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.”