About Robin Wooldridge
Robin has been involved in teaching privately since 1993. He holds
LAMDA Gold Medal Public Speaking (Distinction), LAMDA Gold Medal Speaking
of Verse and Prose (Merit), LAMDA Certificate of Merit Reading for
Performance (Distinction). He is an Associate of the National College
of Music, having been awarded the Licentiate Diploma in Public Speaking.
He was awarded the Licentiateship of the Victoria College of Music
(Speech and Drama Education) and in 2006 from the same institution was
awarded the Licentiate Diploma LVCM(TD)(Hons)
in the Teaching of Speech, which he passed with Honours.
Robin holds a Post Graduate Diploma in
Linguistics from UCE and is currently completing research and preparing
a dissertation. Robin has CRB clearance. He is also a Full Member of
The International Centre for Voice.
In 2007, Robin passed the Fellowship examinations of Victoria College with Honours.
This is the highest level Diploma that can be awarded.
In addition to teaching speech and voice, Robin also advises on the
teaching of English for an overseas university - where he is a member
of the adjunct Faculty . He is also a visiting tutor of a UK university
as well as being a GCSE Literature examiner for a national examining
In April 2008 he obtained the Licentiate Diploma of the National College of
Music and Arts.
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