Mr Peredur Williams
Lecturer in Education
Peredur Williams is a lecturer in Product Design & Technology, and Education. He graduated with a BSc (Hons) from Sheffield Hallam University in 1999, and started his first secondary teaching post at Ysgol Cymer Rhondda in South Wales, before moving to Ysgol Brynrefail, Gwynedd in 2001.
Peredur achieved an MA:Design from DeMontfort University looking at creativity within education in 2017
He was part of the Professional Learning Community for sharing and devleoping good crosscuricular educational practices in Gwynedd.
For over 10 years Peredur has been a GCSE Design and Technology (Resistant Materials) exmainer for WJEC, prior to this post he was a WJEC A and AS level moderator for Product Design.
Peredur was made a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) in 2015.
He joined the Design department at Bangor University in 2013 where he lectures on aspects of design and visual communication, CAD and CAM practices, professional studies; he leads Design and manufacture projects. He is also a visiting tutor for school and work placement experiences. In 2015 he established the annual Design Conference, which welcomes alumni and guest speakers.
He is a co-author of the Bangor Design Strategy Innovation Model. In his spare time he likes to Design and build his own furniture, and the annual birthday cakes for his two children.
BSc Design Technology QTS and BSc Product Design
Professional studies, design and manufacture modules, CAD, graphical communication, school experience and work placement tutoring and dissertation tutor.
Teacher Education and Professional Development
Creativity, Design Thinking
Currently working on projects which are looking at developing creativity and creative thinking through Design and Technology activities in primary schools.
Connect Peredur if you are:
- a prospective student requiring BSc Product Design or BSc Design and Technology with Qualified Teacher Statuscourse information,
- a primary or secondary teacher wishing to find practical help or help to develop projects
- a design or manufacturing company interested in providing student workplacement opportunities