Phil Wickens: Lectures 

Phil speaking at Snow Hill, AntarcticaPhil has almost 20 years experience of public speaking. His presentations are beautifully illustrated with images taken on his adventures to the remotest parts of the world. Phil's wide range of experiences mean that his presentations appeal to a wide range of audiences, from adventure travellers to schools and charities, and from scientific organisations to businesses and societies. Each presentation is tailored to the individual event and audience.

Phil gives lectures on the following subjects:

- Specialist Presentations
- Photography
- Expeditions
- Antarctic History
- Antarctic Geology & Glaciology
- Arctic History


Below are lectures that Phil will be giving in the near future. Please contact Phil if you would like to discuss a presentation with him.

When are you going to get a PROPER JOB? A life of exploration.

I shall be speaking to students at University College Birmingham about expeditioning, from effective planning to making a career of it.

Ergonomics in Extreme Environments: an explorer's perspective. 

This key-note lecture to the Ergonomics Society investigates the ergonomics challenges faced by those operating in extreme expedition environments.
Lecture to be given on April 15 2010 at the Ergonomics Society Annual Conference at the University of Keele. For further information please go to the Ergonomics Society.

Antarctic History, Geology and Glaciology

A variety of lectures given to guests aboard the MV Ocean Nova on expeditions to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands (December 2009 - March 2010).