47-49 King Street
T: 0330 111 3939
47-49 King Street
T: 0330 111 3939
Prior to joining MPCT Pete served in the British Army as a member of The Royal Green Jackets for 13 Years.
Pete was a Physical Training Instructor and served in Northern Ireland, Fiji, Cyprus, Kenya and all across the UK. On leaving the military Pete completed a Variety of Physical Training Courses Including Personal Trainer, Nutritionist and Management Courses. Pete began working for the College in July 2006 as a Fitness Instructor and Training Instructor and has worked his way through the Progression Routes as part of MPCT. Pete's current role at MPCT is as a Regional Operations Manager with the Responsibility of the Central Region supporting all Centres within his Remit Operationally and on a Quality Basis to Achieve Excellence.
Bonnie joined the British Army in January 1997 as an RLC Driver.
Her first posting was to Colchester as a fuel operator where she did two tours of the Falkland Islands.
Bonnie then moved on to do a year in Northern Ireland as a Saxon driver for the marching season until 2001.
She was then posted to Gutersloh 2cs Regt in Germany until 2006 as a drops driver.
While in Germany Bonnie completed a tour of Iraq, during her tour she was promoted.
Bonnie joined the squadron boxing team and also the regimental basketball team. Bonnie also worked in the Unit Welfare office as the housing JNCO and the Entertainment JNCO.
Her final post was Abingdon, in this time she became the regimental and squadron boxing coach, and did one more tour of Iraq as a force protection vehicle commander.
"While working at MPCT I’ve found that I’ve enjoyed working with young adults and seeing them develop and achieve their goals that they may have thought were not achievable. Since being here I’ve seen the learners leadership qualities grow with their confidence helping them to progress into any job role they may be working towards."Bonnie Simeon
James served in the infantry for 10 years.
He joined the 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards back in 2003 and left in February 2013.
During his time in the infantry James completed a tour of Bosnia in 2004/2005 a tour of Iraq in 2006 and then 3 tours of Afghanistan in 2007/2009/2012.
In-between all the tours and fighting, when back in the UK James would be doing numerous ceremonial duties. This includes 3 trooping of the colours.
Back in 2013 James counted his lucky stars to be alive and chose to leave.
This was a big wake up call as he had been drilled with military for the last 10 years of his life and knew nothing else.
James then decided to follow his dreams and passion of fitness, and qualified as a level 3 personal trainer in 2016. Since then he has worked in a number of gyms and trained many many clients over the years.
One of James's biggest passions is boxing. He trained the company boxing team and then when he left the army he went and fought in a few amateur fights local to himself.
Being able to work for MPCT is a honour for James as the job role is something he has wanted to do ever since he left the army.
Being able to share his experiences and knowledge with the younger generation and give them that boost, encouragement, and drive to better themselves has always been a passion for James.
Rebecca's career in the Army commenced in May 2006 whereby she joined the Intelligence Corps and later volunteered for specialist duties within human intelligence.
She completed four operational tours in Afghanistan within a variety of different roles. Shortly after returning from her final tour she transferred to QARANC and commenced nursing studies.
Rebecca gained a certificate in Healthcare education and during her resettlement acquired numerous qualifications within the health and sport sector.
Upon leaving the Army Rebecca started her PGCE Primary with PE specialism and has worked in a number of primary schools across the West Midlands prior to taking the opportunity to work with MPCT.
Rebecca is excited about using both her military experience and recent pedagogical knowledge to positively impact the lives of the learners within MPCT.
Lin has spent most of her working life in a Training and Educational role as a qualified teacher. Lin did spend over twenty years teaching GCSE at her last secondary school, after that she came to work for MPCT in 2019.
Lin's role at MPCT is to support learning
Lin did serve with the WRAC, RLC and The Royal Signals, she was an SNCO by the time she retired in 2003 all in all she gave 22 years service.