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October 17, 2019, 09:57

 

PTI

Army Physical Training Instructors

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A PTI is a Royal Australian Army Medical Corps (RAAMC) soldier who is responsible:

to ensure Army personnel are physically conditioned to carryout their every day tasks in barracks and on operations. Soldiers require physical conditioning and maintenance, self defence training as well as sport and recreation. Ensuring soldiers are competent in self defence during pre-deployment, and sustained whilst on operations, will assist in force preservation of the Australian soldier. The conditions on operations can generate increased rates of trauma with physiological injuries. After the pathology and diagnosis, the PTI can rehabilitate soft tissue injury to allow a soldier to return to duties as soon as possible. A PTI plays an integral part in the health, safety and wellbeing of Army personnel as a key element in the retention and human performance of the people we need to defend Australia. There is evidence that highlights that from military historical experience, non-battle casualties resulting from disease and non-combat injuries continued to be the major cause of health problems on operations. The role of the PTI is to assist with the reduction of non-battle injuries.

Army PTI at Work

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MAJ H Brayley (Rtd)

Mick McClellan

 

SOAH Reunion 
The Schools of Army Health Reunion

The Schools of Army Health Dinner and Corps Birthday brings back memories of the Corps weekend.  However not many of us can do a Cerelator nowadays, but a catch up and dinner gives us all an opportunity to get together and remember the good times we had at the Schools of Army Health.  It also gives us the benefit of meeting new members of the School of Army Health and enjoying new fun times with slides of old times, music and a door prize. 

Friday 3 July 2020 

Time:  6.00pm – Meet and Greet 
Venue:  SS&A Club, 570-582 Olive Street, Albury 
Finger food will be provided 
Cost:  $25 per person
Dress:  Casual

Saturday 4 July 2020 

Time:  TBA - Health Services Memorial and Bandiana Museum 
Visit the memorial and museum other activities to be advised.

Time:  6.30pm – Dinner and Corps Birthday
Venue:  SS&A Club, 570-582 Olive Street, Albury 
Dinner:  Three course meal (alternate drop), with Tea and Coffee
Cost:  $60 per person
Dress:  Cocktail

Payment

To reserve your place at these functions you can either pay the full amount or pay in two instalments (eg deposit and final payment).  A non-refundable deposit of $25 per person is required by 1 December 2019 and the final payment of $60 per person is to be paid by 20 April 2020

Payments can be made via direct deposit into the Victorian RAAMC Association Westpac bank account, BSB: 033372 Account Number: 412250.  Please ensure you include your name on the transfer and email raamcvic@hotmail.com.au with the date you paid along with your name, address and the number of people attending.  If you wish to attend only one function please indicate which function you are paying for. 

Alternatively, payments can be made with Bank cheques or money orders made out to the Victorian RAAMC Association and sent to: Treasurer, c/- 2 Mistletoe Close, Knoxfield, Vic 3180.   Please ensure you include your email if you have one, name, address, which event and the number of people attending.   No personal cheques will be accepted.  

Please advise if you have any special dietary requirements.  

All attendees shall receive a ticket either to their email address or at the door on the night.  Processing of payments/tickets may take time, so please be patient.

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