Loads of defence writing, some PAD stuff and loads of walking with DCT's (Directive communications tasks) where you have to take charge of a team
some obstacle course stuff and some public speaking, a lecture of your own creation which is now 7 minutes (15 minutes on SRCC) and has to be on anything you want as long as its not attached to your job, debate on your chosen 'hot topic' and a class lecture on your chosen leader
it all adds to a visit to Erlestoke (Salisbury plain), where you walk over 20k and get deprived of sleep, just to see if you can cope with more walking
It is a 2 week course, make sure your kit is imaculate including nos 1's and medals if you have any. Lots of work inc defence writing, PAD's and work towards group activities. Make sure you are physically fit and can pass your mile and a half, helps to start off good. Be yourself, if you are given any work don't put it on the backburner for later. Volunteer for things and play the game, and last bit of advice enjoy it you will probably meet some really good people.
Short and sweet and very good advice. I'd add that if you haven't had to prepare and / give a brief of any description that you should try to take advantage of any time you have to get some practice. Confidence can be a really plus on these things.
Shakey, LRCC will be changing after 1/4/08. Your DO should be on top of what is required and to be honest if he/she does their job they will make sure lecture/kit and your fitness is at the correct level to go on course. Read the RNTM and make sure your DO pays attention to the part 4 documentation !!!!!? Signatures etc etc If the part 4 docs aren't correct you may fall at the first hurdle and be RTU'd.The more you prepare the better your time managemnet will be and you'll have a good time.