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Justin joined the Armed forces in 1993 where he served on a number of operational tours.
During his military career he also instructed recruits on physical fitness through phase 1 and 2 training at ITC Catterick.
In 2003 Justin became a serving police officer within Dyfed Powys Police where he worked within a number of specialist departments such as Roads Policing and Armed Response policing the whole of South Wales.
He then moved on to a Private Security industry and worked for four years as a close protection officer on a number of private and government contracts in hostile environments.
In 2015 Justin joined MPCT as an instructor at Bridgend College.
In 2016 he was extremely fortunate to be given the opportunity of becoming the Centre Manager of Swansea MPCT, this position allowed him the opportunity to develop his leadership skills.
in 2018 Justin was once again Promoted, this time to Regional Operations Manager of Wales.
This position enables Justin to search out new partnerships and agencies that may or may not be aware of the college and the Learners that we teach.
Ryan joined MPCT Bangor in 2009.
Prior to this he was in the Army as a combat medical technician. Ryan served all over the world including Germany, Lebanon and Afghanistan. During his time in the military he spent a lot of time playing rugby and taking part in many other sporting activities.
Since leaving the army Ryan has been working for MPCT.
During his time at MPCT he has completed many courses including his Cert Ed in Post compulsory education and training.
"The difference we make in the young people’s lives. The fact that each day is different and the knowledge that we are progressing ourselves as well as others."Ryan Roberts
Phil started with MPCT in March 2012 having been previously employed as a RAF Regiment gunner.
A native of North Wales, he was born in Hawarden in 1970 and grew up in Connahs Quay.
Phil joined the RAF as an RAF Regiment gunner and completed a highly-successful 22 year career which ended in January of 2012.
During his military service he worked as far afield as Catterick; Germany; East Anglia and South Wales amongst others.
He has experience of RAF Regiment Field squadrons, Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance Tracked (CVRT), skills instruction, leadership and management training/delivery and personal development training delivery.
Honours received during his service include the Iraq Medal, RAF LS & GCM and HM The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal. As a Combined Services (CS) Hockey Player I represented the CS at Hockey for approximately 3 years from 1996 – 1999. Phil also represented the Royal Air Force (RAF) at Hockey for approximately 12 years from 1995 – 2007.
During which he represented the RAF in many national county championships, Inter-Service competitions at both indoor and outdoor hockey. In these pursuits he has also travelled to Holland, Germany, Cyprus, South Africa and India to represent the RAF at hockey.
"As an instructor, I love to see the learner transformation from their first day at college to the day they leave and how much stronger they have become."Phil Jacobs
Dafydd joined MPCT April 2017.
Prior to this he served with the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh. During his time in the forces he deployed on various training exercises and operations around the world including Cyprus, Kenya, Canada, Poland, Oman, Germany and Afghanistan.
In his spare time Dafydd enjoys 5-a-side football and spending quality time with his family. Dafydd has also transferred to the 3rd Battalion Royal Welsh (Reserve).
Diane joined APCymru in January 2008 as the Administrator for both North Wales colleges.
She has a vast experience of administration within the education sector and has recently qualified as an Essential Skills Tutor and is currently on the second year of a Cert Ed course.
The experiences and the knowledge she has gained over the years will now be put to good use. Her full time role as Essential Skills Tutor will help the students gain a higher level of Literacy and Numeracy qualifications which will assist them in achieving the best possible opportunities in life
"As the Essential Skills Champion for North Wales, I have great job satisfaction to see the learners grow in confidence from the day I interview them to when they leave."Diane Jones