A MAN has been sanctioned after he was found to have been “bullying in nature” to a fellow member of staff at a college in North Wales.

Michael Millership was handed a conditional registration order by the Education Workforce Council following the conclusion of a Fitness to Practice Committee hearing last month.

The committee found that, while employed as a practical skills supervisor by Grŵp Landrillo Menai (an umbrella group in colleges in North Wales) between 2004 and 2019, Mr Millership behaved improperly towards a colleague in the construction department.


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His conduct was found to have been “intimidating”, “undermining”, “deliberately obstructive”, and “bullying in nature”.

Between 2017 and 2018, Mr Millership was also found to have signed off learners’ work as having been completed when it had not been.

Having found these allegations proven against Mr Millership, the committee found that his conduct had “lacked integrity”.

Mr Millership is registered with the Education Workforce Council as a work-based learning practitioner and further education learning support worker.

The conditional registration order issued to Mr Millership will not affect his registration, providing he meets certain conditions set by the committee.

He has the right to appeal the committee’s ruling to the High Court within 28 days of the ruling being made.

Grŵp Llandrillo Menai was approached for comment.