A Week With The Royal Marines

Published 20 May

Public Services


Seven Public Services students last week took part in the Royal Marines Look at Life course.

The group, who are all interested in joining the Royal Marines after leaving College, spent the week bring “drilled” by the Marines, taking part in hard fitness, endurance courses, and the iconic “Bottom Field” assault course.

The course prepares students for the Potential Royal Marines Course (PRMC) – a physically and mentally demanding four-day course which pushes candidates to the limit. Students have their chance to show that they have all the attributes, as well as the unique state of mind, required to be a Royal Marines Commando.

Bridget Slater, Public Services tutor, said: “Our students did a fantastic job on the Look at Life course. It’s a great insight into what it takes to become a Royal Marine and prepares them for what’s to come in PRMC. They were a credit to College and did themselves and us proud.”

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