Looking for your next talent acquisition?

I’m looking for a job and I’m a talented guy. I’m a fast learner and I’ve built up a bank of strong skills over time.

Dan Course - Project Management CV
Dan Course – Project Management CV

I co-built a SME the creative digital sector and then sold my share. I’ve spent time running Apprenticeship workshops on a digital unit, co-led seminars for 100+ University students and have given up my time to mentor 6th formers in their business challenge.

I can code in the full LAMP stack competently and use different frameworks commercially, I can code front-end (CSS/JS) very well and commercially use a variety of frameworks. See my coding skills too on my portfolio.

I am very confident with project managing digital projects in Agile or waterfall and I’m great at taking a project from zero to “what’s actually needed”.

I’m a confident and effective  networker, good at making presentations, able to “soft” sell, can explain any technology to anyone and I’m personable.

So… anyone want me as their next Talent Acquisition? I’m not usually this “forward”, but you kinda’ need to be when you’re job hunting and keep writing the same things over and over again!

I’m looking for a job in the Midlands ** leading or being part of a team delivering special digital projects.

Contact me on hello@dancourse.co.uk, twitter.com/dancourse to talk or for my various CV’s.

Thanks for your time.

Dan Course

** Around the Coventry, Warwick, Leamington Spa, Rugby, Kenilworth, Nuneaton, Solihull area, I’m happy to travel on occasion or work some remote time (ie. for London).

Bristol Young Student of the Year Awards

 

Developing young peoples’ employability skills by giving them real business experience and the confidence to achieve

I’m excited to be invited to attend the the BYT awards next week at the Mall, Bristol. It’s a brilliant competition in the second year of running. Here’s a mug shot of all the entrants this year,

Bristol Young Talent Awards
Bristol Young Talent Awards

Last year I made time to mentor a group of 16yr olds lads, their challenge was to make a smartphone app for the Bloodhound project which was fun for learning. Their solution was great, a little racing game where the more questions you answered correctly, the faster the bloodhound went.

This year, we’re all expecting bigger things, I promise to report back on Bristol’s young talent showcase after the event.

http://bristolyoungtalent-eorg.eventbrite.co.uk/