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On successful completion of the Army Selection and Military Skills Courses the compulsory Training Process for entry into 63 (UKSF) Signal Squadron follows four stages, outlined below. There are two intakes per year, scheduled for summer and winter. Aptitude and continuation training for potential mobilisation can take up to between 18 to 24 months.

Candidate Suitability Assessment

All volunteers for service within 63 (UKSF) Signal Squadron are to attend a 4 day candidate suitability assessment to assess mental robustness, maturity and commitment. Candidates will be subject to a physical assessment which is no different to the minimum standards of any Army reserve unit.

Further Training Opportunities

Further opportunities for more advanced training exist for soldiers who achieve Fit for Mobilisation status. This includes regular army qualifications.

Opportunities also exist for Adventure Training including skiing, mountain climbing, sailing and sports endurance events for which individuals can also gain military and civilian qualifications.


To request more information and to apply for service with 63 (UKSF) Signal Squadron contact:

0800 163 925
Other areas: Call for details of your nearest detachment.
e-mail for all areas: sfsignals@armymail.co.uk

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