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Royal Logistic Corps Tech Partnership Awards

Ubi-Tech MD Richard Lee was delighted to present Tech Partnership Diplomas in Telecommunications and Unified Communications to the first twelve RLC recipients in recognition of their Continuous Professional Development in their communications trade.

Ubi-Tech have been working hard with The Tech Partnership on behalf of the RLC to have their telecoms skills training and army qualifications given legitimate recognition and accreditation by a civilian awarding body.  These are the first lucky recipients and this means that when they move into a new career outside the armed forces these qualifications on their CVs will be acknowledged by employers as having reached a recognised professional standard.

More information about the aims and objectives of The Tech Partnership can be found here

Many congratulations to all of those who received their diplomas today, we expect that many more will now follow your example.  The next step in their CPD will be to attend our Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications whilst still serving.

Ubi-Tech would like to congratulate the RLC senior management for their foresight and vision in promoting the values of CPD and for being instrumental in demonstrating that people are the most important assets in any organisation.  The RLC is the first corps within the British Army to implement this initiative and are true trailblazers.

Special thanks must go to WO1 Lee Moore, Training Officer at Leconfield for his valuable assistance and enthusiasm without which this would not have been possible.  Lee also received his diploma which appropriately is numbered 0001.

Any Radio System Operators who are interested in receiving this excellent award should contact Ubi-Tech.

First Certificate presentations Lee Moore

Comments on Royal Logistic Corps Tech Partnership Awards

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  1. Comment by Gareth Smith

    Gareth Smith

    What QCG level is the diploma equivalent off

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