Tom Goss - Agriculture, Countryside and Food

Tom Goss

Lecturer

Department: Agriculture, Countryside and Food

Email: tom.goss@kmc.ac.uk

Tel: 01305 215150

Profile

Tom grew up in USA, but has worked in the UK for over 30 years on country estates, for nature conservation charities and in education. He lives in Dorchester and enjoys exploring the Dorset countryside and coast. He is also a Group Scout Leader, Chairman of the Southern Branch of the Institute of Hospitality, Secretary of Friends of the Dorchester Riverside Reserve, and a member of the Rotary Club of Dorchester Casterbridge.

Qualifications

BSc, Biology

Master of Forestry

PGCE

Research Specialisms / Interests

Coastal ecology and tourism

Ancient woodlands

Wildlife conservation

Publications

GOSS, T.A., 2004. Using Taste and Colour for Teaching Basic Probability Theory. DSW Research Bulletin, Issue 2.

GOSS, T.A., 2006. What’s in a name – the Impact of WHS Status on Tourism along the Jurassic Coast.  DSW Research Bulletin, Issue 3.

GOSS, T., 2007.  The Impact of WHS Status on Tourism Along the Jurassic Coast. Countryside Recreation, 15(2), 17-23.

GOSS, T. and Mottram, C., 2010.  Search Engine Optimisation: a Case Study.  BH&HPA Journal, Issue 144, 60-61.

GOSS, T., 2012.  Dealing with Data. BH&HPA Journal, Issue 157, 71-73. 

Course Tutor / Programme Leader

Level 2 Countryside and Wildlife Apprenticeships

Level 3 Countryside and Wildlife Apprenticeships

FdSc Tourism Park Management

FdSc Marine Ecology and Conservation

Course / Programme Lecturer

Level 2 Countryside and Wildlife Apprenticeships

Level 3 Countryside and Wildlife Apprenticeships

FdSc Tourism Park Management

FdSc Marine Ecology and Conservation

BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare

HND Equine Management

Unit Lecturer

Study & Research Skills

Equine Enterprise

Specialist Research Project

Research Dissertation

Managing the Tourism Park Consumer

Business Strategy

Business Marketing

Biodiversity & Caravan Parks

Level 2 Award in Business Management in the Land-Based Sector

Level 3 Award in Business Management in the Land-Based Sector