Hi all, first time posting! Next stage of my application for Warfare Officer is the Selection Interview and I just wanted to confirm the training pipeline for Warfare Officer from the beginning of BRNC to post BRNC. I've used the search function already and have come up with conflicting versions of what appears to be very similar pipelines. From my understanding: Initial Naval Training (Officer) - Brittania Royal Naval College Term 1 Militarisation (10 weeks) - Basic Leadership Development (BLD), Assessed Basic Leadership Exercise (ABLE) Term 2 Marinisation (10 weeks) - Maritime Leadership Development (MLD), Maritime Leadership (MARL) Term 3 Initial Fleet Time (10 weeks) - 9 weeks IFT on assault ship or carrier + Fleet Board, 1 Week preparation for passing out parade. I read somewhere that there were 2 weeks at HMS Raleigh for naval military training and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Damage Control training - is this the case? I couldn't find it anywhere else! Initial Officer Foundation Course (10 weeks) - educational and academic modules at BRNC + 4 week induction course at HMS Collingwood - learn about navigation and small ship handling including introduction to digital navigation charts Specialist Fleet Time (6-9 months) - Role specific, 900 bridge hours (depends on ship programme) - Navigational Watch Certificate Initial Warfare Officer Course (13 weeks) - HMS Collingwood, Nav Sea Week, OOD, Comms, DO etc Opportunity to specialise in Hydrography/Meterology, Mine Warfare, Fighter Command, Navigation, Intelligence, Pilot, Observer etc. after/during general service appointments? Roughly 10-12 years of service and then PWO course around early 30s? I'm assuming the timing may be off by a week/month here or there - the IWOC for example seems to vary between 13 and 15 weeks depending on who is posting! Does this look about right or have I completely lost the plot? Many thanks in advance! Sparky.