Iscennen (pronounced Eesskennen) refers to an area south of the River Cennen in Carmarthenshire South Wales. It is an ancient Commote or Hundred. A region containing a number of parishes. Iscennen Road is also the road I grew up in.
David L. Davies CEng, CSci, FIChemE
I am passionate about Coaching people. To me it’s all about helping my clients maximise their potential. The Coach’s job is to push his client to think harder about what they are doing and to understand what actions are required to succeed. They then need to be held accountable to follow through on their plans. My other role is innovating in the design of equipment for Life Science projects.
As a Chartered Engineer, I am used to making things work. I Engineer Success.
I am a Fellow of the Institute of Chemical Engineering and a Chartered Scientist. On my other side I am a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming, Master NLP Coach, Master Time Line Therapy Practitioner and Master NLP Hypnotist. I have completed level 7 ILM Coaching and Mentoring Certificate at University of South Wales, and have been using skills and techniques from this and other courses to coach and mentor my clients. All these skills and learnings help me to better understand people and help clients make the best of themselves. My extensive experience of General Management in UK divisions of International companies makes me particularly knowledgeable about Business Plans and working with small and large businesses.
Currently, I am an independent Coach and Mentor working with individuals and companies to solve their issues, and helping them realise their goals. I have joined the Association of Coaching and follow their code of ethics.
I help businesses turn goals and visions into successful reality.
Iscennen – Technical Director
Alys Davies MEng
Alys studied Biomaterials Science and Tissue Engineering at Sheffield University. She is currently completing her PhD at Liverpool University, supporting Iscennen Life Sciences in her spare time. She has hands on practical knowledge of working with the Quasi Vivo® system and has run workshops in the UK and the USA. She has won prizes for her poster presentations on a project using the Quasi Vivo system in modelling the flow of fluid in the eye.