I have a fair idea of the training pipeline for a marine engineer (submariner) up to the point of the first competent job, but from there everything becomes a little obscure.
What scope is there for 'specialisation'? Do each of the engineers train to become specialists in a particular...
I'm currently a few months into my navy application as an MCD, I have passed my psych test, eye test & medical. I had my selection interview at my local AFCO yesterday morning with my careers adviser, he told me he would give me a 'partial pass' meaning he would not give me a date for my PJFT...
I am joining up as a marine engineer on the accelerated apprenticeship (marine engineering)
I was wondering what I should research for the apprentiship and where can I go to find this information
stuff like ship engines, engineering properties ect
I have my PRNC next month where I will have a job specific interview aswell as the fitness tests.
Im looking to join the UGAS scheme and my placement will depend on how well I do in the interview.
I guess my questions are what should I expect?
What is more favourable in the terms of WE ME? aft...
just out of curiosity really, would a ME be drafted to a mine clearance ship like or do they need to do different training for different ship, I know it’s pretty much all the same but there must be mechanical differences between say a aircraft carrier and a mine sweeper
Dear Navy Net,
I am applying for the above role, are there any people already doing it that are willing to answer questions about it.
E.g. Where does the training start e.g. HMS Raleigh for 10 Wks, then for the next section where?
What does an AAS Marine Engineer Do? E.g. Works on a ships...
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I have applied to join the Royal Navy on the UGAS submariner engineering scheme. So far, ive passed the recruit test, interview and telephone medical interview.
Assuming I pass the in-person medical (fingers crossed!) and with my fitness not being a problem, my only concern is the...