|About Adam Brough
I began my vocation in September 2003 as an apprentice installation and maintenance electrician in the Estates Department at Bradford College where I successfully completed an advanced modern apprenticeship programme. After completing my A levels I opted for an apprenticeship with a view to becoming a tradesman. I served my time as an electrician in July 2007 where I continued full time employment as an electrician for a further six months.
In March 2008, after realising my potential in the construction and engineering industry, I decided on a change securing full time employment in the Further Education (FE) sector as an Assessor/Trainer within the Lifelong Learning Sector (LLS) of the same education provider. I was initially responsible for evaluating the practical assessments of the competency based qualifications and the on site assessment and portfolio building of employed construction and engineering apprentices by means of national vocational qualifications (NVQ’s).
In September 2009, I was appointed a full time lecturing position within the Department of Engineering. I am primarily responsible for the quality of provision of the Electrical Power, Installation and Engineering qualifications by facilitating learning on modern apprenticeship schemes, full time and part time provision from entry level to higher education.