ThanksIt is all on the Army career webpage, simply search Army Reserve Officer.
The regular commissioning course lasts for 44 weeks whilst the reserve course is divided into modules or a single 8 week package.
Both options will see you receive your commission on completion of your training at RMAS. Initial officer training is a series of 4 modules.
Consolidated training courses are run at Sandhurst, allowing you to potentially complete all of your Reserve Officer training in a single eight week package. This is something to discuss with your Candidate Support Manager.
- Module A & B : These are either broken up into seven weekends with an Officer Training Corps or each done as a consolidated two week course at Sandhurst.
- Module C: This lasts for two weeks and takes place at Sandhurst.
- Module D: The two week Army Reserve Commissioning Course at Sandhurst, which is the culmination of your leadership and management training.
I have seen that information on the website. When it comes to UCAS points this is where I fall short as the qualifications I have won’t count (work related but still useful outside the military)