The Royal Signals Institution (RSI) works to support Royal Signals Soldiers

The Royal Signals Institution (RSI) seeks to:

  • Encourage life-long learning.
  • Develop original and innovative approaches to problem solving.
  • Help build dynamic and creative teams.
  • Promote enquiry, debate, research and innovation.
  • Provide a myriad of business and professional networking opportunities.

All with the  aim of creating a Corps of learned, inspirational soldiers; brimming with passion. Soldiers who have a pride in their work, a zest for development and a professionalism that is universally admired.

A Corps of skilled, experienced and competent professionals. Professionals that can design, build, run and configure complex and ad-hoc networks and structures supported by applications and data engineers. Soldiers who can work in challenging and hostile environments; who  are innovative, creative and responsive, capable of optimally delivering what is required when and where it is needed.

RSI activities and events include:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Workshops
  • Dinners
  • CV advice
  • Mentoring
  • Career transition workshops
  • Networking opportunities
  • Professional recognition and awards

Up Coming Events

DateEventLocationEvent Details 
10th April Network Simulator PerformancePrincess Mary Hall, Blandford CampDavid Newell, Principal lecturer at Bournemouth University
22nd MayCloud ComputingPrincess Mary Hall, Blandford CampMark Jackson, CISCO
5th JuneCyber SeminarBT Tower in LondonConfirmed lectures so far include Dr Nitin Naik, ITW DSCIS, on Network Security, and Dr Robert Hercock, Chief Research Scientist at BT, on AI and Technology Strategy.
26th JuneThe Reconnaissance and Intelligence Missions Behind D-DayPrincess Mary Hall, Blandford CampDr David Abrutat FRGS, Buckingham University
21st Nov RSI Dinner Institute of Directors London
21st Nov Apps and Data Seminar National Cyber Security Centre London
5th December Royal Signals Apprentice of the Year Princess Mary Hall, Blandford Camp
February 2020TBC Princess Mary Hall, Blandford Camp Dr David Abrutat FRGS, Buckingham University