Curriculum Lead for Engineering Apprenticeships

Kevin LLoyd



Kevin started his Engineering career in 1996 when he joined the Royal Engineers as an Apprentice Electrician.  After completing his initial training as a Combat Engineer, which included a multi-disciplinary Engineering course and which ranged from basic construction techniques to minefield clearance and demolitions.

Once completing Electricians course, he was responsible for the installation, commission and maintenance of Electrical systems; with an early career achievement as the Electrical Team leader responsible for the Electrical Maintenance of the UK sector of the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus. 

After multiple operational deployments, a short posting to teach trainee soldiers in Combat Engineering is where he found his passion for teaching, which further developed into a position teaching junior commanders and leaders for their roles in the organisations.   

Kevin then become a Bomb Disposal Operator conducting UK Bomb Disposal duties and a training and mentoring role in Afghanistan for the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police Force. 

On return to the UK this led to a position further developing future Bomb Disposal Operators and the training content.  

The final years in his Army career he was responsible for the project and programme management training needs analysis of Military Engineers, whilst following a transition to teaching via the University of Portsmouth.  

On exit from the Forces, Kevin taught GCSE and Functional Skills Mathematics and Electrical Installations before moving in the position of Curriculum Lead for Engineering Apprentices at Lincoln College Group. Mathematics and its application is his passion, with a particular focus on the fundamental application of Mathematics and the interdisciplinary connections. 

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