Head of Curriculum for Sport and Public Services
My name is Liz and I am the Head of Curriculum for Sport and Public Services here at the College.
I am really pleased you’ve found your way to this part of the website – if you’re someone who is passionate about sport, or making a difference in your community, then one of our programmes could definitely be for you! We have a wonderful team of dedicated staff within the department who are all experts in their fields; you can read more about them in the ‘who’s who’ below.
On behalf of all the team, we look forward to meeting you soon and welcoming you to NHC!
Deputy Head of Curriculum for Sport and Public Services
Hello, my name is Emma and I am the Deputy Head of Curriculum for Sports and Public Services here at the college. My role is to assist with the day-to-day running of the department as well as teach and support the delivery of programmes across the department. My background is in sport, having previously worked as a strength and conditioning coach, but I have a keen interest in criminology, politics and love a good crime documentary. I look forward to meeting you soon!
Deputy Head of Sport, Public Services, Business, and Travel & Tourism
My name is Georgie Burns, and I teach on our Protective Services qualifications. My aim is to create a fun learning environment by prioritising the student experience for my groups. During my free time, I volunteer as a Special Constable with Hertfordshire Constabulary, supporting the constabulary by tackling crime and protecting our community. Being a Constable allows me to offer real-life insight for our students by helping them through the application and selection process for their intended destinations.
Hi, my name is James and I’m one of two Success Coaches at NHC working within the Public Services and Sports department. My goal is to make sure that you as students succeed academically whilst also gaining knowledge on our Bridge programme, learning skills that will help you grow as an individual and prepare you for your next steps. I also like to prioritise the mental health of the students over the academic year and will regularly have one-to-one catch-ups with you to make sure you’re on track to succeed and are doing okay.
Public Services Tutor
Hi, I’m Dan, and I’m one of the Protective Services tutors here at the College. I recently left my role as a Police Constable in the Met. Having been based in one of the busiest policing boroughs in London, I gained a lot of insight into the job which I am able to pass on to my students. I’m very passionate about not just ensuring students achieve their qualification, but also preparing them for the start of their careers in the Public Services.