05 Nov Paul Trainor
I once got the great West Indian Cricketer Malcolm Marshall out in a Lancashire County League match… (I won’t mention that he also got me out and he bowled it so fast, I didn’t even see it!)
Paul Trainor is a former secondary school Deputy Headteacher who taught in a number of schools for 16 years as a PE teacher as well as being a school senior leader in three different schools.
In 2013, he launched his training and consultancy business which works with many schools, colleges, businesses and sports teams to help them to develop the people within their organisations to find a competitive edge and to create a high performing culture.
Prior to becoming a teacher, Paul was a professional Rugby League player. Being in this elite environment has had a significant impact on the vision for his work, looking at motivation, raising aspiration, building a winning culture, developing high performing teams and success mindsets in particular.
Paul is married with two young children. He is a very keen (and extremely competitive) sportsman, playing football, training in the gym, running and playing cricket. He has completed the Great Manchester Run three times and the Great North Run last year.