Andrew Bardsley is a Tutor in the BILM Program at Bahrain Polytechnic, teaching Aviation Security and Passenger Transport Management.
He has spent 23 years as a New Zealand Police Officer, gaining extensive experience and knowledge in the areas of Management, Organisational Behaviour, Change Management, Performance Management, Security Planning and Contingency Planning.
He is currently completing his Masters in International Security and Intelligence, writing a thesis on ‘Food and Energy Security in the GCC’
|2015||Master of International Security and Intelligence – Massey University, New Zealand|
|2010||Bachelor of Applied Management, Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand|
|2000||Work Place Assessor, QAA, New Zealand|
|1990||Diploma in Police Studies, Royal New Zealand Police|
|2012 to present||Tutor in BILM Program at Bahrain Polytechnic|
|2004 – 2010||Internal training provider with the New Zealand Police|
Area of Research Interest
Research in relation to food and energy security in the Middle East is of interest and the topic of his Thesis for the 2015 academic year.
Member of Airport Security – AVSEC Group, International Association of Maritime Security Professionals, Security Industry Group – Aviation