How Much Does the British Army Spend on Adventurous Training (AT)?

Between January 2008 and January 2018, the British Army spent the following sums on adventurous training (AT):

  • 2008: £7.9m.
  • 2009: £8.1m.
  • 2010: £8.1m.
  • 2011: £8.4m.
  • 2012: £8.7m.
  • 2013: £10.0m.
  • 2014: £12.3m.
  • 2015: £13.1m.
  • 2016: £14.9m.
  • 2017: £14.7m.


  • Training courses at Army Delivery Centres and Army Delivery Wings are open to all three Services, both Regular and Reserve personnel.
  • The above outlines what it costs the British Army to operate these Centres and Wings.
  • Staff wages and support provided by Regional Command are not included in the figures below.
  • These figures are single service estimates and are not official statistics produced by Defence Statistics.


FOI 2018/10156 dated 17 August 2018.


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