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I offer private tuition and grinds in Maths (from 3rd-level to Higher Leaving Cert to Primary School Levels), Physics and 3rd-Level Structural Engineering.
I am a Leaving Cert Higher Level Maths Tutor with an organisation called Project Sums, which Senator Lynn Ruane is involved with. Tuition is held on a weekly basis during the school year in a few centres around Dublin including Trinity College.
I hope to tutor the Chartered Structural Engineering exam candidates in April, 2020 in TUD, Bolton Street for their July exam.
I have a Masters in Advanced Structural Engineering from Imperial College London (2016), a 1:1 Degree in Civil Engineering from NUI, Galway and an MBA (Masters in Business) from Smurfit Business School UCD, Blackrock. I am both a Chartered Structural Engineer with The Institution of Structural Engineers in London and a Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland.
I have over 25 years’ general experience, mainly in the design of building structures. I have worked in both Dublin & London. I have worked for TCD.
My tutoring philosophy involves patience, yet persistence. If it’s not working one way, let’s work at it together. If it’s still not working that way, let’s try another avenue.
Words ex-colleagues have used to describe me in the past would include a good communicator, personable, organised, enthusiastic, positive and a good listener.
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