Your training will follow a syllabus laid out by the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, the world’s premier leadership training centre.
Training is structured and progressive. Military training is delivered across a 7 weekend package and weekly training nights introduce leadership and team building skills, used in both military and civilian sectors.
To become an Army Reserve Officer, you need to complete 4 Modules: Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta. In your first and second year of UOTC you will complete Modules Alpha and Bravo respectively.
You can then make the decision to complete your Army Reserve Officer training by completing Modules Charlie and Delta at Sandhurst thereby earning your Army Reserve Commission. Alternatively, you simply take the training and experience you have gained into your civilian career.
Remember, OCdts have no obligation to join the armed forces when they leave university and can resign from the UOTC at any time.