Albert Thomson

Albert Thomson

Training Support

Albert is a former Army Colour Sergeant who left after he was injured in the Iraq Conflict in 2003 and lost his left leg above the knee. As a result of this experience, Albert was the first in the UK to introduce the concept of using amputees to re-create scenes of trauma for more realistic training which he has done to great effect on our hostile environment course for a number of years. In 2008 he was awarded Radar’s Disabled Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

Albert provides casualty and pyrotechnics simulation to our hostile environment training courses based in Kent.