Trent Ernest Hammond
Subjects: Business//Biology/Economics/HPE//English////Mathematics A
State: New South Wales
Other place of employment: The University of New South Wales, Western Sydney University, and Charles Sturt University
Trent Hammond enjoys teaching, mentoring, and working with students from all types of demographic and socioeconomic backgrounds within and outside of Australia. He teaches science; mathematics; business; English; biology; economics; personal development, health, and physical education; and legal studies to year 11 and 12 students. Trent has a keen interest in mental health research and works with NSW Health and charities, for example, the Child Abuse Prevention Service, to better outcomes for Australians. He is employed as an Academic Teacher for the University of Western Sydney and teaches Indigenous students at several Australian universities, including The University of Sydney and Charles Sturt University. Further information may be provided regarding Trent's qualifications and background upon request.
Trent enjoys teaching students in-person, in group settings, and online using a variety of technologies, including Skype, Imparo's interactive online conferencing platform, telephone, and email. He encourages students to take charge of their tutoring sessions and to ask questions, as this is the best way to enhance learning and engagement. Trent's skills include: Quantitative and qualitative research; Written and verbal numeracy/literacy; Analytical and problem-solving; Professional relationships; Attention to detail; Teaching students from diverse linguistic, ethnic, and academic backgrounds; Equal Employment Opportunity; Work, Health and Safety; Ethical Practice; and Ethnic Affairs Priorities Statements; and Organisation and time management.
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