Good news :D :D :D

#1
i have passed my RT Test!!!
The CA said i had got one of the highest scores he has ever seen :D :D :D :D , i talked to him about CIS, and i wasnt quite sure, but he did say that i would be suitable for any job, as a rating,
so im really just asking, can you guys give me some careers in the royal navy, that are interesting, and have good career prospects?
Im not bothered about working on Ships or Boats,
Thank you guys :)

:D
 
#2
Congratulations, Well done.

For what my advice is worth :lol: Go for the branch which you feel will give you the most job satisfaction.
 

Graf

Lantern Swinger
#4
I'd second Andy_Caps advice, go for the job that you think will give you the most out of it. Different people get different things out of thier jobs.

For me personally, I joined the WE world and I've enjoyed (almost) every minute of it. Nothing better than getting your hands on a bit of kit and breaking it during "routine maintenance" :D or jobbing off a lad to do work while you go for a cuppa
 
#5
People have already said it, but only you know what you really want to do.

What I would say is base your choice on the job rather than the waiting time.

What things do you enjoy doing at the moment?? If you could choose any job in the world what would it be??

These are the sort of questions you need to ask yourself!!

SM

:)
 
#6
Thanks for all the replys guys :D
I have done quite alot of work for it, about 2 hours every night, after college ;)

The problem is im not quite sure what to do :?
i know that i want to spend alot of time at sea, i wouldnt mind weapons engineering, or working in the warfare branch, i just cant decide :S
And i have to tell my CA my branch choice in the next couple of days :?

It seems everything interests me ( apart from logistics - sorry if i offend anyone )

:)
 
#7
StixJimboRM said:
aidan-123 said:
Thanks for all the replys guys :D
I have done quite alot of work for it, about 2 hours every night, after college ;)

The problem is im not quite sure what to do :?
i know that i want to spend alot of time at sea, i wouldnt mind weapons engineering, or working in the warfare branch, i just cant decide :S
And i have to tell my CA my branch choice in the next couple of days :?

It seems everything interests me ( apart from logistics - sorry if i offend anyone )

:)
STC spend a hell of a lot of time at sea, I would look into that if I were you
I thought that the ability to make lightning decisions, was a must for STC
aspirants ?
 
#9
Splash Target Coxswain (STC) an elite branch of the RN. Used to be sideway entry only but is slowly making it's way into direct entry. Fittest of the fit, Smartest of the smart get chosen for the branch. But not everyone passes the training.
 
#19
Aidan, I don't offer advice very often but France are losing 2-0 to Mexico :D

If you have the SLIGHTEST interest in technical stuff, (electrical, mechanical, etc), go down this route.

You'll be well trained, get major job satisfaction and still do all the other daft/enjoyable/difficult/horrible stuff that the other branches do.

I met many talented blokes from other branches to mine (WE) who wished they had gone for a technical branch when they joined "if only they had known"

As always, consult your AFCO
 
#20
Ballistic said:
Aidan, I don't offer advice very often but France are losing 2-0 to Mexico :D

If you have the SLIGHTEST interest in technical stuff, (electrical, mechanical, etc), go down this route.

You'll be well trained, get major job satisfaction and still do all the other daft/enjoyable/difficult/horrible stuff that the other branches do.

I met many talented blokes from other branches to mine (WE) who wished they had gone for a technical branch when they joined "if only they had known"

As always, consult your AFCO
I know 2-0!!! France was poor tonight though,
Ahh ok i will take that into mind :) im meeting with my CA tomorrow to talk about it :D
 
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