Mr Mark Rhodes

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  • Qualifications:BSc (Hons), MSc, PgCertRM, DipEd, MBCS, MSET.
  • Position:Associate Lecturer & Assessor
  • Department:Faculty of Environment and Technology (FET)
  • Telephone:+4411732 82122
  • Social media: LinkedIn logo

About me

Having spent almost 15 years in the Frontline NHS and Private Ambulance services as a Paramedic, in 2012 I decided a change in career was needed, I enjoyed working on computers, so that was the path that I chose.

I undertook an undergraduate degree at the University of Gloucestershire in Forensic Computing and Multimedia Web Design and most recently a Masters degree in Information Technology at the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol.

I have a keen interest in all aspects relating to the 1986 incident at The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (Ukraine) and the abandoned city of Pripyat.

I am a PhD Doctoral Student at the University of Gloucestershire on the Cyber and Technical Computing degree programme, I am aiming to finish my research in/around September 2026.

Successfully complted the Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods, allowing me to progress freely onto my Research projects and begin writing my thesis over the next couple of years.

Area of expertise

Business Information Technology, Systems Analysis and Database Design, Web Development, Programming and Software Development, Project Management and Professional Issues, Mobile Application Development, Multimedia Application Development, Software Quality Assurance, Advanced Concepts in Web Design, Digital Web Marketing, Intelligent Vision Systems, Human Computer Interaction, Digital Design and Development, Information Security, Social Media and Web Science, Linked, Open Data and the Internet of Things, Strategy and Governance in IT, Project Management.

Module Tutor for:
Web Development & Databases,
Intoduction to Databases,
Principles of Programming,
Information Practioners Foundations,
Masters Projects and Dissertations Marking.
Social Media & Web Science


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