We hear a lot from parents about the positive changes, dedication and maturity of their sons and daughters:
“Since joining the Military Preparation College Bradley has been far more disciplined, orderly and content. Now he’s really driven to succeed. How these guys [MPC Instructors] get him out of bed at the time he gets up is beyond me and its with such enthusiasm.”
Gary and Sophie McLean, Bradley McLean’s parents
“He is just so committed, he cycles 5 miles each day, up at the crack of dawn. He’s really proud to be a part of it [the Military Preparation College]. He’s not academic, he has dyslexia so that held him back at school but at the Military Preparation College he is thriving. You can see his confidence build, he loves it and he always talks really positively about the Military Preparation College staff, their coaching and support.”
Stacey Burnett, Jacob Rottier-Burnett’s grandmother
“He is a lot more confident, he was shy at school as he struggled with his literacy but now he’s more confident in his English and getting his points across. Now he actually gets up and irons his clothes, he does his own clothes now. He has developed a lot of pride.”
Hayley Rombach, Jay Nixon’s mother
We inspire all of our students to be the best that they can be and to live healthy lifestyles. We provide Grade 1 Ofsted training at every college location. Our students love coming to college and the outcomes and results our students achieve are outstanding.
Our instructors are role models and they support and mentor their students throughout the course. They also support with military applications as they have first-hand insight into the application process and life in the military. The instructors share their knowledge and experience to help students make informed choices about their future career opportunities. They physically train students every day to make sure they are fit enough to pass the entrance assessments for the British Armed Forces, including the Royal Marines. All students at the college are very well supported to achieve their career ambitions, be it in the military or in civilian employment.