NA(SE) interview.

#1
Was wondering if anyone could help me with these questions regarding survival equipment for my intervie. Not been 100% sucessful in finding all the answers I need.

Training establishments for NA(SE)'s?
Aircraft ( Rotorary, fixed wing ) where they based and what they do? What's the differences? advantages/disadvantages?
What happens after phase 2 at Defence College of Aeronautical of Engineering down in Sultan, Gosport.?
Future possibilities in terms of career moves or progression in SE?


Thanks.
Nick.
 
#2
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operations-and-support/fleet-air-arm/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operati...tan/royal-naval-air-engineering-and-survival/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers...-equipment/*/changeNav/00h00h002003003/tab/2/

After your basic training, you will go to the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering. For seven months, you learn survival drills, such as how aircrew escape under water from a ditched helicopter. You learn to pack parachutes, life-rafts and survival packs.

Your last stage of training is four months working closely with the aircrew at an air base. You gain experience of the work in real conditions and qualify to sign off servicing work as complete. When you join your section, you are fully ready to take responsibility for the lives in your hands.
Took <60 seconds :thumright:

Happy reading.
 
#6
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
First question from the AFCO is "Can you knock me up a new dhoby bag?"
Culdrose has, had a tremendous SE chap Nigel Whitehead.
Don't know if he's still there but he was employed as the sailmaker there after leaving pusser. He could make a silk purse from a sows ear. :D
 
#7
Dr.Zoidberg said:
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operations-and-support/fleet-air-arm/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operati...tan/royal-naval-air-engineering-and-survival/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers...-equipment/*/changeNav/00h00h002003003/tab/2/

After your basic training, you will go to the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering. For seven months, you learn survival drills, such as how aircrew escape under water from a ditched helicopter. You learn to pack parachutes, life-rafts and survival packs.

Your last stage of training is four months working closely with the aircrew at an air base. You gain experience of the work in real conditions and qualify to sign off servicing work as complete. When you join your section, you are fully ready to take responsibility for the lives in your hands.
what he said 8)
 
#8
scranspanner said:
Dr.Zoidberg said:
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operations-and-support/fleet-air-arm/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operati...tan/royal-naval-air-engineering-and-survival/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers...-equipment/*/changeNav/00h00h002003003/tab/2/

After your basic training, you will go to the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering. For seven months, you learn survival drills, such as how aircrew escape under water from a ditched helicopter. You learn to pack parachutes, life-rafts and survival packs.

Your last stage of training is four months working closely with the aircrew at an air base. You gain experience of the work in real conditions and qualify to sign off servicing work as complete. When you join your section, you are fully ready to take responsibility for the lives in your hands.
what he said 8)
:wink: :wink: So wheres my new SAR bag???
 
#9
scouse said:
scranspanner said:
Dr.Zoidberg said:
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operations-and-support/fleet-air-arm/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operati...tan/royal-naval-air-engineering-and-survival/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers...-equipment/*/changeNav/00h00h002003003/tab/2/

After your basic training, you will go to the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering. For seven months, you learn survival drills, such as how aircrew escape under water from a ditched helicopter. You learn to pack parachutes, life-rafts and survival packs.

Your last stage of training is four months working closely with the aircrew at an air base. You gain experience of the work in real conditions and qualify to sign off servicing work as complete. When you join your section, you are fully ready to take responsibility for the lives in your hands.
what he said 8)
:wink: :wink: So wheres my new SAR bag???
You forgot learning to tie the all important 'bowline'.

I hated that rabbit and hole business. Thank god I wasn't a full time SE.
 
#10
Waspie said:
scouse said:
scranspanner said:
Dr.Zoidberg said:
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operations-and-support/fleet-air-arm/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operati...tan/royal-naval-air-engineering-and-survival/
http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers...-equipment/*/changeNav/00h00h002003003/tab/2/

After your basic training, you will go to the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering. For seven months, you learn survival drills, such as how aircrew escape under water from a ditched helicopter. You learn to pack parachutes, life-rafts and survival packs.

Your last stage of training is four months working closely with the aircrew at an air base. You gain experience of the work in real conditions and qualify to sign off servicing work as complete. When you join your section, you are fully ready to take responsibility for the lives in your hands.
what he said 8)
:wink: :wink: So wheres my new SAR bag???
You forgot learning to tie the all important 'bowline'.

I hated that rabbit and hole business. Thank god I wasn't a full time SE.
oh yes the good old bowline, how could i forget :lol:
 
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