Teaching has always been a lifelong career passion. I was trained as a teacher of Electronics and Electrical Engineering Technology at the University of Technology, in the West Indies, completed in June 1995. In England, I have worked as a Software Engineer, Computer Hardware Engineer, and ICT teacher for many years in the past. After a few business startups, I retrained in preparation to return to teach the New Computing Curriculum. I completed a BSc in Information Technology and Business Information Systems at Middlesex University in June 2014. I then completed a Master's Degree in Education (STEM) at Brunel University in July 2019. I was then awarded The British Computing Teaching Training Scholarship by the British Computer Society (BCS) funded by the Department for Education (DfE) to pursue a Postgraduate Certificate (PGCE) with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) at KIng's College London, which I have completed in June 2021. Since September 2021, I have been employed by Ada National College of Digital Skills as a full-time Teacher of Computer Science.