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Mike Ronan joined MPCT as the Regional Operations Manager (South) in October 2015. He joined the Army in 1986 and retired in April 2015 as a Late Entry Major.
Mike specialised as an Instructor and advisor on Infantry Weapons with the Small Arms School Corps in 1994 having transferred from the Royal Irish Rangers. Selected to be a commissioned officer from the ranks, he filled a series of increasingly demanding senior and middle management roles, including; Chief of Staff on operations in Afghanistan, SO2 training at a BMATT in the Czech Republic, Corps Adjutant for the SASC, Officer Commanding at the Infantry Battle School, Training Officer at an Army recruit training college and Exchange Officer with the Australian Defence Force. He deployed overseas to Germany, Canada, Northern Ireland, Lebanon, Cyprus, Australia, Afghanistan, Czech Republic, Serbia, Kosovo, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
On retirement, Mike took employment as a Senior Consultant, providing training and management consultancy services in the Safety Critical Sector and is also currently serving as the Reserves Training Major with 7 RIFLES.
I joined the Royal Engineers in 2006, where I completed tours of Belize, Northern Ireland and Afghanistan. After serving 4.5 years, I decided to leave the Army to go to University and pursue a career in teaching. Upon completion of my degree, I took up the role as a class teacher and PE specialist at an inner-city primary school in London for 2 years before moving to Oslo, Norway to teach physical education at an international secondary school for 6 months.
Roshan has been with the company for 2 years now, 1 year as a student and the other with the BMF Apprenticeship scheme. He joined college after finishing his 14 GCSE's and joining sixth form college where his desire to joining the military took over his 5 A Levels that he was studying.
He has achieved outstanding results through his time with the company as becoming a regular name in the Top 10 Physical Training Results throughout the company as a student, earning numerous of qualifications and certificates for the level of academic knowledge and capacity as well as earning The Best Instructor certificate with Matt Ray in England's Apprenticeship scheme.
I was born in Gorkha, Nepal on 7TH Feb 1975. My parents still living in there. I left Nepal after I joined in the British Army Brigade of Gurkhas in Jan 1994. Served 19 years and left in 2012 as volunteer on redundancy trench 2.
Ex-Army Staff Sergeant with 18 years’ military experience, I have served in the Royal Gibraltar Regiment from 1995-2000. During this time, I have served with elements of 22 and seal team 8 in operations around the Adriatic on board the USS enterprise, I also served in Morroco, Gambia and North Africa. Whilst in the military I have completed a Lcpl and Cpl’s Cadre, Signals qualifications, Lone Range Reconnaissance cadre and medical qualifications.
I Left the Royal Gibraltar Regiment in 2000 and re-joined in 2003 after university, I then transferred to the second battalion the Prince of Wales Royal Regiment in 2007 and qualified as a Lone Range, Reconnaissance commander’s cadre and I was deployed to Afghanistan in 2007, 2008 and 2009, I have also been in Falkland’s, Congo, Somalia and Iraq.
I have been involved in the Invictus Games in 2017 and won a Gold and silver medal, my hobbies include sports, triathlons and Sitting volleyball.
I joined the Junior Leaders Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps in 1980, and joined the Army Air Corps on passing out. Was the youngest soldier to deploy on to the Falkland Islands during Operation Corporate. Served in Germany, Northern Ireland, Canada, Denmark and Hong Kong, where I succeeded in learning to cook chinese food, but failed to learn Cantonese.
I am an active member of a running club (Hatch Warren Runners) and am also a registered Guide Runner for visually impaired and blind athletes; this is probably the most rewarding thing I have ever done.
I was attracted to the MPCT by the prospect of helping young learners achieve.Nik Bryan