Neil Brighton - Deputy Head of HE, Apprenticeship and Network Academy

I have been teaching at the college on a wide range of courses, in FE for fifteen years and recently accepted the deputy head of HE and Networking Academy post in the Computer Science department. I am looking forward to the new challenges that this will bring. I studied on the BSc Hons degree in Networking and Security in 2015 where I achieved a 2:1. I ensure that I keep up-to-date with the latest in cyber security and networking, as this is my area of expertise.

Glynn Bolton - Lecturer

Glynn has worked at Leeds City College since 2001 where he has taught a wide range of computing related subjects and levels. These have included entry level IT to part time students, computer games design and 3D animation courses to school leavers, and a wide range of modules such as programming and networking to foundation degree students. He has been involved in and supported the creation and validation processes for the foundation degree courses and describes the best part of working at Leeds City College as being the opportunity to develop new skills and teach new subjects regularly.

Wendi Adams - Lecturer

I have been teaching for seven years and have twelve years of industry experience ranging over many sectors. Preceding my teaching I worked in the banking, ISP, insurance, manufacturing and retail sectors. I enjoy passing this knowledge and experience along to my students; I now like reading and keeping my skills up-to-date for as many sectors as I can. I hold a degree with Hons in Multimedia Design and a Masters in Electronic Business.

Jim Diockou - Lecturer

My background is in humanities with a BA in Philosophy, Sociology and Psychology. My areas of interest include Mathematical modelling of the trade-off between performance and security in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET), Robotic Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (RANET).