Adjutant General’s Corps (Educational and Training Services)
Educational and Training Services (ETS) officers provide learning and development opportunities for serving personnel wherever they are around the world.
The Army’s most valuable resource is its personnel. Education is vital to ensure that officers and soldiers are intellectually able to meet the roles of a modern technological army both in barracks and when deployed on complex and challenging operations.
Educating the Army
The Educational and Training Services (ETS) Branch provides that education to Regular and Reserve Army personnel, helping them to meet the challenges of the 21st century challenges by training for certainty and educating for uncertainty.
The ETS is an all-officer, all-graduate branch, responsible for educational and training support to all elements of the Army. The ETS policy of ‘Educating Forward’ ensures day to day contact with soldiers from all Arms and Services, both in barracks and on Operations.
The Army has seen education as critical to its success on operations for many years. The tasks of the ETS have significantly grown over the past few years and, as the Army changes its roles and structures, the ETS is changing to meet them.
Currently, the ETS employs more than 300 Regular and Reserve officers delivering a range of educational fields including support to professional development (ProfDev); improving Functional Skills; supporting instructor development; teaching operational languages and providing cultural advice and leading training development.
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