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We welcome our first course of students from the Royal Corps of Signals

What a fantastic start to the week, kick started with our first course of Royal Corps of Signals students commencing their journey towards achieving their PGCert in Wireless Communications, held in Gamecock Barracks, Bramcote.

“As a Communications Systems Operator I have gained a huge amount of experience during my 19 years serving with the Royal Corps of Signals. Ubi-Tech have now given me the opportunity to translate my professional experience into a recognised academic qualification and I am very pleased to be one of the first students to benefit from their training.”

Sgt Ash O’Brien 258 Signal Squadron 

We are a preferred supplier to the MOD and deliver our Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications to communicators in the Royal Signals and the Royal Logistic Corps as part of their Continuous Professional Development. We are an ELCAS approved centre number 6079 and you may use up to £2000 of credit to pay towards the cost of the course. The PGCert is accredited by the University of Wolverhampton and is equal to 60 UCAS points and is part of a Master’s programme.

In partnership with the University of Wolverhampton, we accept completion of the R SIGNALS Class 3 Operator course and completion of the R SIGNALS ICT(P) Apprenticeship plus 3 years’ service, (however those without the Apprenticeship standard may be considered on a case by case basis) as the pre-requisite for enrolment onto our Post Graduate Certificate programme of further study and training to attain a level 7 qualification in Wireless Communications. The Unit CoC is also advised the soldier will need at least 12 months to allow completion of the programme.

Your previous training, knowledge and work experience within your military role is recognised by the University of Wolverhampton through the ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’ (RPL) board as meeting the requirements to attend our Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications.

How to enrol on a programme

Your first point of contact is your Chain of Command to express your interest in attending this programme.  There are several dates available throughout the year at unit locations across the UK and NI; you also need to send an email to for further information.

When you have confirmed dates and permission to attend from your CoC please apply for your ELCAS.  Your place on the course will be confirmed when we have received your ELCAS Claim Authorisation Note (CAN) and completed Ubi-Tech Course Booking Form.

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