BA (Hons) Politics, Philsophy and History, University of London
MA Criminology, Middlesex University
Foundation Certificate in Counseling Skills, Harlow College
Further and Adult Education Teachers Certificate, Harlow College
Equalities and Diversity Training the Trainer, Infrastruct
Aurora – Developing women leaders in higher education
I bring practical experience, having worked in local government with crime and disorder partnerships and on a regeneration programme aimed at preventing young people becoming involved in crime.
I am the Unit Lead for the Work Based Learning Unit on the BA (Hons) Social Care Programme.
I teach on the BA (Hons) Social Care and BA (Hons) Social work Programmes, teaching on the following units;
Ogilvie. H. (2015) "Is it all one big happy party?: Why students drink" at Research Institute for Health and Social Change Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Ogilvie. H (2014) "Alcohol, Happiness and the Real Me" Social Pathologies of Contemporary Civilisation Conference, Rotterdam.
Ogilvie, H. (2013) “Alcohol and Happiness”, at Contemporary Drug Problems Conference – Complexity: Researching alcohol and other drugs in a multiple world; 21-23 August 2013; Aarhus, Denmark
Yarwood, G.A., Ogilive, H. & Yianni, C. (2012) The Ascent of Mount PhD, Research Institute for Health and Social Change Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Yarwood, G. A, Ogilvie, H & Yianni, C (2015). Working in Collaboration: Three PhD Students Trouble Reflexivity. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 3(2).