Promotion / Recruiting:
Experience is everything and the more Unit /Flag or training events you can attend the better.
The unit operates a system whereby a local NCO or Officer can organise, recruit and drill new members, who then join together to display at the Unit/Flag events.
Promotion will be on the basis of experience, attendance and organisational skills.
Recruiting additional members and actively helping in drill and kitting out will certainly not count against any members who would like to progress in the regiment.
Officers and NCO's are to notify the unit commander by email or via the contact us page on this website of any planned drill or training sessions in advance. They should also report the attendance and areas covered by attendee's
For example : Private Smith attended, Musket drill, Foot drill, Light infantry drill.
Reporting: All officers,NCO's and General members are to report any safety or discipline concerns to the unit commander as soon as possible In writing or by email or via the contact us page on this website.
Most are by email, although we will
occasionally need to post things. Therefore it is most important that you keep
us informed of any changes to contact details especially email addresses
Safety & Liability:
Members are responsible and liable for
their own safety at events and complying with the appropriate safety requirements
and accreditations required by the events management. Members must comply with
the safety and accreditation requirements of the Napoleonic Association, Crown
& Empire and The Big Battalions.
Members are expected to update and maintain
the contact information and details and inform the unit of any changes as soon
as possible. For example a new email address or user name, a change in a license
reference number or expiry/withdrawal of a license.
When you enrol in the 43rd
we ask for some information about you. This statement explains how we
look after that information and what we do with it.
We have a legal duty in the
UK under the Data Protection Act to prevent your information falling into the
wrong hands. We must also ensure that the data we hold is accurate,
adequate, relevant and not excessive.
The only information we
hold comes directly from you. Whenever we collect information from you,
we will make it clear what the information is required for. You do not
have to provide us with any additional information unless you choose to.
We store your information securely in our (paper based) membership records
system. We restrict access to those who have a need to know, and our officers
are made aware of need to handle the information securely.
Most of our contact with members
will be by email. We will pass your contact details to members of the
management team, so that they can let you know what activities are available or
confirm details with you direct. If you are part of another group or association
such as the Napoleonic Association, Crown & Empire for example, they will
also hold information about you. The 43 can take no responsibility
for the security of this information.
Should you wish to have your
data removed from the 43 membership system please email the unit
commander, out lining the data you wish to remove?