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HOME LEARNING RESOURCES WHILE IN LOCKDOWN

The RLC has been asked by personnel serving in the Field Army about available learning resources that can be conducted at home throughout the partial lockdown period.

Apprenticeships – A link to The RLC’s apprenticeship provider, Pearson TQ’s BKSB online learning portal can be found HERE

Apprentices will be sent their own log in details by their Functional Skills Tutor.

The Business School UK – Following liaison, The Business School UK has agreed that personnel can access CILT levels 2 to 5 courses for free via its platform.  Those who subsequently wish to enrol and achieve the qualification can do so following submission of the relevant assessments and receipt of payment.  Interested personnel are invited to email the Business School to express an interest. Please include details of trade, trade courses completed and rank to help ensure access to the appropriate course and level.  This access is available until the end of the lockdown period and is available for both ‘mapped’ and open military courses.

Email the business school

Additional free learning resources

In addition, there are links to a wealth of free military related COVID self-isolation courses at Armyleader.co.uk


The Army is committed to maximising its size during the Coronavirus outbreak.

The Army is still accepting applications to join. There are some temporary changes to the recruiting process to help keep the community safe.

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