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MPCT, Headquarters Army Recruiting & Initial Training Command sign Memorandum of Understanding

For the third year running, MPCT were hosted once again by the Regimental Headquarters of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in the Tower of London on 13th September 2018. Patrons and VIPs of both MPCT and the Motivation & Learning Trust (MLT) were invited to experience an MPCT sponsored event including a fireside talk by Tom McClean, which was then followed by dinner and the witnessing by all of the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU was signed to establish the working relationship between MPCT and Headquarters Army Recruiting, and Initial Training Command (HQ ARITC), and to set out the mechanism by which MPCT can help increase the number of successful applicants joining the Army. The stakeholders who signed the MOU were Huw Lewis MBE (Managing Director MPCT),
Major General Paul Nanson CBE (GOC ARITC) and Cath Possamai (Chief Executive Officer RG). This agreement will mean that by working together, many more young people will be supported, nurtured and educated, allowing them to achieve their ambition to serve their country.

The evening was a very successful and enjoyable event, where Learners from our MPC London Colleges delivered excellent Icebreakers and impressed all in attendance. Please click below for a full summary of the evening and more information on the Memorandum of Understanding.

Memorandum of Understanding Booklet

 

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