About Keith

A humanitarian at heart with a continuing interest in and appreciation for all people, it was an easy choice for me to study Psychology on leaving school.   From here, I progressed into a career involving Youth Work and projects which enhanced local communities.

In 2001, I launched myself as a Freelance Trainer specialising in Conflict Resolution, Assertiveness and Equal Opportunities & Diversity. Since then, I have had the privilege of working with a broad range of organisations UK Wide in the Public, Third and Charitable sectors – training employees of these organisations and also their clients.

In tandem with this, I also completed my own training, achieving the CIPD Level 3 in Training Practice, Community Mediator Training and Level 3 Award in Education and Training – amongst many more, all of which enabled me to deliver courses that affected positive and lasting change in others.

Working with diverse sectors of the community through my training further enhanced my own ability to relate to and connect with people of all ages and backgrounds. These observations on life became reflected through my writing and photography, both of which I have explored further in my adult years, culminating in the creation of my first book of poems and photographs “Sikhona, Sawubona” and a desire to take this to the next level.

In 2017, I made the decision to ‘Follow my Bliss’ and progress into a new chapter of my life to enable personal growth and a deeper understanding of the world through pursuing new experiences, discoveries and of course, meeting people across the world.  My aim is to live a life full of Empathy, Justice, Authenticity, Dignity and Honesty.

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