Exceptional services require exceptional staff: people who care about meeting your needs and ensuring you have the best possible training experience.
Exceptional training requires exceptional lecturers: people who have in-depth knowledge, practical experience and the ability to convey that knowledge with enthusiasm. Remember how much difference a great teacher made to your understanding and enjoyment of a subject at school? We know that a great lecturer is the most important component of a course.
Unlike most training companies, all our lecturers are full-time staff: people with a vested interest in the quality of the training we offer.
Renier is the founder and Managing Director of Incus Data. He has been programming in C since the early 1980s, and teaching it since 1988. His extensive programming experience includes C/C++, the .NET Framework, Perl, Pascal, Forth, Assembler, Modula 2 and Oracle. He has developed systems ranging from business and financial systems to computer-aided manufacturing and embedded systems.
Renier is our senior techno-geek - many delegates will have heard him describe C as poetry. When he isn't developing or presenting courses, he spends his free time ... on the computer.
Jacqui is responsible for all things business-related. After practicing law for a number of years, Jacqui moved into the IT world and discovered a particular fondness for XML.
In addition to developing and presenting the XML, SQL and web development courses, Jacqui has taken on diverse projects as project and programme manager over the past 15 years. Most recently she has focused on developing our Coding Ethics seminar.
She has a passion for cats, chocolates and pole fitness, but a definite shortage of free time.
An electrical engineer by profession, Lewis has been involved in software development since the 1980s. He has programmed in C, C++, Fortran, Assembler, Pascal, Java and Visual Basic, and has extensive experience in the development of systems in the military and engineering environment.
Lewis is primarily responsible for developing and presenting the Java and OO-related courses, and was one of the first two Java lecturers in the country to be certified by Sun Microsystems.
In his free time, Lewis cycles, kayaks, hikes, caves, climbs and generally exhausts himself.
Charles is primarily responsible for presenting the web development courses.
As our other techno-geek, Charles spends his free time gaming, playing with software and listening to strange music.
Jo-Ann is our highly-efficient, highly-motivated and super-cheerful Sales Manager. She'll go out of her way to help you with your enquiries. As she will be the first to admit, Jo-Ann is not shy and soft-spoken. But we enjoy that, because she is such a cheerful person. You'll often hear her laughter ringing through the offices.
Jo-Ann first started working for Incus Data almost 10 years ago. She left us for a while to have more time for her children, coming back to help out on an ad hoc basis over the years. We were delighted when she decided she was ready for a full-time job (outside of home - we all know mothers already have a full-time job!) and joined us again at the end of 2016.
Herman brings years of sales experience to the Incus Data team. New to the world of programming, he has risen to the challenge of learning all those weird IT terms. He is always quick with a laugh and a smile and a funny anecdote.
A confirmed bachelor, Harry is a skilled cook and an ex-provincial waterskier. He divides his free time between visiting his lady friends and building intricate scale models consisting of thousands of pieces.
Nadia is responsible for making sure that everything at the training venue runs smoothly, from the moment the first delegate walks in on Monday, until the last certificate is handed out on Friday. She also provides much-needed support to the rest of the team, from sourcing supplies to invoicing clients.
Nadia likes motorcycles, reading and dogs. She recently adopted a young German Shepherd dog from an animal shelter, and would have preferred a picture of the dog as her profile pic.
|Java Lambdas & Streams||06-07|
|HTML5 & CSS||13-17|
|XML & Schemas||27-28|