Tuesday, 22 January 2013

TERRITORIAL ARMY TRAINING

Training
 
Training in Infantry TA is carried out on Urban and provincial systems.
Urban systems of training : Training is carried out on weekends and holidays. Four hours training is counted as one day.
Recruit Training : 32 days in the first year only including a camp of not less than 4 days if the trainee volunteers with the written consent of his employer, if any.
Annual Training : A minimum of 30 days extendable up to a maximum of 60 days including a camp for 14 days.
Post Commission Training: All Officers are required to undergo 10 weeks of Post commission Training within two years of their commissioning.
Voluntary Training to gain additional military training, provided the trainee Volunteers with the written consent of the employer, if any.

Provincial systems of training
Recruit Training : For a continuous period of 30 days in the first year only.
Annual Training : For a continuous period of two calendar months in the first and subsequent years.
Post commission Training: 10 weeks post commission training is compulsory within two years of commissioning.
Voluntary Training to gain additional military training, provided the trainee volunteers with the written consent of his employer, if any.


Departmental TA
Recruit Training: This is carried out for a continuous period of 30 days in the first year in a camp. No recruit training is there for Medical and Nursing Officers of General Hospital (TA).
Annual Training: In the first and subsequent years annual training is carried out for a continuous period of 30 days in a camp. For Officers of General Hospital (TA), this is carried out on weekends, without a camp, four hours training being counted as one day.
Post Commission Training: 30 days post commission training within two years of commissioning is compulsory for all Departmental TA Officers, except Medical Officers of Railway (TA) units and Officers of General Hospitals (TA).
Voluntary Training : Departmental TA personnel who volunteer with the specific consent of their departments can be attached for voluntary training.
 

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