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Training Defect Reports (TDRs)

Training Defect Reports (TDRs) are used by the Training Requirements Authority (TRA) to identify where training is going wrong. Where training goes wrong, we are either:

– Not training the correct subject areas.

– Not training to the right depth of knowledge.

– Training the incorrect procedure.

Ask yourself this question: are the personnel within your Unit suitably trained to carry out their roles? Are they being taught the correct things to enable them to do their job? Are they being taught the subject areas in enough depth? Or do you find yourself having to teach them how to carry out a particular task, one that is integral to your trade but the new soldiers coming in don’t know how to do it? Then you need to complete a TDR to bring the problem to Log TDT’s attention. The form is incredibly straightforward to fill out and will take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. Please be assured that your details will remain confidential; we only request them so that we may contact you to clarify any points you have made. Ultimately, if you don’t tell us where the training is going wrong, we can’t fix it, and nothing will ever change.

Click here to complete the form

The Royal Logistic Corps

Royal Logistic Corps Tartan from The Ministry of Tartan.co.uk

The unique British-made range of RLC Tartan is officially registered and has been approved by The RLC. It incorporates the dark blue, gold and scarlet of the Corps’ stable belt and black represents respect for all fallen RLC comrades.

As official MOD Licensees, for every product sold connected to any of the Services, The Ministry of Tartan gives a percentage to the relevant Benevolent Fund.

RLC tartan scarves and other items are available to order online from The Ministry of Tartan website: www.theministryoftartan.co.uk
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A/LCPL Kwarteng and A/LCPL Kwame-Tanoh of 64 Squadron, 6 Regiment RLC, who have been attached to BATUK for the past four weeks, have paid a visit to the Hope & Home Orphanage in Nanyuki, Kenya where they made food donations to the Charity.

The two soldiers decided to raise funds from friends and family in the UK via Facebook, raising a total of £150 (KSH 22,000.00) which was used to purchase much needed supplies for the orphans.

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