Tim has spent 27 years in the British Army as Royal Engineer; majority of this time has been spent with the Airborne Forces as a Parachute Engineer. During this time he has been involved in, and project managed major construction projects all over the world. This coupled with numerous deployments on humanitarian deployments most notably the intervention in Rwanda after the 1994 Genocide, has given him invaluable experience of working in austere, challenging environments and conditions. A former instructor at the Royal School of Military Engineering he has a wide experience of teaching at all levels, on subjects such as explosive demolitions, leadership and Jungle Warfare and survival in places such as Brunei, Belize and Africa. Fully versed in logistic and supply operations he recently commanded the Engineer Logistic Supply Chain in Afghanistan providing multimillion logistic support to all the frontline bases. For the majority of his career he has been a military commercial diver and is as happy constructing underwater as he is on land.
A fully trained Carpenter and Joiner and electrician, he also holds the NEBOSH (National Board in Occupational Safety and Health) General and Construction certificates as well as graduateship awards in both Leadership and Management and Construction Engineering.
His hobbies include Sky diving, and is a formation skydiving coach and SnowboarderSee all Splash Team