CMT 1 Course dates

#1
Hi all,
Am looking for some course dates for CMT 1, DITS and BCDT instructer. Went to my PSI who said he didn't deal with that, was too busy and I should go to the SPSI instead. Who was also really busy. I should go to the MOD website and look at the course list to get the dates myself, and they can then book it for me.

However, after having a wander around the MOD website, the Army net website and ARRSE, at a push, I am still nowhere fast.

Can anyone give me a clue as to course dates? Heard a rumour CMT 1 wasn't running until January 2011. Or maybe a linky to this fabled online course list?

Any help would be appreciated.

Cup
 
#3
Can provide link to online course list if you have DII, PM me.

CMT 1 is 22 May (which you have just missed) and then 15 Jan 11. BCDT and DITs depends upon which Bde RTC you come under, where in the country are you?
 
#4
Also CMT1 courses are generally over-subscribed so get your application in early- get your SPSI to get that bid in. It is his job after all!
 
#5
birduk said:
Also CMT1 courses are generally over-subscribed so get your application in early- get your SPSI to get that bid in. It is his job after all!
Correct. We've been bidding for the Jan 11 course since last year!
 
#6
Yes these courses are few & far between, the regs don't put a lot of resources into to CMT 1 (V) courses and were supposed to be stopping them.

If you're getting deployed it looks almost certain that if you are CMT 1 or 2 they'll make you do a bridging course then the Reg CMT 1 course anyway, the next one of these starts around the 20th June.

BCD & DITS are run at brigade training team level, just find out when they are (you should have this info on a notice board) if nothing suitable see if you can do it with another brigade.

You need to do the DITS first.

Tell your PSIs it is their job -that's the whole point of them being attached, not gyming it up or plastering on the side.
 
#7
17THSEPTEMBER1944 said:
Tell your PSIs it is their job -that's the whole point of them being attached, not gyming it up or plastering on the side.
That always goes down well with a lazy PSI! :lol:
 
#8
Got given a handy tip. Go to Armynet and type "TA Courses" in the search bar, after a quick look through the result found a course handbook. Gave me the info I needed.

Also, seems some RTC's have a page on armynet. And some of them put their course books on this page. Just a pointer for the future for anyone who wants to know. For CMT courses look at the defence med school or 2 med Bde.

Cup
 

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