About the Speaker
Ronald Koorm is a published author on codebreaking and outstations during World war two. He has lectured on a range of subjects including codebreaking and support systems to Universities, history societies, museums, libraries, and private organisations. He also specialises in inclusive design on buildings and sites, and has lectured at UCL on that specialist subject. Ronald writes for Journals, websites and blogs, on a regular basis, and edits technical guidance manuals for consultants. In 2020, he published a book on codebreaking- “Backing Bletchley-The codebreaking outstations from Eastcote to GCHQ”. He has also produced a draft fiction book as a novel, on WW2, which is currently being discussed with publishers at present.
This workshop/course is presented with funding support from Learn Harrow. You will be required to register with Learn Harrow to take part in this workshop – instructions will follow in a separate email. It is really important you register as future funding for similar events depends on it.