University of Lincoln announces new training programme for the Royal Navy

Date posted: January 22, 2021
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An ambitious new training programme to equip Royal Navy personnel with the skills and expertise they need to face future challenges will benefit from the academic expertise of the University of Lincoln.

Lincoln has been announced as the academic partner in a consortium led by Capita plc, which will transform and modernise the Royal Navy and Royal Marine’s shore-based training and provide the service with better qualified and more motivated and experienced personnel.

The new service will align with the Royal Navy’s wider transformation agenda and is also expected to increase efficiency in delivery, reducing redundant elements of current training and minimising time lost away from the frontline for service personnel.

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