Welcome to Martyn Dring, Confined Space Trainer

   18 January 2024     News

Due to increased demand for confined spaces training courses, Develop is pleased to welcome Martyn Dring to the team as a Confined Space Trainer.

Martyn’s career began in the Royal Marines where he spent six years in a variety of combat roles including arctic, desert, mountain, and urban warfare.

In 2019, he embraced a career shift and transitioned into the realm of training. Joining Mines Rescue as a Confined Space, Working at Height, and Fire Safety Trainer, Martyn trained and assessed learners in related NVQ awards. He also personally obtained City and Guilds qualifications in High-Risk Confined Space Working, Emergency Rescue and Recovery, Emergency First Aid, and Advanced Working at Height over his five-year tenure.

Martyn said,

I’ve enjoyed the last 5 years at Mines Rescue but I was ready for a change of scenery and I’m thrilled to have joined Develop Training as a Confined Space Trainer. I look forward to sharing my expertise with delegates in the near future, once I have undertaken my initial induction and training. I’m also particularly excited to be able to deliver confined space training on our customers’ sites via our mobile confined space unit.”

Throughout his career, Martyn has celebrated various milestones, with one of the most memorable being his graduation from the Marines. He also holds a Degree in Business Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services from the University of Derby.

Away from work Martyn is a keen sports fan. He enjoys playing as well as spectating, particularly rugby, tennis and football.

Welcome to the team, Martyn!

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