The Training Command provides most of the training courses within the army and is the largest training organisation in the armed forces. It employs around 3,300 personnel.
The Training Command has 9 training centres, as well as the Physical Training and Sports Organisation. The Training Command provides individual training and supports units with training courses. It makes use of advanced simulation systems and professional observers/trainers.
- Royal Military NCOs’ School: provides the basic and general job-specific training for NCOs.
- Training Centre for Basic Training: provides General Military Training (basic military skills) for privates and corporals.
- Engineer Training Centre: training for soldiers who want to work as military engineers.
- Logistics Training Centre: for training in the field of logistics.
- Combat Manoeuvre Training Centre: this is where military personnel learn how to deploy troops on land. Subjects covered include: mechanised infantry, airmobile infantry, tanks, ground-based reconnaissance, ground/air operations and command-and-control support.
- Operations Training Centre: provides training support with regard to ground-based operations and is also an institute for doctrine development.
- Driver Training Centre: for training in driving, operating and maintaining wheeled and light tracked vehicles and machines.
- Fire Support Training Centre: for training in ground-based fire support (artillery and mortars).
- Military Intelligence and Security Institute: for training in the area of intelligence and security.
- Physical Training and Sports Organisations: ensures that military personnel have the required physical fitness and skills.
Each training centre has a centre or expertise which does research & development for the training courses, the military field of expertise in question and the procurement of new materiel.