Paul has taught OCR's A Level in ICT, GCSE in ICT, GCSE in Computer Science and A Level in Computer Science amongst many other qualifications and his students achieved consistently outstanding results.When Paul is not working, you will find him enjoying time with his wife, son and daughter, spending time with friends and family, watching good quality television such as Homeland, or taking part in adrenalin filled activities such as white water rafting, sky diving and theme parks!
Paul was also a Principal Examiner for the AQA Level 3 Technicals qualification and was an integral part of the core development team for the new AQA GCSE in Computer Science.
His contributions to both books were considerable, including the whole set of practical chapters to the AS book, and chapters 3, 4 and 6 for the A2 book as well as a vast array of dynamic learning resources on the Hodder Dynamic Learning resources: Paul's main focus is now on providing Computer Science learning resources, including for the NEA, and training to schools across the UK and internationally.
Students will prepare for and pitch their own business proposal that they developed in Unit 2.
Alongside developing a brand identity, students will investigate how to best prepare their product and then plan and prepare their pitch.
Finally, there is a video on recursion, in which I explain how the factorial, palindrome and prime factorisation programs work.
If you prefer to use a local IDE, you can download these programs.IU recognizes many British-style Advanced Level exams and International Baccalaureate higher-level exams when awarding credit. Remember that my solution is just one of a number of possible solutions, and I don't claim that it's necessarily the best one.Paul is very active in his local community and is currently a Town Councillor.Subject: Information and Communication Technology Level: OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technicals Introductory Diploma in IT Exam Board: OCR Location: Y Pant & Bryn Celynnog What is the course about?He owns a caravan so spends a lot of time on holiday and also enjoys skiing holidays and anywhere where the sun shines!Most important to Paul is his faith in Jesus Christ and he is a member of Real Life Church in Sutton Coldfield.Students will learn about the techniques businesses use to understand their market and develop their products, investigate what makes a product viable and understand how businesses attract and retain customers.They will also learn about key aspects of small businesses, including ownership and functional activities. From this they will create a researched and costed business proposal.The OCR National in ICT Level 3 Certificate is graded Distinction, Merit or Pass and the UCAS equivalent is as follows: Career Opportunities/Additional Information The course is intended to be of interest to a wide range of candidates; those wishing to study a Higher Education course or those wishing to pursue a career in ICT or a career where ICT plays an important part.Brief Outline of the Course and Method of Assessment The course is modular and is assessed internally (moderately externally), there is no exam.