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- About the Military Preparation Course

The MPC runs two to three times a year, (January, May and September) and consists of up to 40 students per group. The course is delivered through strong working partnerships between the Forces, and training providers over the principality. Ace 2000 Training & Development Ltd runs the Gateshead MPC programmes.

Why does it work?

The MPC provides young people with realistic, attainable stepping-stones in a structured, secure environment, which leads to achievement and a quality job.

Through flexibility of the partner providers the MPC continues to reach new milestones. These developments constantly require new, innovative thinking - which remains readily available.

The MPC programme is a 'safe'; environment - students can and do make mistakes but they are made to be fully aware that they are responsible for their actions. They can 'experiment'and learn how far they can push it. However; miss a day lose a day's pay! Students acquire transferable Key, Basic, and IT skills that can be utilised on other Skill Build programmes or in employment.

After the initial 14wk course students can remain on the programme with the Provider to continue to up-skill over an agreed period in order to achieve their own aims and objectives.

A remarkable, very low dropout rate has been achieved due to:

  • Mentors - both male and female, from the Forces and Ace 2000
  • Harmonious group
  • Peer group dynamics
  • Student motivation
  • Balanced, flexible training and progressive activity
  • Individual personal development
  • Discipline
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