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Matt joined the Army at the age of 17 and was a member of the 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh (RWF) for 9 years and reached the rank of Corporal. He served in many countries on tours Afghanistan, Falklands, Cyprus, Kenya, and India. His role in the Army was a section Commander, leading his men into battle, and he further completed many gruelling courses whilst in the Army SCBC, Reece Commanders course and Cambrian Patrol. IMatt considers himself lucky enough to also be a Military Co-Ordinator at MPCT Wrexham before he left the Army in 2014.
Matt joined MPCT in 2015 as the Centre Manager in Newport for 4 years where Ihe felt privileged to support many young learners to achieve their ambitions of joining the forces and many others to gain further education or employment.
He was promoted to the Regional Operations Manager South of England Region in 2019 and looks forward to continuing with his long-term career at MPCT.
Matt is currently developing his CPD and enrolled in a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance.
A very keen sportsman, Matt’s favourite sport is football and supports Manchester United. He also loves the great outdoors where he spends most of my time. Matt considers himself a keen family man to his wife, Vicky, and his two children, Honey and Teddy.
Wayne has over 14 years of experience within the Armed Forces and 7 years experience working within in the Outdoor Industry.
He joined The Royal Logistics Corps as a Driver/Radio Operator and his first posting was with 23 Parachute Field Ambulance under 5 Airborne Brigade and completed an operational tour in Kosovo with 1 Para Battle Group. On return to the UK the brigade was changed to 16 Air Assault Brigade and I completed a further 2 operational tours in Sierra Leone and Macedonia.
Wayne's best postings include 2 years working as part of the Silver Stars parachute display team promoting the Army and helping with recruitment, and also working as a Physical Training Instructor at Army Training Regiment Winchester. At ATR(W) Wayne gained high job satisfaction from helping the recruits develop into a fully trained soldier and passing out from phase 1 training.
Highlights of Wayne's career are completing P-Coy and earning the Maroon Beret and completing the jumps course and gaining the Blue Badge of Courage (British Parachute Wings).
Wayne left the Army under the rank of Sergeant, and has now settled in Hampshire and been happily married for 13 years.
He is proactive, approachable and an experienced instructor who gains reward from coaching and mentoring groups of different abilities.
I look forward to helping the young learners at MPCT achieve their full potential.Wayne Clark