Army Officer online presentations.

Bobby_Bert

Old-Salt
The Army Officer Recruitment Team will soon be hosting regular online presentations. These events will give you the opportunity to find out more about officer training and life beyond Sandhurst. The presentations will typically last for one hour via Zoom. There are no pre-requisites for attendance, nor is there any commitment to be made. They are simply informative online gatherings for those who are interested in applying for Officer entry.

Afternoon sessions will run from 1400-1500hrs and evening sessions will run from 1900-2000hrs with dates advertised via this thread.

The next set of presentations are ;


  • 7 October 1400-1500hrs Professionally Qualified Officers Insight
  • 13 October 1900-2000hrs Army Reserve Officer Insight Online
  • 21 October 1400-1500hrs Army Officer Insight (Regular Entry)
  • 27 October 1900-2000hrs Army Officer Insight (Regular Entry)
Each event will be tailored to a specific audience, therefore, we ask you to be patient in waiting to receive an invitation to register for your relevant event. If you are interested in registering to virtually attend an event please follow the link below and the recruitment team will be in touch with further information.

Click HERE to register for an event
 

The_Duke

LE
Moderator
MOD comment - thread stickied, usual recruiting forum rules apply. Sensible questions and comments welcome, but ask yourself "is my comment accurate, up to date and helpful to a potential applicant?" before posting. If the answer is no, it doesn't belong here.
 

Bobby_Bert

Old-Salt
Army Reserve Officer Online Presentation and Q&A – 13 Oct 2020

WHEN
: Join the Army Officer Recruiting Team for an online presentation and Q&A session on 13th October from 7.00-8.00pm.

WHAT: Hear how Army Reserve officers have enhanced their management skills, whilst also enriching their civilian careers. This session will offer insight into the Army Reserves and how easily military skills transfer directly into the workplace.

WHO: The presentation is aimed at those who are interested in finding out more about the Army Reserve or Line Managers keen to learn about the benefits Reservists bring to their teams.

HOW: Secure your place via the following link:

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Army Reserve Officer Insight Online - 13 Oct 20. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

There are limited spaces available for this webinar, which will be allocated on a first-come first served basis via the registration link. If you are unable to attend, please re-submit your interest via the Army website.

Please submit questions during the webinar via the Q&A feature, rather than via email beforehand.
 

Bobby_Bert

Old-Salt
There is still a chance to join on Wednesday (21 October) at 1400 to hear about Army Officer Regular entry. Find out what to expect, listen to serving Officers and Officer cadets currently at RMAS discuss their application journey and submit questions. Follow the link in post #1 to register to join the webinar.
 

Bobby_Bert

Old-Salt
The Army Officer Recruiting Team are continuing to deliver online presentations on life as an Army officer. To express interest click the link in post #1

The next set of presentations are ;


  • 9 November 1900-2100hrs Army Officer – A Female Perspective
  • 11 November 1400-1500hrs Army Officer Insight Online (Regular Entry)
  • 12 November 1830-2030hrs Army Legal Officer Insight Online
  • 24 November 1900-2000hrs Army Officer Insight Online (Reserve Entry)
  • 1 December 1900-2000hrs Professionally Qualified Officer Insight Online
  • 2 December 1400-1500hrs Army Officer Insight Online (Regular Entry)
 

Tingtang22

Clanker
Could you help with finding out more about being a Medical Support Officer (MSO) ?
This is what Google search says

"The role of the Medical Support Officer (MSO) is to undertake the command and control leadership functions within the Royal Army Medical Corps. They lead and motivate the troops under their command and possess the sense of responsibility necessary for leading higher ranking medical professionals in challenging circumstances. Wherever the Army deploys, medical planning is always at the top of the agenda - MSOs are responsible for this highly important role.

MSOs will be required to deliver the Medical Recovery Plan for any possible casualties to the Commanding Officer and ensure he does not neglect medical constraints when delivering his own plans. This role requires a more mature approach to leadership and management than most other junior officer roles within the Army. An MSO in their first appointment may find themselves leading medical teams on the ground in places such as Canada, Kenya and Cyprus. Uppermost they are responsible for managing and leading Combat Medical Technicians who deliver the frontline medical support to the Army."
 
This is what Google search says

"The role of the Medical Support Officer (MSO) is to undertake the command and control leadership functions within the Royal Army Medical Corps. They lead and motivate the troops under their command and possess the sense of responsibility necessary for leading higher ranking medical professionals in challenging circumstances. Wherever the Army deploys, medical planning is always at the top of the agenda - MSOs are responsible for this highly important role.

MSOs will be required to deliver the Medical Recovery Plan for any possible casualties to the Commanding Officer and ensure he does not neglect medical constraints when delivering his own plans. This role requires a more mature approach to leadership and management than most other junior officer roles within the Army. An MSO in their first appointment may find themselves leading medical teams on the ground in places such as Canada, Kenya and Cyprus. Uppermost they are responsible for managing and leading Combat Medical Technicians who deliver the frontline medical support to the Army."
Thank you :)
 

Bobby_Bert

Old-Salt
The Army Officer Recruiting Team are continuing to run the Army Officer Insight Day and online presentations/ Q&A from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS), giving you the opportunity to find out more about officer training and life beyond Sandhurst.

Please see below for our latest dates ;




  • 3 March 1400-1500 Army - Army Officer Insight
  • 9 March 1900-2000 - North West University Officers' Training Corps
  • 10 March 1900-2000 - Queens University Officers' Training Corps
  • 16 March 1930-2030 - Cambridge University Officers' Training Corps
To register your interest to join one of the webinars please do so via this Link
 

Ayatollah

Old-Salt
Army Reserve Officer Online Presentation and Q&A – 13 Oct 2020

WHEN
: Join the Army Officer Recruiting Team for an online presentation and Q&A session on 13th October from 7.00-8.00pm.

WHAT: Hear how Army Reserve officers have enhanced their management skills, whilst also enriching their civilian careers. This session will offer insight into the Army Reserves and how easily military skills transfer directly into the workplace.

WHO: The presentation is aimed at those who are interested in finding out more about the Army Reserve or Line Managers keen to learn about the benefits Reservists bring to their teams.

HOW: Secure your place via the following link:

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Army Reserve Officer Insight Online - 13 Oct 20. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

There are limited spaces available for this webinar, which will be allocated on a first-come first served basis via the registration link. If you are unable to attend, please re-submit your interest via the Army website.

Please submit questions during the webinar via the Q&A feature, rather than via email beforehand.
I remember years ago big companies were recommending management to enlist in the reserve because the military form of command and supervision benefitted the company and individuals were better suited to niche positions. However, retiring SNCO's and Officers were not looked at in the same light.
 

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