Army Reserve Centre
Army Reserve Centre
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.
"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."Pete Leak
George served 5 years in the army with the Mercian regiment where he was the platoon LMG gunner. In the last few years George applied for Physical Training Instructor and passed with the best session on the course. In 2016 George left the army and became a level 3 personal trainer. Whilst George enjoyed personal training he wanted more of mentoring role, this is when he chose MPCT.
Beth is currently under the job title as Skills English and Maths tutor based at Liverpool and Manchester MPCT.
Before this role Beth had seven years experience in the professional performing arts industry where she has taught infants, children, young adults and adults. Beth thoroughly enjoyed this role as she could demonstrate her skills to others and observe first hand the positive impact physical education and performance can have on everyone.
Beth continues to teach at local performing arts school in merseyside where she teaches evening classes. Beth also gets the opportunity to showcase her students in performances around the UK and enter them in competitions.
In her own time Beth LOVE'S all aspects of fitness and she is currently training to enter her first body building competition under the fantastic teachings/training of Mark Hunt and Kathryn McGovern.
Gregg joined the 1st Bn The Royal Welch Fusiliers as a junior leader in 1990 were he was selected to be the Junior sergeant major.
Gregg was then posted to join his Bn in 1991 at Berlin. From there Gregg was 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.
Gregg has always been a rifle company soldier and achieved good results on all his tactical courses achieving top student and distinctions.
Gregg left the Bn after serving 24 years as a WO2, he has been married since 1994 to his wife Diane and 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 for his local charity in Merseyside.
Ashley joined MPCT as a training instructor this month September 1st 2020 , he come to the company with military teaching qualifications and a level 3 in management.
Ashley joined the army in 2002 The 1st battalion the queens Lancashire regiment, which then became the duke of Lancaster’s regiment in June 2006, after completing his 12 years he thought it time to leave and try to find a new path in life.
While serving in the armed forces Ashley had the privilege of serving exercises around the world from, Canada, Kenya, America, many parts of Europe and also Cyprus, also he deployed to countless operational tours from afghan, Iraq and Africa.
In the army Ashley got to the rank of CPL but was acting sergeant for his company due to redundancy’s going ahead.
In his role Ashley had to look after and support 35+ men under his command , from administration to teaching of new tactics and weapon systems.
Ashley was one of 4 CPL’s to be chosen to teach on the battalion NCO cadre to make private soldiers in LCPL’s.
After leaving the military Ashley worked on the railway doing overhead power lines and gained a level 3 diploma in engineering.
Like the military you had to use on the job knowledge, knowing that the job could change and have to come up with a plan on the spot.
Ashley is currently married to Elaine a partner now of 7 years with a son of 4 who is just about to start primary school for the first time, they are also expecting another little boy in January of 2021.