David Seddon

Curriculum Manager HE and Digital Apprenticeships

David Seddon


David successfully ran his own business for several years before changing careers into computer technician and web developer.

After completing his degree at Blackpool && the Fylde College in 2003 he progressed into teaching part time web technology classes.

In 2009 he completed his MSc in Multimedia and eLearning at Huddersfield University, where he explored the development of reusable learning objects.

Since 2015 I have held the position of curriculum manager for higher education, including higher and degree apprenticeships. This role involves managing and coordinating the wide range of programmes delivered within the curriculum, including the higher and degree apprenticeships that have been validated by the department.

Expert In...

Project planning
The evolving landscape of digital education

Qualifications and Accolades

BSc Information Technology
MSc Multimedia and eLearning

Industry Background

Several years’ experience running own business
Computer technician
Web Developer
Curriculum Development

Professional Activities

Associate Member of the British Computer Society
Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator
T level Digital Technical Education Advisory Board
Member BCS Apprenticeship Provider Panel

Why B&FC?

Following several years running my own business in the late eighties I decided on a career change into IT.

As I didn’t have any technical qualification at this time I decided to retrain and embarked on my A levels in computing at Blackpool and the Fylde College. This developed my passion for technical education which led me onto a computing degree at the college.

Following a few short years in industry I later returned to teach web development at the college that started my technological career.


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