What’s next for UK recruiting

Armed Forces recruitment centre and recruitment center staff will be called out to staff at a number of recruitment centers across the UK in the coming days, including those operated by the Royal Marines, the Air Force, the Royal Engineers, and the Royal Navy.

The new recruitment centre announcement follows a series of reports from British media that revealed the number of recruits being sent to the armed forces has risen by nearly 20% in just four years.

A total of 3,000 people are currently serving in the armed services, and over 600,000 are expected to be recruited in the next 12 months.

With the UK preparing to take part in the UK’s biggest military exercise since the end of the Falklands War, there will be more opportunities for military personnel to receive training in the new facilities.

According to the UK Government, around 70% of all the recruits coming to the Armed Forces in the year to March 2019 were recruited via recruitment centres.

However, the Home Office has insisted that recruitment in these new centres will be subject to rigorous security checks and security checks are expected every month at the new centres.