Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance
Andrew is a Chartered accountant (ACCA) and has an MSc from London South Bank University. He joined the University of Chichester in August 2012. Andrew has an enviable wealth of experience in accounting practice, having spent years providing tax advice for individuals and corporate bodies, offering consultancy services and preparing statutory and management accounts for clients. Andrew began his academic career as a lecturer on ACCA courses where he specialised in Taxation, and Financial management. Over the years Andrew has taught many other courses including Edexcel, BTEC and MBA.
Prior to joining the University of Chichester, Andrew was a Lecturer at the Royal Docks Business School at the University of East London (UEL), where he was a module leader for Financial Accounting and also taught many cohorts of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Andrew is currently studying for his post graduate certificate in learning and teaching and is continuously broadening his horizons and giving his students the best learning experience.
LEARNING AND TEACHING INTERESTS
Andrew’s main areas of teaching include taxation, financial accounting and corporate governance.
Since starting the Post graduate certificate in learning and teaching, Andrew has been particularly interested in developing ways to enhance students learning experience using effective assessment and feedback.
RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY
Andrew has a research interest in corporate governance in charities, especially small and medium-sized charities in third world countries. His main interest in this area is investigation into how charities are funded, governed and controlled.
INDICATIVE EXAMPLES OF CONSULTANCY WORK AND PUBLICATIONS
Andrew has been involved in consultancy work for small charities and small and medium-sized firms mainly in the areas of Taxation and Financial resources management. Mainly, Andrew has been assisting these charities in sourcing for funding, assessing the financial viability of projects and complying with the requirements of the charities commission and the Government’s Gift aid scheme.