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Maxwell J. Toms                                                                                                      

5352 Lochside Drive, Victoria, BC, Canada, V8Y 2G7   (613) 223-5358



Maxwell J. Toms received his technical training from the Canadian Armed Forces in electronics and radio frequency communications in the early 1970s. Since then, Max has upgraded his education through a number courses and seminars, as well as self-study due to a keen interest in science, engineering, fabrication and management. Max is an avid reader of technical and scientific subjects, as well as political science and management topics. He is a conceptual thinker, a quick study who thrives in an on-the-job training environment.


Technical, Management and Personal Improvements Courses:

       Network Workshop; A tutorial on Extreme Networks GiGE Switching (2000)

       Project Management Institute; 8 project management workshops (1993)

       Spar Aerospace Ltd.; Kanata, Ont; Management/supervisory (in-house) workshops (1989)

       Society of Reliability Engineers; a Testability and ATE Seminar (9 Hrs) held at BNR (1988)

       Heath‑Schlumberger; home study, Microprocessors ‑ 8.0 cont. education credits (1979)

       Heath‑Schlumberger; home study, Digital Techniques ‑ 4.0 cont. ed. credits (1980)

       Xerox Corporation; Montreal, Quebec; Professional Selling Skills II. (1978)

       Canadian Marconi Company; St. John's, Nfld; Practical maintenance training in land and marine communications and navigation equipment. (1974).


Post Secondary:

       University of Ottawa; Ottawa, Ontario; Business Management and Accounting (1981‑1982)

       Ryerson Polytechnicial Institute; Toronto, Ontario; Electrical Technology (1972‑1973)

       The Canadian Armed Forces; Basic training, Cornwallis, NS (1969), Electronics instruction, Clinton, ON (1970), Naval Environmental, Halifax, NS. (1970)   

       Memorial University of Newfoundland; Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (1968‑1969)



       Senior Matriculation, with Honours (1968)



       APT Prophet Technologies Inc: The South Dundas Community Network was singled out as a significant broadband achievement. Minister Brian Tobin, Industry Canada, presented an award was to the Mayor and team (2001).

       Monenco AGRA Inc:  Noteworthy and very positive client feedback reviews of implemented tasks for army and air force, as well as Transport Canada projects (1992-1998).

       Spar Aerospace Limited:  Productivity Improvement Awards Program (1987-1989):

o       Relief of Telephone Congestion

o       Inspection Aid to increase productivity

o       An integrated project management system proposal


       The ADGA Group/NRC: Numerous ‘mentioned-in-dispatch’ accounts for problem solving under difficult operational circumstances. Operation Sky-hook and saving the Solar Eclipse project science data are the most notable.

       Canadian Marconi Company:  Exceeded sales quotas in company sponsored contest winning over $800 worth of prizes.



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