Jonathan Dunn


Jonathan Dunn is a professional Scottish actor based in Malta. Having moved here in 2014, Jonathan has continued to develop his body of work in theatre, film and advertising with many credits locally, here in Malta. Jonathan has recently been cast in an international film for the US market, which is currently filming here in Malta! When not acting, Jonathan works as a content and training material writer and developer, delivering live (and virtual!) training sessions when he can.

Nanette McCulloch


Nanette returned to Malta 8 years ago, having lived most of her adult life in the UK and the Middle East.  She has a background in Management, and Corporate and Work Based Training.  She has a passion for developing and upskilling people.
She has vast experience in quality assurance and accreditation of programmes and course design, both in Malta and in the Middle East.  Nanette herself is a committed life long learner which ensures she remains both relevant and current.
When she is not doing all this, Nanette enjoys travelling and trying to keep in touch with friends and family, near and far.  She loves showing off the heritage and beauty of her country to her numerous visitors, from all over the world.


Hannah Silvio


Hannah Silvio is a recent graduate from the University of Malta specialising in Tourism Studies (2019). Her intellectual curiosity drives her to be a lifelong learner, so much so, that currently she is also pursuing a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing.
Her work experience revolves around hospitality, however, her ambition drove to a new path, that of iGaming, more specifically, within the Customer Services department.
When she is not busy working, you can find Hannah in the kitchen, concocting new recipes, making her famous carbonara or baking some delicious treats for friends and family! In her free time, she also loves to wanderlust, with Berlin being one of her favourite places to visit.

Lewis Spiteri


Having more than 45 years’ experience working in the ex-Malta Drydocks, where he was head of the Training and Development section and later as a Human Resources Manager, as well as a director and deputy chairman,  he has a vast experience in teaching and coaching adults.  He has been a part time lecturer for the last 16 years.

With MTRM he had delivered various teaching Awards such as: ‘Work Ethics’, ‘Occupational Health and Safety’, ‘Problem Solving Skills’, ‘Know your Rights’ and ‘Learning to Learn’ amongst other subjects. Mr Spiteri possess a Diploma in Management (Henley).