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EAST MIDLANDS RFCA


East Midlands Reserve Forces and Cadets Association (RFCA) supports both Reserve Forces and Cadet organisations throughout the region. The RFCA also facilitates the management of both the Reserve and Cadet estate.

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WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE EAST MIDLANDS?

SEPTEMBER 25TH 2017

Cadet uses First Aid skills on way to college
Madison Martinez

An A -Level student from Nottingham jumped into action to assist a man in need on her way to college recently after hearing he had been involved in an accident with a tram.

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Brell Ewart and John Wilson

SEPTEMBER 25TH 2017

Ashbourne business raises funds for military rehabilitation centre

An Ashbourne-based construction company has raised £6,700 for the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC).

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Cadet Sergeant Elizabeth Train Brown fire breathing.

SEPTEMBER 22ND 2017

New Lord-Lieutenant Cadet toasts her cadet and circus background

The new Army Cadet Force (ACF) Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet for Lincolnshire is all fired up to take on the prestigious role thanks to her circus background.

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Teams worked together to solve problems

SEPTEMBER 21ST 2017

Employers complete Army leadership training exercise

46 representatives from employers of the public and private sector, including councils, NHS Trusts, engineering consultants, solicitors and the Emergency Services have taken part in an Army-based leadership exercise to gain some insight into how the Army does leadership, with relevance to their business environments.

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SEPTEMBER 21ST 2017

Brackmills businesses pledge support for the Armed Forces
Sara Homer and Col John Wilson with Brackmills guests   Sep 2017

Brackmills Industrial Estate has pledged its support for the Armed Forces – with businesses gathering on the estate to witness the signing of the Armed Forces Covenant.

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Nick Foster
CWO Cox
Working as a team to carry out the activity
Balancing on a platform during the command task
Teams worked together to solve problems
Working as a team to balance a moving object
Learning how to conduct a command task
Working as a team to discuss the best way to complete a practical task
Working as a team to complete the command task
A soldier talks employers through the vehicles and how reservists have to learn how to use them
The Ministry Of Defence's Assistant Regional Employer Engagemtn Director Cathering Sucking
The command tasks were designed to develop leadership and management skills
Receiving feedback
Teams were given a brief before each task and then used their problem solving skills to complete the task
Receiving instructions about the task ahead
Talking through life in the field
East Midlands employers meet reservists in Denmark
Employer Martin Rennoldson of Bombardier takes control
Vehicle coming in with top cover (a guard at the top)
Positive feedback was received from many of those taking part
The Honoary Colonel of 158 RLC speaks with soldiers and employers
Balancing a pipe as a moving object made its way along the line
Positive feedback was received from the Army representatives leading the tasks
Executive Leader 2017
In the field kitchen with reservist chefs
Centuries in action
The teams were made up of a mixture of business representatives
Receiving feedback after completing an activity
Mapping the way
Receiving a debrief after completing the command task
Participants encourage fellow team mates to complete the task
Employers learn about the vehicles

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