Training and Education Transformation at the School of Infantry

Director Professional Military Education answers the burning question "What's all this Spinifex stuff?" with an overview of how a new approach at the School of Infantry is driving training...

By Fiona Curtis


The Importance of Multi–Skilling Unit Quartermaster Personnel

Faith Miller writes on the importance of multi-skilling unit quartermaster soldiers in the lead up to the merging of ECNs to ensure they are building a resilient, adaptive and contemporary trade.

By Faith Miller


PME is not just for Officers

The problem with being too busy to read is that you learn by experience (or by your men’s experience), i.e. the hard way.

By Daniel Cowan


Should career courses still be graded?

Does the impact of grading mean we play it safe when we are being assessed on career courses? 

By Jack Goener


They Told Me I Should go to Rehab And I Said No, No, No!

In today's article Ebony O'Brien takes us on her long rehabilitation journey.

By Ebony Obrien


Bring the Others Back: Building Warriors in 1 RAR’s Yard

In June this year, Dylan Brown informed us on Trenchline that the First Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (1 RAR) are transforming the existing 1 RAR Assault Pioneer yard into a training...

By Dylan Brown


Empowering Non-Commissioned Officers to Become Experts

In this article Darren Murch asks the question, 'Is the Australian Army doing all it can to empower it's NCO's to be expert trainers.

By Darren Murch OAM