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My CV

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You may prefer to review my profile before exploring my CV.

I’ve provided my CV in bite sized chunks, so you can pick and choose which parts are of most interest to you. The only thing I haven’t included here are my full contact details. This is for security reasons so I’d be grateful if you could use my contact form to get in touch with me. This works, and I check my e-mail frequently so you can be sure I’ll get back to you.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - What I did best, where I did it, and who I did it to

KEY PROJECTS - No moon rockets in there, but I’ve worked on some interesting jobs.

RECENT WORK - I wish there was more of this, maybe you can help?

EDUCATION, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS GAINED - All about my time at the UOL!

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Some real “Boy’s Own” stuff in here (or is there?)

REFEREES - Again, for security reasons, I won’t name names on this web site. If you send me a message using my contact form, then I’ll be glad to send you a copy of my CV in Word or PDF format, with all of these included.

Encephawhat?

Encephalitis - it really sucks.

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Georgi contracted encephalitis and fell into a coma in the summer of 2007. He’s a strong boy and survived, but he suffered brain damage and still can’t walk or talk (well, not very well - but he does try). He’s growing all the time and every penny we collect goes towards his upkeep, and towards his future care requirements.

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