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Peter Brooks


I have lived in Blidworth since 2002.
I was employed by West Nottinghamshire College for some time, as a remote tutor, and then worked for a training provider. I was delivering training to the post graduate sector in a variety of subjects. I am also a qualified Basic Skills Tutor. Government funding moves caused both positions to become redundant.
As a professional member of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) I set up my own business to deliver training in both Food Hygiene and Health & Safety as my main two subjects.
I became involved in Blidworth village affairs soon after arriving here and eventually joined the Parish Council. I have now served as a Parish Councillor for just over 3 years and as Chair to the Parish Council for 2½ years. I take a keen interest of all aspects of the village being involved in many development aspects and the organisation of events.
My experience in the post graduate educational arena has hopefully given me the skills, knowledge and background that will benefit Mr Walker, the teaching and support staff in their Continual Professional Development. I am keen to support Blidworth Oaks as I believe this is a forward thinking school with excellent academic facilities, which is constantly looking at ways to improve those social and academic skills of the children.
As a fully qualified teacher I have full membership of the Institute for Learning. I am therefore conversant with teaching practices and procedures and the requirement to show differentiation in teaching methods.
These are the reasons I have applied to become a school governor.

Link Governor Role - Health and Safety

Governor Start Date - 01/09/2015
Governor End Date - 31/08/2019

Register of Business Interests 2016-17 - None declared

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