RAF ResCAS 2024

Tuesday 5th March 2024

If you are an RAF Reservist, there is still time to tell Senior Leaders your views on life in the RAF Reserve by taking part in ResCAS 2024. The survey closes on 2nd April 2024. Check if you are eligible to take part: Eligibility checker.

How to take part?

Taking part is easy. Please complete the survey online (on any device linked to the internet).

Your token/access code is your service number.

If you are unable to access the survey with your service number and wish to complete it, please contact Air-COSPers-Pol Psych Grp Mbox (MULTIUSER) with your name, rank, service number and MOD email address. We will be able to add you and send you an invite.

What is ResCAS?

The Reserves Continuous Attitude Survey (ResCAS) is an annual tri-Service survey which gives RAF Reservists the opportunity to let the Air Force Main Board know what life is like in the RAF Reserve.

Why should I complete it?

  • ResCAS allows you to speak directly to the Air Force Main Board and tell them what you like and/or dislike about the RAF Reserve. This important source of feedback is used by DCAS/AMP&C and Director People, to ensure that your requirements are being met.
  • Last year the response rate was 38%. The more responses we receive the more convincing the evidence will be to drive through the changes you want to see. Therefore, if you are a Reservist, please take a few moments to tell us your views.  If you are not a Reservist but have Reservists in your team, please pass this information on to them.

Who can take part?

The Survey is open to Volunteer (RAFVR) and Serving Regular Reservists (RAFR).  This includes the RAuxAF, ADC, FTRS, VERR, HRR and SR.  However, the survey is not aimed at ATC, AEF, CCF, VGS or UAS personnel.

Last years results

Please see the links to the: Tri-Service 2023 report

 Who can I contact for more information?

If you’d like further information, please contact the HQ Air Occupational Psychology Team at: [email protected] (MULTIUSER)

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