Stab Skill at Arms Dates

#1
Howdy people.

Just spent nearly an hour on that wonderous thing known as Armynet (as an aside it really is wank) looking for the TA Skill at Arms dates.

Can anyone be a wee gem and enlighten me as to what they are?

Cheers.

P.S. The first person to say "ask your PSI" gets a *******. He's the one that's got me looking for them :D
 
#3
Well spotted.

The instructors courses in sunny Wales.
 
#5
The next All Arms Skill at Arms Instructors course(short) is 10-24th May :D
 
#7
balldrick said:
The next All Arms Skill at Arms Instructors course(short) is 10-24th May :D
Stop trying to wind me up.

Purple_Emperor said:
is it not under 'infantry training' on ARMYNET along with JIs?
I couldn't find it, but then I'm a card carrying thicko.

If you can find them I'll be eternally grateful....
 
#8
Not that it helps but I'm on one at the mo' it doesnt have to be in Wales!
York have a SASC TAG(UK)
 
#10
Can I just say well done on the title of your thread. Pat yourself on the back you TA tube!

May your first lesson be, naming the parts and characteristics of the TA w anker potential instructor!
 
#11
FFBox said:
Not that it helps but I'm on one at the mo' it doesnt have to be in Wales!
York have a SASC TAG(UK)
Got any dates mate?

happysapper said:
Agree with Balldrick on the dates - course bids in at least 10 weeks prior to the course as well.
Apparently that one is fully booked, so there must be more running later in the year?

brucewillis said:
Can I just say well done on the title of your thread. Pat yourself on the back you TA tube!

May your first lesson be, naming the parts and characteristics of the TA w anker potential instructor!
In that case your first lesson should be in the correct use of punctuation.
 
#12
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brucewillis said:
Can I just say well done on the title of your thread. Pat yourself on the back you TA tube!

May your first lesson be, naming the parts and characteristics of the TA w anker potential instructor!
In that case your first lesson should be in the correct use of punctuation.[/quote]

I'm not an Engish teacher!
 
#13
Ask your PSI :D

If its in Wales, does it come under the jurisdiction of the local Brigade, namely 160? You can get the phone numbers for THAT off of ArmyNet.

Prae
 
#15
StabTiffy2B said:
Howdy people.

Just spent nearly an hour on that wonderous thing known as Armynet (as an aside it really is wank) looking for the TA Skill at Arms dates.

Can anyone be a wee gem and enlighten me as to what they are?

Cheers.

P.S. The first person to say "ask your PSI" gets a *******. He's the one that's got me looking for them :D
Ask your PSI. :D

Stabjuggyears, I got your PM, but am not back in work until tomorrow (yes, a Saturday) so will have a look at the DIN that replaced the old DCI 1 with all the courses on and see what I can find you. I'll ping you it over DII. You scary ugly boy.

Sluggy xxx
 
#16
Right you unhelpful cnuts (with the exception of FFbox (check your PMs mate)),

I've found the dates. They only run one a year. Ah well. Roll on next year...

P.S. I now have access to a load of course dates. PM me with offers of sexual favours or with small, undamaged, children and I'll check dates for you.
 
#17
The RTCs some times run courses (by the SASC) to get RTW Instructors qualified. From what I hear there is usually a couple of vacancies.

I believe that's what FFBox has just been on.
 
#19
brucewillis said:
The RTCs some times run courses (by the SASC) to get RTW Instructors qualified. From what I hear there is usually a couple of vacancies.

I believe that's what FFBox has just been on.
yeah just been on it, wass'posed to be for RTC instructors but some were unit instructors of the 20 place only 17 were filled so if you can get time off at short notice it may be worth it.

Its the full 'Short' course if that makes any sense its the two week jobby that refreshes your MOIT and CMCQ skills It wasnt run by the RTC it was run by the SASC TAG(UK) punters! so all tickety boo, despite being considered 'plastic' by the purists among you!
 
#20
It was a great course and i'm glad it was in york as I don't think my knees would have lasted two weeks of running around camp and getting into the different fire positions.
It was funny to hear the sounds of so many old sweats getting up out of the kneeling position.
 

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