About Mark

Mark Kelly is the Principal of Wizard Training Solutions. He has over 15 years of experience in both developing and delivering customised training material. 

Before establishing Wizard Training Solutions in 2003, Mark spent 20 years in the WA Police Service, primarily in the Criminal Investigations and Training branches. This was followed by 3 years as the WA Regional Loss Prevention Manager for a major national retailer. This varied real world experience flows through his training, incorporating real world examples and exercises. 


In addition to his industry experience, Mark has completed a range of relevant training and qualifications.

  • Graduate Business Qualification from Curtin University
  • Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training
  • Nationally Accredited Mediator
  • Certificate IV in Workplace Health and Safety
  • Diploma in Criminal Investigation
  • Diploma in Policing
  • Certificate of Trade Studies (Motor Mechanical)


Taking inspiration from thinkers such as Earl Nightingale and Napoleon Hill, as well as Perth locals John Hughes and Michael Jeffrey AC, Mark's innovative approach to working with people has earned him a very positive reputation with organisations around Perth. His inclusive, engaging approach brings training to life, and helps facilitate open, relevant and frank discussions among participants. 

Training experience

International and local organisations who have benefited from Mark's skills and experience include:

  • Leighton International in Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Malaysia and India
  • Newmont Mining locally and New Zealand
  • Chevron locally and Indonesia
  • Rio Tinto Iron Ore
  • BHP Iron Ore
  • Ultra Trace
  • Domino's Pizza
  • Westcourt Insurance Brokers
  • Metcash
  • Westfield Shopping Centres
  • Racing and Wagering WA (RWWA)
  • WA Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC)
  • Local councils including the Cities of Kwinana, Canning, Melville, Rockingham, Cockburn, Albany, and the Shire of Mundaring
  • Government departments including the WA Department of Health, Public Transport Authority (WA), WA Police Service, Office of the Public Sector Standards Commissioner (now Public Sector Commission), and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs