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RLC LATE ENTRY OFFICER COMMISSIONING ASSESSMENT BOARD

Due to the restrictions as a result of COVID-19, The RLC Late Entry Officer Commissioning Assessment Board (LEOCAB) will now take place over the periods 9 – 12 and 13 – 16 September, in Grantham Station.

Candidates who have applied will be notified in early August as to whether they have been invited to attend and to which course. In the meantime, it is encouraged that applicants continue in their preparations, seeking advice from their Chain of Command as well as their local Army Education Centre.

This year’s LEOCAB will be run as a pilot course as part of Programme CASTLE, the Chief of the General Staff-sponsored programme working to transform the Army’s ‘People System’ and whilst there will be changes to previous years, the standard still remains the same.

For more information, please contact Captain Joe Currie: joseph.currie100@mod.gov.uk

The Royal Logistic Corps

The Royal Logistic Corps

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