Role Players

#1
I am currently engaged with a leading UK commercial company that provides professional actors to the private and public sector for `role playing` in such activities as:

appraisals
broaching sensitive or difficult issues
conflict resolution
coping with change
customer care
diversity
interviewing skills
management & staff development
negotiation skills
recruitment & assessment centres

It is our intention to offer UK & European Law Enforcement (and other agencies) a database of security cleared role players who have experience of HUMINT, Surveillance, Interrogation/Interviewing skills and other parallel tradecraft skills that can be utilised as OPFOR in practical and real life training exercises allowing clients to focus on student development and course curriculum.

The proposal is in the mid stages of development however a number of S&LEA agencies have already expressed significant interest.

Unfortunately, these opportunities will not be available to serving personnel unless, subject to further clarifcation, they are in their last 6 months.

If your clerance has lapsed there will be a requirement to obtain a level of clearance at some juncture.

If you are interested and wish to be kept informed of progress and further information please contact me via e-mail on mail@ greyandgreen.com

Please place the words `Role Player` in the Subject header of any mail.
 
#2
Whiskybreath said:
If they're looking for a highly competent actor with skills in the how-not-to:

• broach sensitive or difficult issues
• conflict resolution
• cope with change
• customer care
• diversity

departments;

I'm yer man.
"NEXT !"
 
#3
reebrov said:
Post it in ICAREC then!! Don't waste serving members' time reading your shite!
Some serving members might be interested to know how much or how little work is available on the outside. If you bothered to read TMA's other posts you might also have noticed he hints where current LSNs in the Corps could be ripe for civilianisation.

Considering his competitive edge, I think this is quite sporting of him.

If you can not see that far into the future, I can only guess you are a stray from the Royal Corps, eternally content with sweeping the vehicle park and doing conservancy parade.

A wise old owl once told me that resettlement begins the day you join the army.
How's your networking going M8?
 

cpunk

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#4
Let's start again shall we children? The nice man has posted hinting that there may be some post-military employment opportunities for the mighty warriors of the Green Beret.

Carry on...
 
#5
"The nice man has posted hinting that there may be some post-military employment opportunities for the mighty warriors of the Green Beret"

So.....he's looking for former Booties then?
 
#7
Dubb_al_Ibn said:
.....only if they can act, dear boy, only if they can act.
I once played "number three rifleman" in Section Attack at the Vic'*, a part I think I made my own lovie.







*Victory College that is...
 
#10
jim4244 said:
"The nice man has posted hinting that there may be some post-military employment opportunities for the mighty warriors of the Green Beret"

So.....he's looking for former Booties then?
Actually - he more than probably is :(
 
#11
Dubb_al_Ibn said:
.....only if they can act, dear boy, only if they can act.
.......... give constructive criticism based on factual, operational and vocational experience for the required scenario :oops:

Then again given that I know of his exacting standards you will have to undergo some Stanislavski pre training requirement !
 
#12
Cuddles said:
Dubb_al_Ibn said:
.....only if they can act, dear boy, only if they can act.
I once played "number three rifleman" in Section Attack at the Vic'*, a part I think I made my own lovie.


*Victory College that is...
Lying Bugger ! You always liked musical theatre ! 8)
 
#13
NickNafsak said:
I played Pontious Pilate in a primary school rendition of Jesus Christ Superstar - does that count?
Apologies mate - but Cuddles has all options on the West End. His GAYDAR has always been ....................................

However, will be seeing said originator this weekend and ensure that there is a part written specially for you - just apply even you would not turn 200 notes a day ?
 
#14
Over4MeNow said:
I am quite a good actor and I am Spartacus!
McSpartacus more like :wink:

By the way can you do a Brummie accent yet and how is your map reading ? :twisted:
 
#15
I will do a brummie accent and map read at the same time for 200 notes.

Do you think TMA needs any child actors?
 
#17
MeOldChinagraph said:
By the way how is your map reading ? :twisted:
Not to forget map reading at speed " I can't find that place Ausfart, on the map. I'm sure we have been past once already...."
 
#19
I think it's near Rasthaus.
 
#20
Carry on along the obvious, turn off for Ausfahrt, bear left by Rasthof and when you see the lass with the camping wagon by the side of the road, you're pretty much there.
 

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