Co-Founder of Rubadub Events. I launched my own Reggae student night in 2012 whilst at University. The company still runs successfuly and has expanded its events to London as well as it's origin of Manchester.
Manager at ‘The Hotbox Diner’ at Glastonbury Festival 2014. To enable me to drive the 18 foot hotbox trailer it was essential to complete and pass at short notice, the Category B+E License driver training course for car + trailer, which I did. I was also responsible for planning the logistics of travelling to and from the festival as well as co-ordinating the setting up of the pitch on-site. I held front of house throughout the festival, promoted a strong morale with the staff during the constant pressure and ensured the smooth running of the first successful festival for the Hotbox Diner. I also successfully took up the same role at Barefoot Festival and High Rise day festival.
Events Management (BA)
2 A levels and 1 As Level
This qualification is to provide learners with knowledge of health and safety principles relevant to any work environment and covers the subject areas highlighted by the Health and Safety Executive as essential to the development, promotion and maintenance of safe working practices and procedures in the workplace. http://biiab.bii.org/qualifications/qualification-AHSW
This qualification provides good practice guidance and legal information to music promoters, it also promotes responsibility and raises standards within the industry. It
This qualification is aimed at anyone who wishes to work in licensed premises where alcohol is sold. You will look at licensing authorities; at the responsibilities of the personal license holder; police powers; rights of entry; specific prohibitions; strengths of alcoholic drinks; responsible retail of alcohol; and the protection of children from harm. http://biiab.bii.org/qualifications/qualification-APLH