Meet Our Team

Meet Our Team

Julie is the Senior Project Manager for Technocamps. She is responsible for the oversight of the Technocamps Operation to ensure the desired outcomes are achieved, the resources are deployed efficiently, and the many and varied interfaces are managed effectively. She has a varied background in Health, Business and ERDF programmes. She brings her energy and enthusiasm to the delivery and promotion of Computer Science and Computational thinking.

Julie Walters

Senior Project Manager

Professor Faron Moller

Director of Technocamps

Stewart Powell

Operations Manager

Dr. Dave Perkins

Academic Lead

Laura Roberts

Regional Co-Ordinator – University of South Wales

Alex Clewett

Regional Co- Ordinator – Bangor

Joseph Mearman

Delivery Officer

Joanne Ralph

Schools Liason Officer

Dr. Catherine Teehan

Academic Lead – Cardiff

Luke Clement

Delivery Officer – Swansea

Dr. Tom Blanchard

Teaching Fellow – Swansea

Julie is the Senior Project Manager for Technocamps. She is responsible for the oversight of the Technocamps Operation to ensure the desired outcomes are achieved, the resources are deployed efficiently, and the many and varied interfaces are managed effectively. She has a varied background in Health, Business and ERDF programmes. She brings her energy and enthusiasm to the delivery and promotion of Computer Science and Computational thinking.

Julie Walters

Senior Project Manager

Julie Walters

Senior Project Manager

Julie Walters

Senior Project Manager

Professor Faron Moller

Director of Technocamps

Julie Walters

Senior Project Manager

Julie Walters

Senior Project Manager

Julie Walters

Senior Project Manager

Professor Faron Moller

Director of Technocamps

Our Funders

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Our University Partners

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Our Stakeholder Organisations

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Governance

Technocamps is a Programme of activities with its headquarters based in Swansea University. Swansea University is the lead partner for the Technocamps Programme. Swansea University received its Royal Charter in 1920 and like many universities is governed by its constitution that is set out in its statutes and a charter. It also holds a charitable status and is registered as charity no 1138342.

The governing body of Swansea University is its Council, which is supported by the Senate and the Court.
The Council consists of 29 members including the Chancellor, Pro-chancellors, Vice-chancellor, Treasurer, Pro-vice-chancellors, staff and student members, city council representation and a majority of lay members.
The council is responsible for all of the University’s activities and has a well-developed committee structure to help discharge its powers and duties.
The Senate is the main academic body of the university and is responsible for teaching and research. Most of its 200 members are academics but it also includes representatives of the Students’ Union and the Athletic Union. The Senate is chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, who is the head of the university both academically and administratively. The Court consists of more than 300 members representing stakeholders from local to national institutions. It meets annually to discuss the university’s annual report, its financial statements and issues in higher education Technocamps is based at Singleton Campus of Swansea University and is lead by the Director of Technocamps, Professor Faron Moller, who reports to the Faculty of Computer Science which sits within the College of Science within the University. The Programme Director is supported by the Universities around Wales and a wide range of stakeholders. The stakeholders meet every 8 months to discuss the direction of the programme and to ensure that our mission, vision, values are being upheld and to discuss future strategic directions for the Programme.
The list of steering group members can be found here.
The Programme currently supports the following projects:-
-Technocamps 2 –Welsh European Funding office project
-Technoteach – pan Wales with support of the Welsh Government
-Playground Computing – pan Wales with support of the Welsh Government
-Institute of Coding Wales (IoC in Wales) – pan Wales with support of HEFCW
-BSc Applied Software Engineering Degree Apprenticeship – A HEFCW funded project.
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