Royal Military College of Australia

Royal Military College of Australia

The mission of Royal Military College of Australia is to deliver initial and ongoing common foundation warfighting training and education that is aligned throughout the officer and soldier training continuums.

The Royal Military College of Australia was raised on 01 July 2009 under the new Forces Command organisation and commands three units: the Land Warfare Centre in Canungra, the Royal Military College - Duntroon in Canberra and the Army Recruit Training Centre in Kapooka, near Wagga Wagga. The Royal Military College of Australia also works in conjunction with the 2nd Division for the delivery of Army Reserve Training.
 
The organisation's role is to provide initial training for soldiers and officers and to preserve and enhance Army's foundation warfighting training throughout a soldier's and officer's career in Army. The Royal Military College of Australia is responsible for all courses within the All Corps Officer and Soldier Training Continuum, which begins with enlistment training and continues with career courses at an intermediate, advanced and command level. This process ensures that Army members have the skills, knowledge and attitudes required for them to support the delivery of Army capability throughout their careers in the Army.  
 
Located in Patterson Hall within the historic grounds of Duntroon Garrison, Commandant Royal Military College of Australia is responsible to the Commander Forces Command for the efficient and effective delivery of individual training to provide the aligned prerequisites for employment within Army.

The Royal Military College of Australia commands three units which are listed below. 

Royal Military College - Duntroon
Army Recruit Training Centre
Land Warfare Centre