Peter Carroll

Senior Lecturer

School of Engineering and the Built Environment
0121 331 5449

Peter is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Engineering, Design and Manufacturing Systems.

In 1970 Peter Carroll became an indentured technical apprentice for Rolls Royce (Coventry), during the thirteen years He worked for the company he was employed as a draughtsman and technical support engineer in the design office. Peter was employed for three years in the quality department dealing mainly with supplier quality assurance.

In 1986 Peter joined GEC Turbine Generators (Rugby) as a quality engineer, investigating technical failures and auditing suppliers to ISO 9000, this involved the preparation and presentation of many reports to executive management, including quality cost analyses.

In 1987 Peter commenced a full time academic career at Coventry Technical College where he was a Senior Lecturer responsible for the Chartered Quality Institute courses and the National Certificate in Engineering (Mechanical/Manufacturing and Aeronautical Studies).

Peter has taught a variety of subjects involving Quality Assurance Management, Statistical Process Control, Mechanical Science, Engineering Drawing and Mathematics for Engineers. These subjects have been part of both HE/FE courses including Higher National Diplomas through to City & Guilds.

He was also Vice-Chairman of the Health and Safety Committee. He has also prepared and submitted programmes of study for accreditation by examination boards.

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