Yea, non infantry type branch’s will need to have a sponsoring unit, usually from the Navy it means achieving AACC before being considered.You'd have to do military courses to brush up on green skills similar to that that RN or non infantry ranks would have to do I imagine.
Surely it would depend if someone applied or showed interest and was a good egg and had good SJARs and known to be good in the field, allowances could be made?You most likely will be too busy to even prep for I in the rmbs. They are flat out.
I’d imagine so. From what I’ve heard they need to have decent SJARs and have some real promise. Before passing AACC or P Company to get a sponsoring unit. As a way of showing and proving infantry type skills and aptitude.Is completion of Combat Infantryman's Course the first step for a Regular, non-Infantry rank (dentist, bandie, lawyer, etc.) towards UKSF selection?
I don't have a definitive answer but I recall completion of CIC as being a required stepping stone for personnel who might only have acquired very basic green skills before they started their specialist Phase Two training. Someone here might know more.As a way of showing and proving infantry type skills and aptitude.