Armed Forces Reserves Presentation -

Armed Forces Reserves Presentation -

Armed Forces Reserves Presentation The Reserves Why we need Reserves Cost Effectiveness Maintaining regular force may not be best value for money. Certain specialist areas that are not practical or cost effective to maintain full time. Specialist Capability Better access to skills and capabilities more readily available in the civilian sector. Regeneration Strategic reserve for resilience and regeneration of our Armed Forces in case of national crisis. Connecting with Society The Financial Offer Paid to serve (rates vary by rank) Annual training bounty Travel expenses

Access to learning credits Access to pension (from April 2015) Paid leave The Reserve Service Offer Fitness, Sport & Adventurous Training Develop new skills and gain qualifications Train and work alongside regular forces Get paid, with access to support & welfare services The Commitment Routine Commitment

1 evening a week 1 weekend a month 2 weeks a year training Exceptional Circumstance Mobilisation (up to 12 months including pre-training and post tour leave) Routine commitment will usually be taken outside of work time (weekends and leave). Many employers grant additional paid or unpaid leave for Reserve service. Mobilisation continues to be based on the need to meet operations. Recruitment Ages Age new entrants 16-40 16-32 (Marine)

17-49 18-50 Age with previous military experience 16-56 16-51 (Marine) 17-51 (Officer) 18-57 18-56 Other Requirements: Must be a UK, Irish Republic or Commonwealth citizen, or Naturalised British Subject. Must have lived in the UK for the past 5 years and meet basic fitness and medical standards. Reserves in the Civil Service Professional & Personal

Development Challenges, Adventures & Rewards Leadership and Management Accreditation Additional Paid Annual Leave Yearly Tax-Free Bonus The Reserves Maritime Reserve Join the trained strength of the Naval Service on completion of training

The primary roles of the Maritime Reserves are: Mobilise in support of operations Provide training exercise enablers Provide niche capabilities Connect with the nation (Royal Navy in the Public Eye) The Maritime Reserve does not provide standing formed units. Personnel are employed in small teams or as

individuals to support their regular counterparts. Royal Navy Reserve Specialisations General Entry: With Prior Experience: Seaman Amphibious Warfare Logistics Chaplain

Mine Warfare Cyber Operations Communications Engineering Information Operations Media Operations

Submarine Operations Medical Officer Maritime Trade Operations Nursing Officer Nurse By Selection: Intelligence, Diver Royal Marine Reserve Specialisations

Commando Rifleman Fire Support (Machine guns) Indirect Fire (Mortars) Assault Engineers Heavy Weapons Combat Intelligence

Landing Craft Military Stabilisation Support Group Special Boat Service Army Reserve Specialisations Combat Engineering Driving, Logistics & Support

Human Resources & Finance Intelligence, Cyber, IT & Communications Medical Policing Music & Ceremonial Army Reserve Recruitment Regionally recruited:

Nationally recruited: Recruit local to you Recruit across the UK Variety of the roles Minimum of 27 days training a year Greater use of civilian skills in a military setting

Reduced time commitment (min 19 days) Increased upper age limit for recruitment RAF Reserves Specialisations Air Operations Support Communications & Intelligence Force Protection & Policing

Medical & Medical Support Logistics Personnel Support Technical & Engineering Length of Training 3 weekends 1 week weapon training course 2 week confirmation course 5 weekends

2 week course 7 weekends 2 weeks Reserve Forces Commando Course 6 modules 4 weekends 4 weekends 2 week course 2 week course 2 week trade course 1 weekend Officer Training Initial training with officer focus 4 weekends and 2

weeks Sea Time Post Fleetboard - Initial Warfare & Leadership modules Normal initial training for Royal Marines Reserve Recommendation by Commanding Officer Bespoke training by Unit and Commando Training Centre 4 modules over several weekends Basic Training 3 week course Followed by 4 weekends

Post Command modules 2 week course Find out more Questions? #jointhereserves Or Search Online: Reserves

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