Aug 2016 – Current

HGV Driver & Managing Director

Fidelity Logistics Limited

I set up Fidelity Logistics Limited and started working as an agency driver for a very well known supermarket chain. Delivering full refrigerated loads to supermarkets, even when the car parks are full.

I also expanded to set up, which supplies commercial vehicle lighting products to end users and major international supply chains.

Aug 2005 – Aug 2014

Mechanical Transport Driver

Royal Air Force

After joining the RAF, I completed advanced driver training and had deployments across the globe, taking on some great roles in the process. Here’s a list of my most memorable experiences:

  • Falkland Islands – Commander of the British Forces Driver
  • Qatar – Shift Runner (Passenger and Crew Movements)
  • Kuwait – Coach Driver (Operational Passenger Movements)
  • USA – Aircraft Refueling (Tornado Training)
  • Afghanistan – Restricted Areas Manager, Battlefield Ambulance Driver and undisclosable Special Forces work.
  • Cyprus – Shift Runner (All Airfield Services, Passenger and Aircrew management).

2003 – Aug 2014

Team Member

KFC (GB) Ltd

This was my very first job after leaving college, while I waiting for my place with the RAF.


2002 – 2003

First Diploma in Public Services

Bishop Auckland Technical College

I studied Public Services as a stepping stone and preparation to join the Royal Air Force. I had 6 years of Air Cadets, so to go into the RAF was a no brainer.

2006 – 2009

Apprenticeship in Driving Goods Vehicles

Advanced Apprenticeship in Driving Goods Vehicles

NVQ Driving Goods Vehicles – Level 2

NVQ Driving Goods Vehicles – Level 3

BTEC Road Freight Logistics – Level 3

Key Skills Level 2

Skid Car Training

ADR Categories (all in and out of tanks except 7)

Ministry of Defence – Skills for Logistics

This was a job that I greatly enjoyed. The fast paced deployment aspect, along with the required daily problem solving of complex and important issues kept me going at full steam. I got to travel and see the world, meet new people and take on highly responsible roles. I left in an honourable discharge after my 9 year contract expired and with 3 medals.

2013 – 2016

Cisco IT Essentials 5.0

Microsoft Office Software Specialist (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)


Whilst preparing for civilian life, I obtained some advanced certificates in IT and Office software in order to make myself more employable to a potential employer. I already had this knowledge, but no formal qualifications to back them up.

2016 – 2020

CILT(UK) Level 5 Professional Diploma in Logistics and Transport – Ongoing (Completing May 2020)

Transport Managers CPC (Freight) – Starting June 2020

Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA)

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation (CILT)

I joined The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation (CILT) in 2016 and was immediately elevated to an approved member (being able to use the MILT post-nominals) due to my military management experience.

I’m nearing the end of a Level 5 Professional Diploma which is the equivalent of a foundation degree or HND. After that I will be pursueing both management CPC’s and some shorter courses from CILT.

Driving Skills







Off Road

On the Race Track

In Bad Weather

Management Skills

Problem Solving

Team Morale

Team Management

Task Outsourcing

Financial Management

IT Proficiency

Vehicle Utilisation

Route Planning