One of our major commitments at DIO is providing first-class facilities to support the training of our armed forces, both at home and overseas. One example is the work we’ve done with local contractors and our Overseas and Training Region colleagues to construct a new, £70-million headquarters …
Without question, my apprentice roots have not only shaped who I am, but have deeply influenced my work, career, even my family and friends. After such a positive experience, you won’t find a more passionate apprenticeship supporter!
This week is National Apprenticeship Week and as DIO’s Graduate and Apprenticeship Lead, I’d like to share the work I’ve done to support our apprentices in navigating through the covid-19 pandemic.
In Belize, we often cope with tropical storms, flash floods, extreme weather and widespread fires, although the COVID pandemic was a new one last year! Being ready for these types of events has been crucial.
Under Project Wellesley, we’ve been busy developing the new tri-service facility at the Defence College of Logistics, Policing and Administration. Since 2017, a total of 27 buildings have been handed over.
This week is National Customer Service Week and to celebrate we’d like to reflect on the vital work that DIO do to provide our customers with the services they need to live, work, train and deploy all over the world.
A look back at the achievements of the Army Basing Programme so far and a look ahead to what is planned in 2019.
DIO is investing over £40 million in vital training facilities in Kenya. Read on to find out more.
Hi, I’m Gerry O’Toole and I am DIO’s Business Manager for the British Army Training Unit Suffield, also known as BATUS. It’s an enormous area of land in Alberta, Canada, where the British military can practise huge exercises. You may …
I am Major Alan Grant MBE SCOTS. Currently I’m posted to Belize with DIO Range Control as the Training Safety Officer (TSO) in support of the British Army Training Support Unit Belize (BATSUB) and I love my job. This is …