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Meet the Liverpool Team
Pete served as part of the Royal Green Jackets and was posted to a variety of locations including the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Kenya and Fiji, the latter as part of the British Army Recruiting Group selecting candidates from Fiji for the British Army. On Operations, Pete spent 3 years in Northern Ireland and was presented with a Mention in Dispatches as part of his teams’ actions in August 1992.
Upon joining MPCT in 2006, Pete began as an Instructor at MPC Cardiff before becoming the Lead Instructor in Wrexham and has progressed through the Company since then.
As well as having a physical training background, Pete is an avid exercise enthusiast and has taken part in a variety of endurance challenges to raise money for local charities. Pete feels that the mark of a good society is what we do for the most vulnerable within it to make their lives better. Pete is extremely proud to be part of MPCT, supporting young people in their career progression, and finds it extremely rewarding.
"The most rewarding part of the job is seeing learners progress within their chosen career. I enjoy helping them with any barriers they need to overcome and it gives me a sense of pride to see them develop into professional and focused young people."
Regional Operations Manager
Originally joining the Army at the age of Sixteen and Enlisted into the Infantry (Kings Regiment) serving in The Falkland Islands, Northern Ireland and Berlin. Bernard was successful in completing his PTI's Course and served as the Battalions PTI for Two Years.
Bernard left the Army after serving five Years and became a Prison Officer, but after two years in a Young Offenders Institute, he still felt a part of him was missing out on the Military.
He then enlisted into the Royal Marine Commandos and served for his full 22 Years, getting to the Rank of Colour Sergeant and Qualifying as an Instructor Class 1.
Bernard served 4 drafts and carried out 5 Operational Tours of Duty with 45 Commando, as well as a draft with 30 Commando. He also served 3 Drafts at the Commando Training Center as a Recruit Instructor finally finishing as the Chief Instructor at the Foundation Center Lympstone as his final Draft.
Bernard was also lucky to have spent two years as a Weapons Instructor with the Royal Navy at HMS Sultan, training the Phase 2 Recruits and he also had the pleasure of serving with the Royal Marine Reserves as the Phase 1 PSI at Anzio House; where he started his career with MPCT.
Since leaving the Royal Marines, Bernard has had various jobs in different positions gaining valuable Civilian experience; in particular working with Children as a Captain in the Reserve Forces and Cadet Association for a couple of Years.
Gregg joined the 1st Bn The Royal Welsh Fusiliers as a Junior Leader in 1990. There. he was selected to be the Junior Sergeant Major before he was posted to join his Bn in 1991 at Berlin. Gregg was then posted back to the UK and had his first operational tour in 1994 in Northern Ireland.
Gregg has also been involved in all the regular tours from Bosnia to Iraq and Afghanistan as a rifle company soldier where he achieved good results on all his tactical courses achieving top student and distinctions. After serving 24 years, Gregg left the Bn as a WO2.
In 1994, Gregg married his wife, Diane, with whom he has 4 children; Sian, Jess, Callim, Bradley. Callim is currently a member of the 3rd Bn The Parachute Regiment and has been there since 2014.
Gregg's hobbies and interests are triathlon and duathlon and last year he completed 2 Ironman challenges for his local charity in Merseyside.