Head of Curriculum for Sport and Public Services.
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 Sport and Public Services, and Course Team Leader- BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Protective Services.
My role is to assist with the day to day running of the department as well as course team lead on the Level 2 Public Services programme. My background is originally in sport, previously working 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.
Course Team Leader- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Protective Services. Year 1.
My name is Georgie Burns, and I am a Public/ Protective Services Course Team Leader. 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 my community. Being a Constable allows me to offer a real-life insight for our students by helping them through the application and selection process for their intended destinations.
Course Team Leader- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Protective Services. Year 2.
Standby, Standby! I’m Bonz, one of the course team leaders delivering the Uniformed Public Services Course here. I have a military career spanning 15years in the regular Army as a Sergeant serving in the Infantry, involving many an interesting moment and specialising in surveillance. Since leaving the Army I have been delivering the Public Services course across a range of levels and have spent weekends as a DofE expedition assessor. Always enjoying the great outdoors!
My role is to make sure that you as students succeed academically whilst also gaining knowledge on our employability programme titled ‘The Bridge’. The Bridge Programme is in place to help you grow as an individual and prepare you for your next steps. My role also includes looking after students pastorally, holding regular one-to-one catch-ups with you to make sure you’re on track to succeed and are feeling okay.
BTEC Level 1 Diploma in Sport and Active Leisure
Currently completing a PGCE in Further Education, I’ve recently graduated from university with a Sports Studies degree. I’ve always wanted to be a teacher ever since I left school. I thrive off seeing my students succeed inside the classroom. I plan to complete a master’s degree in sports nutrition in the coming years. I look forward to teaching the next cohort of students who walk through our doors and helping them all achieve their full academic potential