ADVENTUROUS TRAINING

Adventurous training helps you develop your team work and leadership skills, which will help you in other areas of your job too.
  • You can earn qualifications - and even become an instructor, which count both in and out of the Army
  • There are loads of different activities available, but the ones that you'll probably find on offer most of the time are: kayaking, caving, parachuting, gliding, mountaineering, mountain biking, sailing, paragliding, skiing and sub-aqua diving.

Adventurous training in the Army

Ammuntion Technician

Specialists in explosives, bomb disposal and all types of ammunition. Ammunition Technicians test, repair and safely store everything from SA80 ammunition clips to anti-aircraft missile systems.

ABOUT AMMUNITION TECHNICIANS

Port Operator

Port Operators offload containers, vehicles and pallets from ships, small vessels and civilian craft chartered by the Army. They learn how to use heavy-duty vehicles and equipment like cranes and container handlers and they also learn to drive and operate different military vehicles and lifts.

ABOUT PORT OPERATORS

Technical Support Specialist

As a Technical Support Specialist you’re responsible for the security, identification, shipping and stock profiling of a wide variety of kit. As a Trainer you instruct officers and soldiers in the latest military skills.

ABOUT TECHNICAL SUPPORT SPECIALISTS

Yorks on exercise

YORKSHIRE REGIMENT

A Coldstream Guard

COLDSTREAM GUARDS

Royal Engineers on a Rigid Raider boat

ROYAL ENGINEERS

Rifles on exercise

THE RIFLES

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