Army Reserve Officer Modules

I'm currently going through the Reserve Officer pathway and wanted to know if anyone had any further information on what the assessments are for Officer Modules B, C and D?

I've done the Initial Training as a Soldier where the assessments are WHTs, Fitness tests and some tests based on the MATTs, but my unit can't find much detail on what these Modules test.

Any help or insight is much appreciated!
 
I'm currently going through the Reserve Officer pathway and wanted to know if anyone had any further information on what the assessments are for Officer Modules B, C and D?

I've done the Initial Training as a Soldier where the assessments are WHTs, Fitness tests and some tests based on the MATTs, but my unit can't find much detail on what these Modules test.

Any help or insight is much appreciated!


All modules A-D have a form of physical assessment in them. RFT (E) in A, SCR in one of them. RFT (S) in C or D (although COVID may mean that isn't running at the moment

Main assessments are the field exercises in each module, and PRACTAC - assessing your combat estimate and orders. This is the area most AR/PQO/CCS OCdts struggle with. Any prior training at a UOTC/OTR would be useful as they specialise in teaching CE&O.

You also do all the MATTs including CBRN and C-EOD/C-IED

Navigation is tested individually both day and night so worth making sure you can nav before arriving!
 
All modules A-D have a form of physical assessment in them. RFT (E) in A, SCR in one of them. RFT (S) in C or D (although COVID may mean that isn't running at the moment

Main assessments are the field exercises in each module, and PRACTAC - assessing your combat estimate and orders. This is the area most AR/PQO/CCS OCdts struggle with. Any prior training at a UOTC/OTR would be useful as they specialise in teaching CE&O.

You also do all the MATTs including CBRN and C-EOD/C-IED

Navigation is tested individually both day and night so worth making sure you can nav before arriving!

This! And worth practising in your own time too with the added benefit that it will improve your fitness levels.
 
There are a few bergen insertions/extractions as well as PD lessons on tabbing etc... so worth building that up too

Nothing preventing you doing some orienteering with a weighted patrol pack. If you don't want to be seen at your local country park sporting an MTP daysack or similar, either buy a civvy one or put a civvy raincover over it.
 

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