I am wanting to join logistics as possibly an officer but I really don't want to stay and do A Levels at school could I do some college course equivalent. I am at GCSE stage and have decided that school isn't really for me.
That is very sound advice.Be very careful when taking "Equivelents" many colleges will convince you that their courses equate to A levels however their are even more employers who will not accept them as such.
Stick to "A" levels, you can do them at colleges of further education which are far more relaxed than schools
He is doing Uniformed Public Services. I was thinking of going Rating and do like the sound of it I don't really know. I have spent hours on the RN website trying to find a role rating mainly. I was originally thinking going MA, bit I went off that I was going to go for MWS and then AET but I am finding it hard to find the right job.I'm wondering whether you could also consider joining as a Rating, Mr B. There is a route to Officer from within the Royal Navy; it's not a given, but it can be done. If you feel really resistant to the idea of being in full time education at the moment, you might be happier applying as a Rating.
Which subject is your friend doing which sounds fun?
Still haven't done my GCSE'S yet but I am doing French, History, RE, Business and the all the core subjects.Colleges of Further Eduction normally treat their students in a more mature manner than schools.
However this means that to do well you need to study in a more mature fashion, ensuring that bothe coursework and assignments are carried out correctly.
May I ask what GCSE you attained and at what level?