First interview

potnoodle

Midshipman
So obviously with the corona virus a lot of things have been cancelled (understandably) and so my psychometric resit had been cancelled and they went off my gcse results instead (which actually worked out better for me haha!) anyways they explained that I’ll have my first interview over the phone, however I don’t know what I need to brush up on before I have it. (Im going in for seaman specialist btw) does anybody know the things that I need to “revise“ on in order to pass my interview? I did some research but a lot of things posted on websites are dated back to over 7 years ago and have no idea if things have changed since then.
also just one last thing,I know I’ll find this out in the next few days/weeks but if anyone reading this is in the same position I am, have you been told what’s happening with fitness and medical tests? As I heard the run is being done on a treadmill now at home instead of going for the PRNC, and if so I wanna get as much training in as possible.
anyway cheers guys.
 

soleil

War Hero
PN

I would suggest making a note for your interview of what your role will involve, how much you will be paid and where Phases 1 and 2 of your training will take place - also what will they cover eg berthing a ship etc.

You might want to note down the names of some ships on which you might serve. What are the new carriers called? Can you give the names of some of the ships which are Type 45s?

Where are the Royal Navy's main bases?

The rest of the interview is more likely to be about you, your family, your hobbies, stuff like that.

It's difficult to know exactly what the format of the phone interview will be, but the above might help.



 

potnoodle

Midshipman
PN

I would suggest making a note for your interview of what your role will involve, how much you will be paid and where Phases 1 and 2 of your training will take place - also what will they cover eg berthing a ship etc.

You might want to note down the names of some ships on which you might serve. What are the new carriers called? Can you give the names of some of the ships which are Type 45s?

Where are the Royal Navy's main bases?

The rest of the interview is more likely to be about you, your family, your hobbies, stuff like that.

It's difficult to know exactly what the format of the phone interview will be, but the above might help.



Thank you, that’s actually very helpful :)
 

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