Steve Brewer MA MCMI CMgr
Steve Brewer joined the EPC as the International Training Director in 2014. Prior to this he served for 32 years in the UK Royal Air Force.
He is an internationally experienced operations, training and programme director with over 15 years adult instructional and lecturing experience, teaching students and delegates from all over the world. He has lived in 5 countries and worked overseas in over 30 nations. In his current role he has worked in Europe, the Gulf and East Africa and managed well over 100 training programmes and consultancy missions both home and internationally. Steve has also overseen the design, development and delivery of bespoke training solutions for customers worldwide, including overseas governments, to support their national arrangements.
As a military attaché based in the Middle East he led contingency planning for the UK Embassy, Diplomatic and support personnel and British citizens visiting or working in the region.
His last role in the military was as the Assistant Director NATO Joint Operations Centre in Naples, Italy where he was responsible for resilience planning for the 24/7 Operations Centre responsible for oversight and reporting of the geographic area covering Middle East to West Africa during the Ukraine crisis and the early part of the Syrian conflict.
Steve has a Masters Degree with Distinction in Leadership and Management from the University of Exeter, and a Level 8 Certificate in Strategic Direction and Leadership at the Manchester Business School.
He became an Ancien of the NATO Defence College in Rome in 2013 where he studied the international security environment, crisis management and security risks, international relations, cultural diversity, decision-making and consensus building.
He was the first UK Military officer to be awarded Chartered Manager status in 2003 by the Chartered Management Institute and is a Member of the Chartered Management Institute.