Mr. Trevor Milevskiy joined the organization in 2003 as consultant on technology.
is an Australian citizen currently working in the USA.
career has provided various and important experiences in handling assignments in both the business and education worlds.
provides JBC clients with expert consultation on a wide variety of issues but he
focuses on matters dealing with internet technology.
Mr. Milevskiy provides assistance in the preparation of business plans regarding the use of the internet in the corporate structure, he audits existing internet operations, he provides counsel to senior executives on issues of internet privacy as well as methods of monitoring internet use within the company structure.
can structure an appropriate internet team for any organization and he
can help the company plan, execute and monitor the performance of that unit.
Since internet technology has revolutionized the way we conduct business in the world, Mr. Milevskiy's
talents often prove critical to business success.
has been involved in both the Computer and Education fields for over 25 years and holds teacher registration with the Queensland Board of Teacher Registration
has taught students from preschool to senior year in all subject disciplines, in particular, mathematics, health and physical education and information processing and technology.
has taught in Australia and the United States of America.
started working with computers in 1974 and completed a course at Queensland University
in Fortran Programming.
college years he
was actively involved with the Mathematics and Computer Departments and tutored other students in the use of computers and mathematics.
While teaching at Kuranda State School, he purchased his first computer, an Apple IIe.
was responsible for the purchase and setting up of computer systems at Kuranda, Trinity Beach, St. Augustine's College, Holy Cross, Peace Lutheran College
in Australia and The Winchendon School
He has worked with DOS, Windows, Unix and Macintosh computers as stand alones and in network configuration, using AppleTalk, DigiCard and Token Ring.
has a great understanding of ClarisWorks, FileMaker Pro, IntelliDraw, Resolve, Microsoft Office, PageMaker, and communication software.
used all the above to produce SAC College magazine
for three years. (1987-1989) While at St. Augustine's
, Mr. Milevskiy
enjoyed teaching Math especially Algebra and Calculus, Trigonometry and Probability and Statistics to Senior Level.
planned and developed Computer programs for many schools . He
has worked extensively with networks using Macintosh computers and Peer to Peer network on DOS
He has had experience with Ethernet and Token Ring networks.
machines to set up St Augustine's
College's Library computerized reference and circulation systems.
used multi-media to setup programs for students to use.
was in charge of the complete macintosh network system running OSX, an IBM AS400 system, windows 2000 server, mail and web server and also the curriculum at Peace Lutheran College
developed a complete web based self-paced learning system for the Junior Secondary Computer classes.
was also responsible for the computerization of the whole school from developing and writing the reporting and students records, implementing a complete school accounting package and introducing the use of a school based email systems for effective communications.
He is now the IT Director for an independent school, where there is a combination of wired and wireless network covering the complete campus.
He is an exceptional consultant for small schools wanting internet technology but unprepared to structure a department or hire full time staff for that purpose.
can structure an appropriate program through on site consulting, and then follow up with telephone and email communication throughout the school year.
has also been responsible for the development of customized databases for the following companies, JetCut Australia, Moldex Australia, Molding Australia, YUDIKKA
(Child Protection Agency) Australia, Proudman's Bookshop Cairns, Australia, and many schools both private and public.
He has been a member of the Queensland Secondary School Board for Information Processing and Technology, is a member of the HPE Teacher Association, Queensland Australia and a member of QSITE (Queensland Society for Information Technology in Education) and was a Foundation Member of PACE (Peninsular Association of Computer Educators).
also was Curriculum leader for the introduction and planning of the new technology curriculum for Queensland Schools