Army Air Corps Briefing Report

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Briefing Note

Holly Ferneyhough

The organisation I work for is called 662 SQN a sub unit to the Army Air Corps. The role of this organisation is to provide support and defence on an aviation platform when on deployments.
Whilst based in the United Kingdom the organisation is required to maintain standards, currency and training for all involved in the service.
The organisation provides numerous services to a range of customers of whom I will identify later.
The services it provides are; security whilst on operations, training in all fields of aviation (from maintenance, piloting, ground crew, aviation communications to fleet maintenance) and public relations as some employees are tasked to appear and promote at air shows nationwide.
The main
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This reduces the carbon footprint and helps the organisation act upon potential savings through better resource efficiency. With the SDSR implemented one of the conditions throughout the review was the return of British troops from Germany back to the UK. This move in itself is going to be a substantial point in the organisations life cycle, the move is going to require large amounts of resources which highlights potential “Green Issue” problems. These potential problems are likely to be the move itself, all the resources and equipment located currently in Germany is going to take a lot of man power and resources to move, creating a carbon footprint along the way. Once the British troops have fully withdrawn from Germany they are going to need to be accommodated in the UK. Currently the accommodation in the UK is not sufficient enough to hold all the troops returning on a permanent basis. In turn this will result in new accommodation being built and expanded causing this “Green Issue” in the form of pollution.
Understanding the structure and separate functions of this organisation is successful to a fulfilling career. As you can see in Appendix 2 the place of this organisation within the British Army
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A lot of what
HR professionals complete on a daily basis is essential to the strategic goals of the organisation.
They are:
• Workforce Planning - The methodical planning of when and where employees will be gives the organisation a projection of events and statistics which in turn enables not only the day-to-day planning but the strategic planning of the organisation.
• Learning and Development - It is essential for all employees within the organisation to have the same basic training as to maintain the capability to soldier. This results in required periodical

Briefing Note

Holly Ferneyhough

training to be attended. HR enables not only the training weeks to take place but the coordination, content, planning and execution of the training.
• Social - This is an activity that builds the bonds that result in extremely effective team cohesion.
HR activities which assist with this essential aspect in all employees role are team meetings, sports afternoons and continuous communication of instruction.

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I confirm that the work I have submitted for Unit 3HRC is my own.
Signed: H. Ferneyhough
H. Ferneyhough

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