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Army Training Unit (North East)

Army Training Unit (North East) is responsible for training Army Reserve soldiers in the North East on a variety of courses that are held centrally at Queen Elizabeth Barracks, Strensall, York.

The courses we deliver include:

  • Phase 1 Training where Army Reserve soldiers are trained in all the initial military skills required to be an Army Reserve soldier. These are delivered over 4 weekends modular course or a 7 Day Consolidated course.

It also delivers a variety of military courses over weekends that increase the knowledge and skills of the Army Reserve soldier such as:

  • Skill at Arms
  • Map Reading
  • First Aid
  • Defence Instructional Techniques
  • Physical Training
  • Counter IED

These courses are primarily for Army Reserve soldiers but Regular soldiers will be excepted if places are available.

The Army Training Unit is a very busy and consequently is always on the look out for instructors to be posted in to assist with delivery of training.

Serving soldiers and their families can find more information about the Army Training Unit on ArmyNET.