CHL is run by David Chapman and David Hamer. Known as ‘the two David’s’, since 1994, we have worked together on dozens of ICT development, education and training projects. Our clients are mainly in the UK private and public sectors.
David C co-founded a newspaper industry software house in the 1980’s. In the 1990’s he worked at Coventry University. He taught on and developed courses in internet technologies, web applications and information security.
He has a PhD in information security from Coventry University. He has delivered many IT development projects and managerial training programmes to blue-chip, defence and public sector organisations. As a practising project manager, he has overseen the development and successful implementation of many ICT systems in all sorts of organisation.
David C leads on information security courses.
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David H was a software engineer, team leader, project manager and managing consultant for BT Applied Technology and Olivetti Systems and Networks in the 1980′s. In the 1990′s he worked at Coventry University teaching and developing courses on project management, systems analysis and database programming.
He leads CHL’s technical aspects, specialising in enterprise technologies, multi-tier thin client architectures, web services and related technologies, developing and delivering bespoke systems, training and consultancy to blue-chip, defence, public and private sector organisations. David has years of experience managing multi-disciplinary teams.
David H leads on programming courses.
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CHL delivers training, education and development services to small, medium and large private and public sector organisations. Larger clients include the Ministry of Defence, the Education and Skills Funding Agency, Coventry University, University of West England, Lancaster University, Emirates Aviation University and major ICT providers such as Capgemini.
Delivery is frequently for client organisations in the Middle East, Far East and Africa.