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Honours & Awards

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Department for Transport Bus Open Data Consultant
Following on from my work in the summer of 2018 working with bus open data, I was asked by the Department for Transport to provide feedback on the upcoming national bus open data website. I provided feedback via video call and shared my desktop screen remotely. I was asked to perform a selection of different tasks around the site and I provided feedback on any areas I thought could be improved.

World Class School - World class student ambassador
While at UTC Reading, I was selected by my college Principal to join a select team of students to bid for a World Class Schools quality mark; a task which can only be achieved by the students. During the process we had to work to strict time constraints and work harmoniously as a team to produce the bid document and a supporting video. We have since found out our application has been successful, earning UTC Reading a World Class School quality mark.
 

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  • Specially selected by college Principal to join a select team of students from all year groups in the college.
  • Worked harmoniously as a team to create a video and written document to bid for the award. 
  • I took the lead in the film editing, ensuring I produced a video professional video matching all aspects of the submission requirements and within the strict time scale.
  • The award could only be earnt by the students, as such we worked unaided and independently from teachers or management.
  • We won the prestigious award for the college.
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MOS 4 Nations and World Championship
In 2017, I qualified for the UK & Ireland MOS 4 Nations Championship, a competition which tested contestants from across the UK at their proficiency of using Microsoft Office. In the Nationals I came 1st place in PowerPoint 2016 beating off 40,000 competitors. I then went on to represent the UK & Ireland in America, for the world championship- where I came in at 7th place. 

The Brilliant Club
In 2017, I participated in the "Brilliant Club" program, which tasked me to write a university grade assignment on using machine learning (specifically K-means clustering) to sort a heterogeneous assortment of coins based upon their weight and diameter. As part of the program I learnt how to code K-means clustering in Octave with great success; a language which I had not used prior but quickly learnt. I obtained a First in the assignment, learning key skills such as referencing, structuring, researching and self-teaching.

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