If you're looking for information about joining the Army, or have a question, and you can't get to your local Army Careers Centre, we've put together a variety of online virtual events to help you find the answers you're looking for.
Have you considered a role in the Army but not sure where to start? Our regular drop in virtual sessions will give you a detailed overview of what a role in the Army could be like for you. You'll hear from a serving soldier, have the chance to participate in interactive polls, and ask any questions you might have about Army life.
Discover more about Army life, opportunities and benefits.
Monday 18th October at 1:30 pm - Royal Armoured Corps The Royal Armoured Corps combines speed, momentum, firepower and reconnaissance capabilities with armoured fighting vehicles like the Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank and the Jackal Fighting Vehicle - come along to this talk to find out more.
Tuesday 19th October at 11:30 am - Intelligence Corps The Intelligence Corps is responsible for information gathering and intelligence analysis. Modern military operations are dependent on the provision of highly accurate and timely intelligence - join this talk to find out more about the roles available.
Thursday 21st October at 11:30 am - Infantry As an Infantry soldier, you will enjoy challenge and responsibility in equal measure. There is never a dull moment at Infantry Training Centre Catterick where the world's best infantry soldiers are made. Be at the heart of the action and speak to our infantry team on this virtual event. Find out about the roles, career opportunities, locations, qualifications, and what happens next at the Assessment Centre. This session will be presented by a serving infantry soldier who you can ask any questions you may have to.
Thursday 21st October at 1:30 pm - Corps of Army Music The Corps of Army Music is the public face of the Army and supports National and Defence interests around the globe, where its specialist musical abilities cross international languages and cultures. Find out more about a career in the Army in a Musician role - if you are interested in this side of the Army then join this talk to find out more.
Thursday 21st October at 6:00 pm - Army Reserve The Army Reserve offers all the great benefits of the British Army with a part time commitment. As an Army Reserve you will be expected to work 19 to 27 days each year with training on evenings or weekends to fit around your job or family life. You can choose to join a local or national unit and learn valuable trade or specialist skills offering recognised qualifications to help improve your career, in and out the Army. For each day you work you will be paid the same day rate as a full time soldier with tax-free bonuses for completing your training.
Monday 25th October at 11:30 am - Army Medical Services The Army Medical Services give vital medical care to soldiers and working animals, anywhere in the world. Join our presentation where the team will be talking about the wide range of medical roles available in the Army.
Wednesday 27th October at 1:30 pm - Army Air Corps The Army Air Corps (AAC) is the combat aviation arm of the British Army. Recognisable by their distinctive blue berets, AAC soldiers deliver firepower from battlefield helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft to overwhelm and defeat enemy forces. Join this talk if you are interested in finding out more about the Army Air Corps
Thursday 28th October at 11:30 am - Royal Engineers In the Army, your engineering career could take you anywhere, from chartered engineering and logistics to bricklaying and bomb disposals. Find out more about the day-to-day life of our engineers and the career prospects available to you.
Monday 1st November at 1:30 pm - Adjutant General's Corps The Adjutant General's Corps (AGC) is one of the largest Corps in the British Army and provides support in the form of Military Personnel Administrators, Military Police, Military Provost Staff, Military Provost Guard Service, Educational and Training Services, and Army Legal Services. Join this talk to hear more about the roles and career progression opportunities available.
Tuesday 2nd November at 11:30 am - Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers A modern high tech Army needs highly trained men and women to keep equipment working. The role of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) is to do just that; maintain, repair, and manufacture equipment to keep battle-winning aircraft, tanks, and weapons in fighting order. The REME exists to 'keep the punch in the Army's fist'. Find out more in this presentation.
Wednesday 3rd November at 11:30 am - Female Focus Army careers aren’t only about combat, we need lots of different skills and like all teams, we work by placing people in positions where they can make the best use of those skills. Women have been a vital part of the history of the Army and we are proud to be listed in the Times Top 50 of employers of women. Equality is at the heart of what we do - men and women are on the same pay-scale. It's not just in the pay packet that women are equal, they are also treated with the same respect as their male colleagues.
Join our presentation about life in the Army as a woman and hear live from serving female soldiers who can answer any questions or concerns you might have about joining the Army.
Monday 8th November at 1:30 pm - Royal Signals Fast-moving and game-changing, the Royal Signals are leaders in IT, Cyber and Telecommunications, providing battle-winning communications to every part of the Army. The Royal Signals are trained to become experts in engineering and operating systems, networks, and cyber equipment. Join our presentation to find out more about the career options available
Tuesday 9th November at 11:30 am - Royal Logistic Corps The Royal Logistic Corps are the logistical power behind the Army. The RLC provide essential logistic support and services to ensure that the Army can function effectively and efficiently, wherever soldiers are deployed. The RLC have a hugely diverse set of roles available, including Ammunition Technician, Mariner and Postal and Courier Operator – join this session to find out more about these roles.
Wednesday 10th November at 11:30 am - Royal Artillery Join us for a live presentation from members of the Royal Artillery to get an insight of the different job roles on offer, the various equipment that are worked with, what training consists of, and the normal day to day life of an Artillery soldier.
Thursday 11th November at 1:30 pm - Army Air Corps The Army Air Corps (AAC) is the combat aviation arm of the British Army. Recognisable by their distinctive blue berets, AAC soldiers deliver firepower from battlefield helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft to overwhelm and defeat enemy forces. Join this talk if you are interested in finding out more about the Army Air Corps
Friday 12th November at 11:30 am -Sports and Adventurous Training with the Infantry Are you interested in finding out about the range of sports and also the range of eSports that are on offer in the Army? This presentation will give you a detailed understanding of the importance of sport in the Army and the range of sports you can play - including eSports.
Monday 15th November at 1:30 pm - Royal Armoured Corps The Royal Armoured Corps combines speed, momentum, firepower and reconnaissance capabilities with armoured fighting vehicles like the Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank and the Jackal Fighting Vehicle - come along to this talk to find out more.
Officers in the British Army are trained to lead from the front. They are given training so they can best serve their soldiers and their country. Join our live events to find out more about life as an Officer.
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