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Celebrating Post Graduate success as 38 British Army and Royal Marines attend graduation ceremony

Ubi-Tech Graduates 2020

Ubi-Tech (3R) Ltd specialist telecommunication training providers and holders of the Defence Gold Employer Recognition Scheme Award are celebrating the success of 38 service personnel serving with the Royal Corps of Signals, The Royal Logistic Corps, Household Cavalry, and Royal Marines who have successfully graduated with a Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communication. The University of Wolverhampton’s Graduation Ceremony was held at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton as the graduates from the class of 2020 celebrated their academic achievement with friends, family, representatives from their Corps and the Ubi-Tech team.

Ubi-Tech provides soldiers across the services with the opportunity to complete a full Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications accredited by the University of Wolverhampton and recognised by industry. Ubi-Tech has been providing Continual Professional Development (CPD) training to the Royal Logistics Corps and Royal Corps of Signals for several years and is committed to inspiring and enabling access to industry recognised training for service personnel, transitioning personnel, veterans and reservists. 

Congratulations to:

Royal Corps of Signals

James Andrew, Benu Limbu, Simon Hogg, Mark Riley, Kerren Hubbard, Sean Ireland, Christina Watson, Jason Fleck, Zachary Hampton, Nicholas Arrowsmith, Simione Kaitani, Gregory Ramsden, Thomas Spencer, James Bradfield, Martin Feeney, Michael Longman,  James Taylor, David Nathan Davies.

The Royal Logistics Corps

Craig Tapper, Mitchell Hussey, Dean Middleton, Jordan Keeling, Adam Edris, Jermaine Shaw, 

Nathan Flint, Samuel Higgins, Matthew Frankham, Callum Miller, Stuart Chadwick, Jamie Johnson, Steven Stupple, Kathryne Johnson, Carl Scott, Damian Lockwood. 

Royal Artillery

Andrew King

Household Cavalry

Qoriniasi Loloma, Nicholas Wilkinson

Royal Marine

Jamie Cooper


Ubi-Tech works with the military to deliver an advanced training course designed to meet the requirements of defence communication operatives. Programme content has been developed in line with the MOD across a range of communication technologies, facilities, and networks. The PG Cert in Wireless Communications is available to all Corps providing they have served within a communications role for 3 years since completing their trade training.

“The achievement of our students graduating this week is no mean feat especially during this challenging time. Our Post-Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications is an in-depth course and requires dedication and commitment which our students have shown throughout the duration of the programme, their success is made all the greater for their ability to balance the demands of service and family life with their responsibilities and studies in tandem.” Richard Lee, Managing Director.

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Photo Captions: 

Royal Corps of Signals

L-R     Lt Col Simon Smith, Professor Robert Lucas-Gardiner, Martin Feeney, Nick Arrowsmith, James Taylor, James Andrew, Ubi-Tech Head of Training, Adrian Davies, C2 WLD of The Royal Corps of Signals David Barlow, University of Wolverhampton, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Adrian Priest, WO1 Oliver Wood.

Royal Logistics Corps

L-R    Professor Robert Lucas-Gardiner, Ubi-Tech Head of Training Adrian Davies, Kat Johnson, Jamie Johnson, Jordan Keeling, Craig Tapper, Nathan Flint, Carl Scott, Callum Miller, Matthew Frankham, Head of Trade WO1 Mark Underdown, Adam Edris, Mitchell Hussey, Jermaine Shaw, Damian Lockwood, Samuel Higgins, Steven Stupple, Stuart Chadwick, University of Wolverhampton, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Adrian Priest.

Household Cavalry

L-R – Professor Robert Lucas-Gardiner, Ubi-Tech Head of Training Adrian Davies, Nicholas Wilkinson, University of Wolverhampton, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Adrian Priest.

Royal Marine

L- R – Professor Robert Lucas-Gardiner, Ubi-Tech Head of Training Adrian Davies, Jamie Cooper, University of Wolverhampton, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Adrian Priest.

Ubi-Tech Guests

Back Row L-R –  Ubi-Tech Head of Training, Adrian Davies, Professor Robert Lucas-Gardiner, Vice Chancellor of The University of Wolverhampton Geoff Layer, WO1 Mark Underdown, Lt Col Simon Smith, WO1 Oliver Wood, C2 WLD David Barlow

Front Row L-R – Ubi-Tech Operations Manager Maria Hall, University of Wolverhampton, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Adrian Priest.

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