Onto the PRNC

#1
Hi all

Passed my PJFT yesterday and got a call 10 minutes ago from my AFCO telling me to await an email containing the next steps.
Does anyone know what the next steps will be? I know for definite that my PRNC is next and then I leave for Raleigh, but I’ve heard from a few people that you get your actual Raleigh date before your PRNC date, but I’m not sure if that’s true or not?
Thanks in advance.


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#3
The e-mail will tell you....
Probably should have included this... I asked my AFCO how long it would take for me to receive this email but he didn’t want to tell me an estimation as he could be wrong and it all depends on how long it takes the recruiters to log my results etc. I’m just trying to stay one step ahead!


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#4
Hello awind

I'm on the same step as you, I passed my PJFT last week. You will soon have an email from your AFCO for a security vetting. All you have to do is fill out a form about family/criminal convictions/fiance/work related questions/are you a terrorist? I have just done mine I believe it can take up to 12 working days or 8 weeks.

Once the security check is done you get your joining date and PRNC date, hope this helps.
 
#5
Hello awind

I'm on the same step as you, I passed my PJFT last week. You will soon have an email from your AFCO for a security vetting. All you have to do is fill out a form about family/criminal convictions/fiance/work related questions/are you a terrorist? I have just done mine I believe it can take up to 12 working days or 8 weeks.

Onece the security check is done you get your joining date and PRNC date, hope this helps.
I’ve already completed the security vetting as I’m a re-applicant(went through the RM recruitment process up until the PRMC), so I haven’t had to redo the psychometric and got the security vetting basically as soon as I reapplied.


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#7
Firstly you'll receive a "bid for entry", this is when your AFCO will arrange a best suitable date for you in order to join, a few weeks later they will then contact you again to give you an actual date of entry once your bid has been finalised. I asked for no later than September as my bid for entry, they then confirmed my actual start date would be 2nd September. Once they have given you your official start date, you'll then receive your date for your PRNC which will typically be several weeks/months before you Raleigh date. Just sit tight, you'll receive confirmation soon enough.
 
#8
Firstly you'll receive a "bid for entry", this is when your AFCO will arrange a best suitable date for you in order to join, a few weeks later they will then contact you again to give you an actual date of entry once your bid has been finalised. I asked for no later than September as my bid for entry, they then confirmed my actual start date would be 2nd September. Once they have given you your official start date, you'll then receive your date for your PRNC which will typically be several weeks/months before you Raleigh date. Just sit tight, you'll receive confirmation soon enough.
Just what I was looking for, thanks! What branch are you going?


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#10
Welcome mate. Joining as Weapons Engineering Submariner. Got my PRNC next week! :eek:

What did you apply for?
Good luck to you anyway! Takes a certain kind of person to go sub! I’m going for Mine Warfare Specialist, but hopefully in a few years time I’d like to apply for a branch transfer to Mine Clearance diver. That’s a big hopefully hahah


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#13
Good to see above applicants exchanging their experiences over the hurdles leading to their RN Careers Besides becoming a useful source of advice for others entering the pipeline it takes some of the weight off RR's resident unofficial advisor, @Ninja_Stoker, so BZ folks & keep it up, please!

(Moi? long outside but still & unavoidably 'Anchor-faced' [BLUSH]. I've also recently discovered that my brother's grandson is in the early stages of applying too, so I'll be putting the word out for him to give threads like this a darned good coat of looking at.)
 

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