Why work for MPCT?
The HR department’s objective is to effectively recruit, train, and retain the right quantity and quality of staff that we need to support the achievement of the MPCT strategic objectives.
MPCT is an award-winning employer who has been recognised as an Investors in People Platinum employer.
100% of staff would recommend MPCT as an employer
99% of staff think the mission/purpose of MPCT makes them feel their job is important
97% of staff say that there is someone that encourages their development at work
97% of staff they have the chance to do what they do best every day
Throughout the assessment, people at MPCT were enthusiastic and passionate about their organisation. The phenomenal feedback from those interviewed, strong survey results, observed activities and substantial wealth of evidence provided by the organisation has supported MPCT achieving a Platinum Award. This is a great achievement for an organisation so focused on excellence in everything they do, congratulations.
IIP Assessor May 2019.
Since its inception, MPCT has for me confirmed that young people from all types of backgrounds can and do succeed in the right environment. It has been my privilege to witness young people make the very difficult transition from childhood to adulthood and develop into positive, productive role models in their own right. They become members of their communities and are able to contribute emotionally and economically.
IIP Assessor May 2019.
Staff Support and Benefits
The staff support benefits are outstanding and clearly show how staff are valued and rewarded.
Most staff benefits are available once a staff member has successfully completed a probationary period. However, staff are supported from day 1 with training, development, advice, and guidance. The benefit package at MPCT includes the following:
The MPCT Pride Awards recognise the exceptional contributions many of our staff had to make in order to make the necessary transitions at the beginning of the first lockdown in March.
Teams were invited to nominate colleagues who had gone above and beyond expectations in their work, commitment, and engagement. Over 100 staff members have been recognised, with some staff receiving more than one award.
“I was very grateful to be nominated for a PRIDE award; it makes me feel valued and affirms that the hard work I have been putting in is making a difference. I have enjoyed every minute of working within MPCT in an incredible team and I am excited by what the future holds.”
“I was very humbled and surprised to win more than one PRIDE award. It was also great to be nominated alongside my partner in crime, Staff Kyle Smith. We really enjoy working together as a team and we like to create healthy competition between ourselves, which we believe always has a positive effect on our learners.”
“I was very grateful to recieve a PRIDE award for a second time. I truly enjoy working with all the staff and Learners and I like to think that I am able to offer support and guidance alongside fulfilling my new additional duties as a specialist coach. I think teamwork is really important and it is nice to feel valued and appreciated within my fab Central team.”
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Apcymru – Wales
Ex-Military Training Instructor – Military Preparation School (Education)
£18,525 – £27,995pa based on qualifications & experience
The Military Preparation College (MPCT) is a Grade 1 Ofsted Training Provider; The Military Preparation School provision (MPS) within MPCT has a vacancy for a Training Instructor in Haverford West Pembrokeshire..
The MPS actively supports and complements all local school curricula with young learners (14-16 years old). We support partner schools and local authorities in securing accredited vocational qualifications for learners across England and Wales. This position will run a programme from Pembrokeshire College. The MPS focuses on two main objectives: qualification attainment and developing the skill set required for positive progression to further education, apprenticeship and employment.
Responsibilities and Duties
The role includes working within local schools in a variety of locations, centre based and in-school delivery to include all aspects of teaching, mentoring and motivating young people into a positive progression pathway. The teaching aspect of the position is a key element in the role as responsibility for the delivery of a series of vocational qualifications is paramount. The provision can be varied and range from primary to secondary Learners which are from a verity of backgrounds and abilities. The programme also has a military/fitness element so candidates will need to lead a fit healthy lifestyle to enjoy physical activity as part of the delivery of the programme.
Qualifications and Skills A minimum of 5 years military career Military or civilian Physical Training qualification Teaching qualification or the experience of teaching or instructing Experience of working with 14-16yr old young people Knowledge of vocational qualifications or the education sector
Job Type: Full time
To apply, please submit a video application here – https://app.willotalent.com/invite/DaqB49/Apply Now