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Pender - Political Scientist - Sheerness ME12, UK

Kevin Pender

Sheerness ME12, UK


Political Scientist


Constitutions, political systems and ideologies.

Work History

Teacher of Functional Skills at Swale PRU

Swale PRU

March 2013 - May 2013

Sheppey, Kent.

Lecturer in English and Maths

Canterbury College

Up to October 2012

College, Canterbury,

Co-ordinator and lecturer of AS and A2 Sociology

English] at Canterbury

Co-ordinator and lecturer

Open University

on 'Skillpower' course for students with profound and complex needs.

Associate lecturer with the Open University on DD100 (Introduction to Social Sciences).

1997-98 Temporary agency employment.

Work study engineer

Vickers Limited

Production engineer

Kentinental Engineering Limited

Technical/Engineering planner

Employment at the naval base was initially a four year engineering apprenticeship followed by employment in an engineering capacity on warships including weapons systems and nuclear submarines for six years. The final two years of employment were in the capacity of Technical/Engineering planner.

Qualifications & Certifications

Government and Politics

University of Greenwich

International Relations

University of Kent

South Bank University

Social Sciences

Kent College Chatham

St. John's

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