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East Midlands Reserve Forces and Cadets Association (RFCA) helps to promote and support the Reserve Forces and Cadets across the region. The RFCA also facilitates the management of the Reserve and Cadet estate.

 

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APRIL 3RD 2020

IMPORTANT: Reservists will support COVID-19
Army load truck with NHS supplies

The Assistant Chief of the Defence Staff (Reserves and Cadets) has written to employers regarding the use of Reservists to support the national response to COVID-19.

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Cadets on their aerospace instructing vourse

APRIL 3RD 2020

THREE RAF AIR CADETS GAIN TOP TRAINING IN AEROSPACE INSTRUCTING

Three Cadets in the East Midlands completed the Qualified Aerospace Instructors Course last month. With the course being one of the top on offer to the RAF Air Cadets in the country, it ran for seven months, from September through to March.

 

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MARCH 26TH 2020

CADET EXPANSION PROGRAMME OFFICERS PRESENTED WITH AWARDS

The Government’s Cadet Expansion Programme has reached its record breaking 500th Cadet Unit parading in schools across the UK.  Mark Alker, School Cadets Expansion Officer (SCEO) for the East Midlands, was presented with a certificate marking the success, along with SCEOs from other regions.

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MARCH 25TH 2020

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

At East Midlands RFCA, the wellbeing of our staff and stakeholders is our highest priority.  In the light of Coronavirus, we would like to assure you that we are taking all necessary steps to protect the health of our people, whilst maintaining as many of our critical outputs as possible.

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MARCH 19TH 2020

GARDNER AEROSPACE SIGNS ARMED FORCES COVENANT
Gardner Aerospace signing

One of the leading international manufacturers of aerospace parts, Gardner Aerospace, have signed the Armed Forces Covenant.  Gardner Aerospace are aware of the benefits that Reservists and service leavers bring to the workforce, as they already employ several themselves.

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New Commodore speaks to naval personnel
Oakham Medical practice collecting their Award
Representatives from Lindum Group collecting the Award
Representatives from Home Instead Senior Care collect their Award
All of the employers from Derbyshire
Air Commodore Simon Edwards with Mayor of Mansfield Cllr Kate Allsopp
They needed to tie planks together in order to make them onlg enough to get down from the objects
Teams needed to make sure the route was safe for others
Henmore Health with their Award
The black tie event had a wide varierty of employers
Phil Pask and Keith Orme from Lincoln City Radio
Loughborough College was one of eight winners in Leicestershire
Teams needed to work together to navigate the obstacles
They could only touch the green parts of the course and there was a limit to the number of people on each piece of equipment
Bridgeway Consulting Collecting their Award
Discussing how to bridge the gap as they go
CEO Carl Hughes of Hughes Driver Training
They needed to help each other through the tasks
Employers enjoyed a three course lunch
Award winners from Nottinghamshire
NHS Nene and Corby CCG were the only CCG to win this year
Balancing carefully to get across the obstacle
Working together to safely position planks
The command tasks were asessed by members of 162 Regiment, RLC.
Hurricane Fighter aircraft
The final challenege required participants to work together and carry a stretcher around the course.
The awards took place in Beaumanor Hall in Leicestershire
The command task area has a variety of obstacle based challenges
Rushcliffe Borough Council were one of the councils that make up the Leicestershire Partnership
Consortio Secuirty accepting their award
Palace of Westminster

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