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Warren Earle

Warren Earle

Lecturer

Biography

Warren is a lecturer in computing in the Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies, he is a module leader for multiple networking and cybersecurity units at undergraduate and masters level.

He is currently studying for his PhD in Live Audio Wireless Networks at Solent University, where he received his Postgraduate Diploma in Software Engineering and has BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from what is now Plymouth University formally Polytechnic South West.

He started his career in research and development of electronics sensors, embedded systems and wireless industrial networks at various commercial organisations and the University of Southampton.

He works closely with the university education partners including Cisco Systems with 15 years experience as a qualified Cisco Network Academy Instructor and also with the EC Council as a cyber security instructor and is a Fellow of AdvanceHE (the Higher Education Academy).

Taught courses

BSc (Hons) Computing

Gain the key skills to enter a fascinating career in software engineering or the general technology industry on this employability-focused computing degree.

BSc (Hons) Software Engineering

Do you have a passion for programming? Want to study a degree that can lead to a varied career in the IT industry? Solent’s software engineering programme offers a broad range...

BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Management

Want to protect the world from hackers, viruses and cyber-attacks? This practical degree course enables you develop the in-demand skills to kick start a fantastic career in...