The history of the Educational and Training Services (ETS) dates back to the Corps of Army Schoolmasters, 1845. After WWI a Royal Warrant was issued and it became the Army Educational Corps. The Army Educational Corps served throughout WWII, receiving a Royal title in 1946, becoming the Royal Army Educational Corps, until the formation of the AGC (ETS), 1992. Educational and Training Services (ETS) officers provide learning and development opportunities for serving personnel wherever they are around the world. The Army’s most valuable resource is its personnel. And education is vital to ensure all officers and soldiers are intellectually able to meet the roles of a modern technological army, both in barracks & during complex operations.

The ‘Educational and Training Services Tartan’ is the only officially registered tartan in the world, to celebrate the Educational and Training Services. And is fully endorsed by the Educational and Training Services.

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