For all of those whose offspring are in the joining up or just joined the Royal Navy stage. It will keep all queries together and make for an easier reference point for those seeking information.
Thanks for the information. My son has his medical in three weeks so keeping everything crossed for then.@MotivatingMum - my youngest passed recruitment test Feb 2016. He was originally wanting to go in the RM but after many months deliberating he decided against it. This slowed the process down but by September he had decided to go for WS. Triage call from nurse was in October and he had his medical in Jan. TMU for High BP but we knew it was nerves. 24 hr BP tape booked in March and results sent off to Capita. They passed him fit about 3-4 weeks later and he passed the PJFT this month.
My eldest passed his recruitment test in Sept 2016 and is going in as CIS. He had his medical which he passed in March. I think we hit the time when Capita were really slow. Within a few days of passing medical he had his fitness test and given an entry date about a week later. So similar stages for both of them. Hope this info helps.
Best of luck to him. All jobs, as I'm sure you are aware, may involve tasks that others consider menial.Hi there,
Some already know this but for any first time lookers, my son has passed his RT and had his interview, he is waiting for his medical phone call which is this week, he is going in as a sea spec (or general dogs body if you read the comments on this forumwhich he is well aware of) we are all really proud of him
He is my eldest and is 17, he officially left school on Friday but still has 3 exams to sit in May. He had wanted to join the RN since he was 12 so all is going in the right direction.
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