Training in the British Army is split into Qualifications which are awarded upon completion of the requisite training goals.
Below you will find a list of each qualification the Army offers. Within each qualification the criteria are established alongside the provided access or equipment that the course unlocks upon completion.
To achieve a training goal you must be qualified as complete and compliant with published standard of the goal by a member who has already completed the goal.
To certify a member on a goal it is not necessary that the certifying member has completed all aspects of the qualification to which the goal belongs.
Once the qualifying member believes the goal has been reasonably established he should submit a summary Training Completion Form (TCF) which will notify BAHQ of the accreditation of the trained individual.
Training goals must be witnessed and cannot be taken on candidate’s implied or stated merrit.
Training goals must be completed in an official training environment and cannot be awarded for actions taken during operations.
Training goals can however be awarded outside of official Army Training Excercises.
BAHQ will process the training goal and upon program completion grant the award of any completed programs to the awarded member.
Universal Introductory Program¶
- Is in the British Army Group
- Is in the BAF discord
- Configured his discord so he/she is verified
Basic Infantry Training¶
- Able to do basic drill
- Has been informed about the ROE and Laws of War
- Weapon Safety
- Basic Formations ( Wedge, Line, File, Staggered Column etc. )
- Configuration and employment of a 343 radio
- Understanding of when to use a radio and when to use voice communication
- Is able to read a grid coordinate from a standard map
- Able to call out contacts/sightings, and know the difference
- Able to breach a room or building
- Able to obide to RTR and standard contact/battle drill
Fire Team Leader Qualification¶
- Has read the “Leadership in the 1st RRF” and understands how it related to the role of the fireteam leader
- Understands the concept of developing the skillset of those under him
- Knows how to work as a fireteam leader in the standard infantry battle drills
- Is able to effectively use a AN/PRC 152 radio to tune to platoon net
- Understands how to assume the role of the squad leader in the event of a leadership casualty
- Knows how to perform the core radio reports ( ACE and SALUTE )
- Has completed the AR, DMR, Night and MOUT training programs
- Knows how to use the website to record an After Action Report
Fireteam Leader Qualification¶
- Understands how to lead Fireteams Battle drills
- Knows how to operate on a Section Radio Network including all the standard reports
- Understands the role of the fireteam leader in developing the subordinate members of the squad
- Understands the role of the fireteam leader in coordinating and planning training excercises
- Can receive and process section level TLPs and succesfully brief their squad
- Understands how to communicate requests for fire support and resupply to the section level
Section Leader Qualification¶
- Understands how to lead Section Battle drills
- Knows how to operate on a Platoon Radio Network including all the standard reports
- Understands the role of the squad leader in developing the subordinate members of the squad
- Understands the role of the squad leader in coordinating and planning training excercises
- Can receive and process platoon level TLPs and succesfully brief their squad
- Understands how to communicate requests for fire support and resupply to the platoon level