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#1
in my phyco test i passed to become aircraft handler when i applied to be a sub engineer, after my interview i have been offered sub medical assistant. I not so sure if i can handle the professional training for it, but then again how hard can it be since i have experience in care work and was looking at nursing. Can some one tell me what is involved in the training and advice on what to do. Sorry about spelling and grama im dislexic.
 
#2
Dysan said:
in my phyco test i passed to become aircraft handler when i applied to be a sub engineer, after my interview i have been offered sub medical assistant. I not so sure if i can handle the professional training for it, but then again how hard can it be since i have experience in care work and was looking at nursing. Can some one tell me what is involved in the training and advice on what to do. Sorry about spelling and grama im dislexic.[/quote]

Don't worry about it. So are 98.5% of all newbie posters. It's a subject that I missed out on because my school wasn't trendy enough to teach it. Should have majored in dyslexia and minored in Geology. My bad.

RM
 
#5
Bergen said:
Dysan said:
in my phyco test i passed to become aircraft handler when i applied to be a sub engineer, after my interview i have been offered sub medical assistant. I not so sure if i can handle the professional training for it, but then again how hard can it be since i have experience in care work and was looking at nursing. Can some one tell me what is involved in the training and advice on what to do. Sorry about spelling and grama im dislexic.[/quote]

Don't worry about it. So are 98.5% of all newbie posters. It's a subject that I missed out on because my school wasn't trendy enough to teach it. Should have majored in dyslexia and minored in Geology. My bad.

RM
Dyslexia is so '90s. Autism and Aspergers are the in things at the moment. Tourettes seems to be having a bit of a renaissance period as well after a steady decline in the early noughties.
 

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#6
Nothing wrong with medics mate. Good trade, well trained and well respected (this is an Army view but i'm sure the Andrews medics are top notch as well). Read "The Red & Green Life Machine" by Surgeon Commander Rick Jolly. That'll open your eyes.
 
#7
2_deck_dash said:
Bergen said:
Dysan said:
in my phyco test i passed to become aircraft handler when i applied to be a sub engineer, after my interview i have been offered sub medical assistant. I not so sure if i can handle the professional training for it, but then again how hard can it be since i have experience in care work and was looking at nursing. Can some one tell me what is involved in the training and advice on what to do. Sorry about spelling and grama im dislexic.[/quote]

Don't worry about it. So are 98.5% of all newbie posters. It's a subject that I missed out on because my school wasn't trendy enough to teach it. Should have majored in dyslexia and minored in Geology. My bad.

RM
Dyslexia is so '90s. Autism and Aspergers are the in things at the moment. Tourettes seems to be having a bit of a renaissance period as well after a steady decline in the early noughties.
Yeah, fcuking tourettes is on the fcuking up for fcuks sake. I got fcuking tourettes you fcking fcuk, so don't take the fcuking piss. Spit spit.
 
#8
2_deck_dash said:
Bergen said:
Dysan said:
in my phyco test i passed to become aircraft handler when i applied to be a sub engineer, after my interview i have been offered sub medical assistant. I not so sure if i can handle the professional training for it, but then again how hard can it be since i have experience in care work and was looking at nursing. Can some one tell me what is involved in the training and advice on what to do. Sorry about spelling and grama im dislexic.[/quote]

Don't worry about it. So are 98.5% of all newbie posters. It's a subject that I missed out on because my school wasn't trendy enough to teach it. Should have majored in dyslexia and minored in Geology. My bad.

RM
Dyslexia is so '90s. Autism and Aspergers are the in things at the moment. Tourettes seems to be having a bit of a renaissance period as well after a steady decline in the early noughties.
2DD - I will joke about many things but not about Tourettes. My brother was born deaf and dumb and suffered from Mute Tourettes Syndrome. My parents were devastated.


 
#9
Never met a dyslexic who couldn't spell the condition. I wager you are pulling that card to cover up the fact that you're just thick as mince.
 
#10
JonnoJonno said:
Never met a dyslexic who couldn't spell the condition. I wager you are pulling that card to cover up the fact that you're just thick as mince.
As they all do.

It's an excuse for being a lazy, bone cnut. I can't add up but it doesn't mean I've got dyspraxia, it just means I'm fcuking stupid.
 
#11
You should start developing a bit of Aspergers, it's great, you can basically just act like a complete cnut and everyone puts up with it because you have a 'condition'.
 

Ninja_Stoker

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#12
Dyslexia is not a bar to entry providing you pass the Recruiting Test.

Medical Assistant(Submariner) is a good trade requiring a fairly high recruiting test score.

The recruiting test was established in 1943, remains unchanged & is a gauge of the intellectual capacity to complete phase two (trade) training, so if you score high enough (you obviously did), you should be able to pass training.

Have a butchers on the RN website in the dowloads section for the MA(SM) factsheet.

Waiting time to join is about 12 months at present.

Good luck.
 
#13
2_deck_dash said:
You should start developing a bit of Aspergers, it's great, you can basically just act like a complete cnut and everyone puts up with it because you have a 'condition'.
Sorted - Just like becoming a Pongo without the hassle of not showering very often :roll:

RM
 

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#14
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/explore-jobs/all-jobs/medical-assistant-(submariner)/whats-the-job/ Medical Assistant (Sludgemariner) - the facts at a glance.
 

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#15
Bergen said:
2_deck_dash said:
You should start developing a bit of Aspergers, it's great, you can basically just act like a complete cnut and everyone puts up with it because you have a 'condition'.
Sorted - Just like becoming a Pongo without the hassle of not showering very often :roll:

RM
Quite. Or a Royal without the naked roll mat fighting.
 
#16
Bergen said:
2_deck_dash said:
You should start developing a bit of Aspergers, it's great, you can basically just act like a complete cnut and everyone puts up with it because you have a 'condition'.
Sorted - Just like becoming a Pongo without the hassle of not showering very often :roll:

RM
OI! Cheeky cnut! Although to be fair we only shower when we run out of wet wipes, as indeed would you lot if you didn't spend all your free time weeing on each other.
 

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#18
Dysan said:
so the training seems like normal first aid with knobs on it and stuff to do with health and safty would i be right in saying that?
I would think it is quite a bit more than normal first aid mate but you're getting the idea. Hope you're not squeamish!
 
#19
JonnoJonno said:
Bergen said:
2_deck_dash said:
You should start developing a bit of Aspergers, it's great, you can basically just act like a complete cnut and everyone puts up with it because you have a 'condition'.
Sorted - Just like becoming a Pongo without the hassle of not showering very often :roll:

RM
OI! Cheeky cnut! Although to be fair we only shower when we run out of wet wipes, as indeed would you lot if you didn't spend all your free time weeing on each other.
My apologies JJ & BR - I should have added "present company excepted"..... I think that I was having PTSD flashbacks to basic para course when Les Berets Cerise had to sign a bath-book......once a week. :thumbleft:

RM
 

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#20
Bergen said:
My apologies JJ & BR - I should have added "present company excepted"..... I think that I was having PTSD flashbacks to basic para course when Les Berets Cerise had to sign a bath-book......once a week. :thumbleft:

RM
Apology accepted old chap. I no longer demand satisfaction and shall put my roll mat back on my bergan (pardon the pun). :D
 
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