Dr Danielle Wootton obtained her PhD from the University of Birmingham, with her thesis focusing on the areas of strategy, professionalism and employment regulation. She has a keen interest in innovation and is a member of the University of Birmingham Talent Pool.
Dr Danielle Wootton has extensive experience as a consultant and lecturer at the Universities of Exeter, Birmingham, Southampton, Warwick, Bournemouth and Bath. Her main subjects have been employment law, employee relations, human resource management, strategy, leadership and organisational behaviour. Her background is in academic law, and she has been a CIPD member since 2002, and a member of the PMA (Professional Mediators' Association) since 2014.
Dr Danielle Wootton has vast experience in various domains including housing, employment and healthcare. Together with Dr Paul Kelly PhD, she offers business consultancy across all sectors through Milford Professional Solutions Ltd., of which she is a director.
Dr Danielle Wootton qualified as a teacher (PGCE HE) in 2003. Since then Danielle has worked continually in higher education and further education as a lecturer, and as a programme leader at the above mentioned universities. Her work has been in relation to both undergraduates and postgraduates and covers the following subjects:
Employment Law (Skills pathway)
English Legal System
Human Resource Management
Learning and Development
Strategic Human Resource Development
Danielle has supervised over 50 dissertations at the above universities in a range of business and legal subjects.
Dr Wootton is a very experienced university lecturer who is currently working at research universities in the UK across a range of subjects. Danielle has previously worked with students who are lacking confidence in their own abilities, and is able to mentor them to success. Danielle has received excellent feedback from students for tuition and lecture work in the various universities where she has been employed .
Danielle expects students to be prepared to meet deadlines and work hard during their tuition sessions, as taking an active part is the best way for students to meet their objectives and get good results.
Danielle is a plain speaker who wants the best for her students, and will not shy away from telling them what they need to do to improve.The role of the tutor is to advise on performance - and then give guidance and motivation on how to improve academic research and writing skills. I take tutoring very seriously as I have seen how education can radically improve peoples lives. I truly believe that everyone can obtain academic achievements if they work hard . Danielle is experienced at using Skype and regularly conducts tutoring around the world using this medium. She would therefore welcome applications for online tutoring.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of the West of England||2000||Bachelors||LLB(hons)|
|University of the West of England||2002||Masters||MA|
|The University of Birmingham||2006||Doctorate||PhD|