within the Biomedical Engineering department. I assisted a PhD student whose project is to develop a new material to replace the human bladder after trauma or cancer. My work involved mechanical testing of porcine bladders in order to gain a better understanding of the bladders viscoelastic properties. To carry out this research I was awarded a Biomedical Vacation Scholarship from the Wellcome trust.

June 2014 to July 2015 – Industrial Placement Student, Alstom Power

I carried out a placement in Alstom, spending time within the Materials and Chemistry department and the Industrial Steam Turbine department. My role included planning and carrying out investigations into different materials, performing statistical analysis on current materials data, some finite element analysis of steam turbine components, creating performance models for steam cycles and writing both lab reports and technical notes.

August 2013 to September 2013 – Customer Service Assistant, Sitel

Duties involved:
Calling National Lottery Customers with regard to a change in the Lottery

Skills obtained:
Broadened customer service and communication skills
Improved telephone manner

September 2010 to September 2013 – Customer Service Assistant, Sainsburys

Duties involved:
Counting and handling money
Serving customers
Solving problems and dealing with complaints in the Customer Service Desk
Training new colleagues

Skills obtained:
Broadened customer service and communication skills
Developed problem solving skills
Team work skills and ability to work with a wide variety of personalities and ages

July 2009 and June 2011 – Architecture Department Work Experience Student, Atkins

Duties involved:
Design of stairwells on CAD software
Manufacture of both foam and professional architectural models

Skills obtained:
Ability to work in and communicate with a multidisciplinary team

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