Royal Signals Trustee Ltd – Swift and sure support for The Corps
Royal Signals – The Army’s Professional Communicators
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Royal Corps of Signals – Leaders in a digital age
Brought to you by Royal Signals Trustee Ltd (RSTL)
We are a registered Charity supporting Royal Signals’ soldiers through their Day Pay Giving scheme. The objects of The Charity are to support the efficiency and morale of The Royal Corps of Signals and to provide benevolence support to serving and retired signallers who are in need or distress. This site illustrates the wonderful Corps we support, their work and the work we do to help. It is not an MoD site nor is it part of, the Army’s official web site.
There are many opportunities to work with us including: fundraising, supporting The RSI or as a volunteer (including museum volunteers). For those with an interest in the military, the Royal Corps of Signals currently has vacancies for soldiers – both regular (full-time) or reserve (part-time). Explore this site to find out more about the Corps family or contact Army Recruiting.
Corps Support - From The RSTL
Qualified, professional, incentivised
Thousands of soldiers are earning while learning, thanks to generous allowances via HM Forces.
But that’s not all; from apprentice soldier to senior officer The RSI supports a series of awards for top performing signallers of all ranks.
There’s never been a better incentive to study.
Thinking about your next Adventurous Training exercise?
Whether on land or sea, high in the mountains or deep in the ocean; get your trip on the road with help from The RSBF.
Royal Signals – spirit of adventure encouraged
Explore eligibility criteria now.
Maximise your potential now
The Royal Signals Institution provides a golden opportunity to parade your professionalism.
With thought provoking lectures, support for professional accreditation, industry links, annual awards for excellence and more; isn’t it time you visited The RSI?
Notes from The CorpsRoyal Signals - Leaders in a digital age
More than a blue beret
Valuing the individual
Wanting to change trades, hankering for specialist service or interested in becoming an officer?
There are so many opportunities available to serving members of The Corps. Speak to your RCMO now and find out who to talk to and how the process works.
The vital link
At any one time, Royal Signals soldiers are deployed on operations an humanitarian missions across the globe. Take a look at our interactive map to see the countries where Signallers are currently deployed.
Protecting the UK, preventing conflict
As a vital part of HM Forces we are fully engaged in fighting the UK’s enemies at home, overseas and in cyber space. First in, last out – we also work to help manage disaster and minimise suffering and distress.
As the global landscape changes so does The Corps. Explore the range of ICT and Cyber qualifications now.
One Great Corps
Thousands of fabulous soldiers
A commanding position - Royal Signals' leadership
History & heritage
Countdown to 100 Years of The Corps 1920 - 2020
Corps Sport - Supported by RSBF
Royal SignalsThe home of inspirational professionals
We've been expecting you...
We don’t promise visits from M or gadgets from Q but our soldiers have Bond traits. They’re mentally tough, exceptionally physically fit and have an outstanding ability to work well under pressure. They get to travel, work with gadgets and secrets and importantly have a family of support too.
Royal Signals – Swift and sure
Special Forces Communicator (SFC)
The best move you will ever make
Serving in The Corps? Determined, courageous, self-disciplined, intelligent, physically fit with mental, moral and physical stamina? Find out more now.
You may not blow your own trumpet but you have to be dedicated and talented to join the Royal Signals’ band.
Playing ability and potential are more important than formal music qualifications but work hard and play hard are just two of the many key requisites to parade with the band.
Royal Corps of Signals – Work with us
Being a soldier is the key responsibility of anyone serving in the Army. All who join will go through basic training, which provides recruits with the essential skills they need to be a professional soldier. You’ll get to understand just how important team work is and, among other things, learn essential field skills such as living out of a Bergen, cooking rations and safely operating a weapon. This basic training will give you the discipline and confidence to succeed – as a soldier, in your trade training and beyond.
Currently there are six trade options available to those who join the Royal Signals but – as we move into an ever more digital age – the way we work and the training we undertake is constantly evolving. This is essential to keep pace with the demands of modern technology and warfare, where communication and communications remain at the forefront of all we do.
Royal Corps of Signals – A world of opportunity
Royal Corps of Signals – Leaders In A Digital Age