MPC Bristol
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The Crescent Centre,
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Meet the staff

This isn't a boot camp, the Military college staff are here to help and support you through your course - take a look at who you will meet while you're on our course.
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Area Manager

Lee Winders

Date Started at MPCT


Military Experience

Lee completed 16 years of Military service in Germany and the UK as a Physical Training Instructor, leading groups of 400+ personnel in all PT. Lee also served in tours of duty including Iraq & N.Ireland before finishing his career at the Army Foundation College as a Lead PTI in the Adventure Training wing.

"MPCT is a team that genuinely believes in the learner and their needs and it is a pleasure to see the transformation they make towards a better life every day."

Lead Training Instructor

Martin Hunt

 Date Started at MPCT


Military Experience

I am a former Infantry solider of the 2nd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment (The Poachers) I have served in various locations including Bosnia, Former Yugoslavia, Canada BATTAS X2, Germany and England.  My main role was an SF gunner in a support company.

"A lot of the learners who come to MPCT are low on confidence but by the time they leave MPCT they are more confident, fitter stronger in both body and mind and we are lucky to go on this journey with each learner."

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Training Instructor

Adam Grant

Date Started at MPCT

August 2014

Military Experience

Served seven years in the Royal Artillery as an AS90 Gunner. Was part of numerous operational and training tours abroad. Have also represented the Corps, Army and Combined Service in varying sports.

"Seeing the process of positive change in our learners from the day they start until the day they leave the College is the most rewarding aspect for me as an instructor."

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Skills Champion

Keara Creed

Date Started at MPCT

August 2014


Since graduating with an FE specialist PGCE qualification from Cardiff University back in 2013, I have worked for schools, colleges and independent educational providers such as Action for Employment (aka A4E) and T2 Apprenticeships. I have taught across ability ranges in subjects such as English, ICT, Art and Maths; although my ‘specialist’ subject is probably English, having started out teaching this as part of a British Council internship back in 2010.

"In my role as Skills Champion, I enjoy working one-to-one with students in order to boost their confidence and help them to overcome their insecurities when it comes to English and/or Maths. It’s surprising how much just a small amount of extra support can do! It also really pleases me when I see learners go onto better things after leaving the college; for example, doing well at assessment days, or getting a job."