Connor Moore 

connor123moore@hotmail.com 

07557798088 

 

Profile 

 

I am an approachable, enthusiastic and confident individual who works equally well as part of a team or alone. I thrive under pressure as demonstrated throughout my career. I’m extremely self-motivated and I apply high standards and professionalism within all aspects of life. I’m studying BSc in Rehabilitation in sports and exercise. 

 

Qualifications 

 

11 GCSE (A-C) including Maths and English 

Level 3 in Education and Training 

Level 2 Project Management Software 

CBRNDC 23 RN Level 2 (First Aid) 

Public Services Level 2 

BTEC Level 2 in Professional Cookery 

BCS Level 2 in IT User Skills (ECDL) 

Endurance Training Leader EDL (Personal Training) 

Mountain-Biking Instructor (MIAS 2) 

KF2 Kayak (2 Star) 

Recreational Wall Climber Award 

SF1 and SF2 (Skiing) 

Mechanics NVQ Level 1 

Level 2 award in food safety and hygiene. 

 

Service History 

 

CTCRM (Lympston) Sep 2012 – Nov 2013 

 

32 weeks Commando training and gained a NVQ level 2 in Public Services. 

 

HGV Driving (Leconfield) Nov 2013 – Feb 2014 

 

Heavy Goods Vehicle licences courses. 

 

O Squadron 43 Commando (Fastlane) Feb 2014 – Jul 2015 

 

My role was to protect the UK nuclear weapons. I specialised in Close Quarter Combat and was highly trained in specialist equipment. I was also a team Medic. 

 

HMS Montrose Jul 2015 – Jan 2016 

 

General duties Marine. 

 

30 Commando Jan 2016 – Jul 2016 

 

Deployed to America and Germany and represented the English forces at the Warrior Games in athletics.  

 

HMS Portland Jul 2016 – Sep 2016 

 

Deployed to South Africa, Chile and the Falkland’s island. 

 

The Wyvern Centre Physical Trainer (HMS Drake) Jan 2017 – 2018  

 

Whilst working there I ran departmental physical training for Sickbay and for the Royal Naval Chefs. The sporting activities I was able to implement were: cross country, badminton, squash and tennis. This required me to promote the activities, create a team and arrange transport to events.  

I attended the military Tattoo for the Royal Naval Field Gun. As part of my role I took the crew for their warm up and cool downs before and after their events and I helped train the Junior Command Field Gun team. 

My role within the Wyvern Center has also included the following: organizing and running a badminton competition, leading circuit training for the Naval Base every lunchtime, taking groups mountain biking on Dartmouth and I have also trained the new recruits at HMS Raleigh. 

 

Rehabilitation in Sports and Exercise BSc Sep 2018 – Present