Our trainers encourage effective learning and development. With relevant qualifications and/or experience in their subject area, they are always on hand to respond to any queries you may have.

John Saysell, Head of Business Development

John is responsible for managing the MCP technical training function. He has almost 20 years of managing change programmes, customers and trainers. If you want to improve your teams’ operational and maintenance skills and knowledge, you are talking to the right man!

Working across sectors as diverse as facilities, power, transport, paper, food, drink and automotive, John’s customers include Babcock, Bombardier, United Biscuits, Heineken and Heathrow Airport. Some of these customers have worked with John for 15 years.

John would like to spend more of his spare time at the velodrome. He has won 5 national titles and has the world and European honours. He has a bachelor of engineering and is a chartered mechanical engineer.

Richard Fathers, Senior Consultant & Trainer

Richard brings a wealth of knowledge and experience having worked in various roles for over three decades.

Richard role within the business is to deliver Asset Management Consultancy and Training, Skills Assessments, Asset Condition Assessments, Bespoke training, ISO 55000 Certification, Engineering Consultancy and Continuous Improvement Processes.

 Working Globally Richard presently operating on projects in the UK, North America & Europe. These projects range over a variety of industries such as Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, Consumer Goods, Automotive, Power Generation, Confectionary, Chemicals and Food & Drink.

Matthew Reason, Senior Technical Trainer

Matthew has a proven track record of leading and delivering technical training. He is an experienced professional trainer and assessor in the design and delivery of Instrumentation, Control Systems and Electrical training. His practical experience in the instrumentation and electrical engineering industry and considerable experience in both national and international training has helped him to stay in touch with the needs of the delegates.

His work includes: leading and delivering the instrumentation, control systems and electrical technical training programme to technicians and tradesmen to clients such as Dubai International Airport, Heathrow Airport, Carlsberg, Royal Mail, United Biscuits, Thames Water, Welsh Water, Jacobs Douwe Egberts, Great Western Trains, Cooper Vision, Foster & Wheeler, BBC, GSK, Horlicks, Reading University, Britvic and Mars.

Mark Everson, Technical Trainer

Mark is an experienced trainer bringing a vast array of skills and expertise. He is well equipped to blend his wide-ranging knowledge to effectively design and deliver training programmes to a broad range of audiences from apprentices through to senior authorising engineer level. His pragmatic approach to delivering training in both public and private educational sectors and his membership of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has enabled him to keep in touch with industry developments and innovations. This has already proven to be invaluable in the delivery of training programmes to national and international accounts.

His experience includes delivery of training programmes for a number of high profile businesses including Hamad Medical City, Doha; British Airports Authority (Heathrow, Gatwick & Stansted Airports); Bank of England; Daily Express Newspaper Group; Severn Trent Water Authority; Clarks Shoes; Unilever; Babcock International; Apetito Ltd and GSK.

Dave Fishwick, Consultant & Trainer

Dave has over 46 years’ experience in engineering manufacturing maintenance, maintenance management, outsourced contracts and facilities management (FM), within the field of production equipment maintenance, and site facilities within the FMCG sector of leading blue chip companies.

Dave is an experienced manager who can hit the ground running, and can liaise and work with all levels of staff. Assisting sites to improve all aspects of maintenance, facility care and contract outsourcing, including CMMS, TPM assessments, implementation and use.

Dave’s recent client projects include working with Johnson & Johnson, Heathrow airport, 360 facilities Abu Dhabi, Dubai Airports, Jaguar Landrover, and GlaxoSmithKline.

Ron Lucas, Consultant & Trainer

Results focused and commercially orientated Continuous Improvement Facilitator with well-proven operations and technical project management skills. An accomplished and practical strategy developer and creative problem solver. Communicative and consultative utilising well-developed relationship management skills. Thrives on leading teams tasked with achieving challenging objectives and developing new solutions to achieve future key performance measures and sustainable cultural change.

Transferrable skills include: Business Process Redesign, Continuous Improvement/Kaizen, Waste Recognition & Elimination, Lean Enterprise Manufacture, Distribution & Logistics, Six Sigma, Coaching and Mentoring, Product Design and Manufacture, ERP Application & Support Systems, Value Stream Evaluation & Mapping, Inventory Control & Stock Reduction, Innovation & New Product Development, Planning & Scheduling, Rapid Changeover (SMED), Product Segmentation, Asset Management

Colin Wright, Consultant & Trainer

Colin has a proven track record of leading and motivating those around him. By performing effectively as a team player, he is an experienced professional trainer and assessor in the design and delivery of Electrical and Health and Safety training.

His considerable practical experience in the electrical engineering industry has made him the trainer of choice for recent MCP project work that includes: leading the technical training programme as part of Dubai Airports Engineering Change strategy and delivering training to clients such as Carlsberg, Royal Mail, BAA, United Biscuits and Heathrow Airport. Colin is a member of the Institute of Safety and Health.