PGC Teaching & Learning MSc CPM
Department of the Built Environment, Carlow Campus
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Following an early career as a Carpenter/Joiner, Mr Harte has worked in all aspects of the construction industry over a 30 year career. He returned to part-time education and gained two Degrees in Site Management and Project Management. As senior Project Manager he oversaw everything from one house private builds to multimillion euro projects, taking full responsibility for the build, drawings, engineering and sign off of the project. After joining IT Carlow he undertook and Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning and the following year a Masters of Science in Construction Project Management, doing his dissertation and research on the education of undergraduate students in the Construction Sector. As part of his CPD he has done numerous short courses in Level 9 Certificate in GIS, Passive Haus Consultant, ISBEM, Health and Safety Officer, Workplace First Aid, and IES. Having developed, written and delivered a BSc in Energy Management (Buildings) he has supervised numerous thesis' for both full-time and part-time students of a variety of topics in both the Energy Sector and the Construction Sector at Level 7, 8 & 9.
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- Publications AND OUTPUTS
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Academic and Research Experience
Prior to joining I T Carlow worked for FAS as an Instructor in Carpentry and Joinery and also as a second level Teacher in Construction studies and Technical Drawing. Joined Carlow in 2007 and has lectured at levels 7, 8 and 9 across a number of topics/modules in both Construction and Engineering. Has carried out basic research for class preparation and COD courses and would like to do PHD research on Energy and the New Energy Sector especially on the renewable Energies and Nuclear Power.
Publications and Outputs
Has supervised numerous thesis' for both full-time and part-time students of a variety of topics in both the Energy Sector and the Construction Sector at levels 7, 8 and 9 between the years 2010-2017.