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  • Colonel Jamie Martin

    Posted on 20 Jun 2019 in

    Jamie Martin retired from the Army in 2015 after 33 years of service. His career included command of an armoured reconnaissance regiment and operational tours in Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq as well as tours in command of an international training and advisory team in Sierra Leone, monitoring a peace treaty in Mozambique and working in various headquarters and departments of the Army and the Ministry of Defence, where he specialised in policy, strategy, planning and in media and strategic communications.

    Since leaving the Army, Jamie has developed a second career as an independent training, leadership and security consultant. Much of his work involves delivering Disaster Management training both in the UK and abroad (Oman, Sierra Leone and the Caribbean) primarily to individuals in the emergency services, military and Government Departments including a Ministry of Health. Jamie has used his extensive experience of command and leadership in the Army and built on his military training experience, which includes his time as a faculty member at the UK Defence Academy where he taught the Defence Studies and Leadership MA course, to develop his expertise and interest in the training and development of individuals at every level across a wide range of backgrounds, cultures and experience.