So does that mean I'd have to apply for fast track from the beginning?
I'll ring the AFCO tomorrow and see what they say. They definitely need to make this clear from the get go, otherwise it could lead to a lot of disappointed people.Yeah... obviously I can’t say that I’m 100% correct but I believe you can only get fast track if you begin as a fast track. I think they’ve done away with the internal pick up scheme
Yes , 24 places , 24 places on the WE and 8 places on AE . The apprenticeship I done with a big company had 1200 applicants for 20 jobs so it is common. Especially when you take 31/32000 in to account. Where I have an issue is that the recruiters make it sound like your going to get it and they actually have no clueWould that be 24 places for the whole of the UK. I would argue the point of the Royal Navy web site as being a career pathway not like a local engineering firm recruiting apprentices. All that I would like to see is some transparency from who ever makes these decisions. I am sure the carrot of over 31k starting salary draws many people in. I would have made an informed decision regarding my options if I had known that there were 24 places in the Royal Navy based on the laws of average. and might have been in the RN by now!
I think there will be a reserve list and if anyone drops out the people on it will be offered a place based on how they were graded during the selection process. Can’t see them choosing other people on top of the 24Based on WannabeAdmiral these would also be lucky dips perhaps Ninja_Stoker could but some light on here?
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