TA - Female Joining Royal Reg Scotland as a Medic

#1
What training does a Medic get joining the TA?
Ive already been a Reg Soldier but had to leave training due to an injury.
Are you part of Royal Reg of Scotland or RAMC attatched to Infantry?
 
#2
You will be RAMC, attached. No PIDS for females in Infantry capbadges.
 
#3
Training will be trade courses at Keogh - with ongoing training in unit (depending on the size of the RAMC detachment)
Were you RAMC Reg, in which case if its less than 2 years since you left your existing Quals will remain.
HTH
 
#5
You've got the choice of 6 Scots or 7 Scots depending where you live. The medics in 7 Scots are munters.....
 
#6
#7
I wasn't medically discharged I DAOR after an injury.
6 Scots is my closest, what I want to know is what cap badge will I be under, will I wear ramc beret or rrs beret... Will I belong to ramc or rrs?
 
#8
No, I didn't pass out because my injury affected my whole training. They didn't tell me it would take 3 years to go back regs, so what I want to do is go ta... I was accepted by my ACIO again and welcomed back, I then got deferred for a year for a tiny complaint to my doctor that's been well over a year now.....
 
#9
You wont wear a RRS beret as they don't, you will however wear their headress and hackle plus the RAMC capbadge providing you get in
 
#10
No, I didn't pass out because my injury affected my whole training. They didn't tell me it would take 3 years to go back regs, so what I want to do is go ta... I was accepted by my ACIO again and welcomed back, I then got deferred for a year for a tiny complaint to my doctor that's been well over a year now.....
So you weren't a regular then.

Someone better positioned than me will confirm but you may require a letter from your doctor and I'd be expecting a drawn out process if I where you.
 
#12
So ill be wearing a tam o shanter, the green beret, and ramc cap badge... Thankyou!
Well ill get a letter, a check up and evidence to show this was an uneccesary decision.
 
#13
To get back on topic, time served and Reg/not Reg not withstanding, as a medic you will do 3 courses at keogh to get you to CMT1 level, with additional in house or specialist training (depending on whether you are the only medic or part of a larger RAMC attachment. (My old TA unit had a 3 man section at my barracks and a 5 man one at the other barracks with a couple of Wolfs held at each location).


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#16
So ill be wearing a tam o shanter, the green beret, and ramc cap badge... Thankyou!
Well ill get a letter, a check up and evidence to show this was an uneccesary decision.

Def a closet Walt!!!
 
#19
I wasn't medically discharged I DAOR after an injury.
6 Scots is my closest, what I want to know is what cap badge will I be under, will I wear ramc beret or rrs beret... Will I belong to ramc or rrs?
At least one of those questions have been answered.

If you ask a question, try reading the ******* replies.
 
#20
Hi, I was meaning, the tam o shanter, which is green..... with Royal Army Medical Corps cap badge on it instead of Royal Regiment of Scotland... Dinny get smart!
 

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