This may be of particular interest to our Nursing, Biomedical and Sport Students.
Why join the Army Medical Services Reserve?
The Army Reserve (formerly known as the Territorial Army) is playing an increasingly important role alongside the Regular Army. Wherever you find the British Army, you’ll find the Army Medical Services Reserve (AMS Reserve). During times of war, counter insurgency or peacekeeping operations, you could be there as a member of the AMS Reserve to help maintain soldiers’ health and provide medical care to the sick and injured.
What’s on offer?
• Annual tax-free bonus
• Civilian recognised training and development courses in areas such as leadership and management, disaster relief and those relevant to your profession
• Daily pay in-line with your trade/qualifications and rank
• Adventurous training opportunities in the UK and abroad
As a member of the AMS Reserve, you’ll be expected to complete a certain number of training days each year. Nationally recruited AMS Reserve Officers and Soldiers have a minimum training commitment of 19 days per year. Whereas those that are regionally recruited have a higher commitment of 27 days per year as they normally live within 50 miles of their Army Reserve unit. Complete your annual commitment and you’ll even qualify for a tax-free bonus known as a bounty.
Find out more
For further details come along to this talk