Nnamdi Chiadikobi

HSE Advisor

Nnamdi Chiadikobi studied M.Sc Environmental Managementat Coventry University and graduated in 2013. Since graduating they have been working as HSE Adviser. Of their time at Coventry University they said;It was an educative and insightful experience. Coventry University served me a complete meal (appetizer, main course and dessert). 1) I acquired technical knowledge and skills in my chosen career path (Environmental Management and Sustainability) 2.) I developed and improved my leadership and other soft skills; joined and completed the Global Leaders Program including an international trip to Malaysia, attended sessions with the careers and employability team, participated in various social CU events. 3) Experienced new culture and was opportune to get a feel of living in a developed country with a working structure in place. 4) I met new people, made new friends, expanded my network and adopted a global mindset to approaching issues. I can write a book about my experience at Coventry University. It was indeed the most interesting one (1) year of my life. Since graduating from Coventry University, I have worked across various organizations with my most recent job being in the oil and gas industry where I am saddled with the responsibility of driving best-in-class Environmental and Safety performance. It is my duty to ensure that operations of the industry I work for does not pose a threat to the environment or has little impacts on the environment. On the safety side, I try to ensure that colleagues come to work and go home to their loved ones without any injury. Consider me a self appointed ambassador for the environment. Through Coventry university, I acquired technical knowledge and skills in my chosen career path (Environmental Management and Sustainability) 2.) I developed and improved my leadership and other soft skills; joined and completed the Global Leaders Program including an international trip to Malaysia, attended sessions with the careers and employability team, participated in various social CU events. 3) Experienced new culture and was opportune to get a feel of living in a developed country with a working structure in place. 4) I met new people, made new friends, expanded my network and adopted a global mindset to approaching issues.During my time at Coventry I went by the name Nnamdi Adubasim.

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