Re Joining after PVR

JBNVY18

Midshipman
Hello Everyone,

I did a PVR in February, while in my phase 2 training. the reasons well nothing to do with service. I lost my dad in week 10 of phase 1 then my grandad not long after with other family problems in the mix I basically had to leave to be home. I have applied again as they have said I can return In 6 months (usually 12) because of the reasons I give were not just because I hated it and wanted out and was going to regret it. was wondering will I just carry on with my phase 2 again or go to phase 1 again and will the joining process be as long as the first time etc.

I am very thankful for the way the navy treated me with all the things I had going on, they know I want to return. I just want to get everything in place for the 6 month mark and not wait to the 6 month mark then square at the admin and it take another 6 months for me the re enter.
 

Zoidberg

War Hero
Sorry to hear about your losses.

BRd3, Chapter 12, para 1204 (b) refers to this situation. Hope this gives you some clarity.

b. Partially Trained Re-Entrant. Definition: A trainee who completes Phase 1 Training before electing to leave the service, who re-enters service within 18 months. The majority of Partially Trained re-entry candidates will have left the service immediately prior to, or during Phase 2 Training, and may re-enter into their original branch/specialisation, or into a different branch of choice (BOC). This category of reentrant will join HMS RALEIGH for administrative purposes only, and thereafter will be assigned to their appropriate Lead School for Phase 2 Training. The date of joining will generally coincide with the commencement of their Phase 2 course. Partially trained re-entrants have no right of Early Termination (previously known as PVR)
 

crash_evans

Lantern Swinger
Register NOW via the RN website (not an expression of interest) or the AFCO closest to you, with everything that’s going on - as you SHOULD be classed as a partial re-entry you MAY get in sooner.

I can’t guarantee anything and this is pure speculation. Either way, get the ball rolling as the process has been delayed due to the COVID ball ache.

Edit. Just re-read in my haste, you have already applied? If so, wait out for the AFCO to contact you.


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Zoidberg

War Hero
Register NOW via the RN website (not an expression of interest) or the AFCO closest to you, with everything that’s going on - as you SHOULD be classed as a partial re-entry you MAY get in sooner.

I can’t guarantee anything and this is pure speculation. Either way, get the ball rolling as the process has been delayed due to the COVID ball ache.

Edit. Just re-read in my haste, you have already applied? If so, wait out for the AFCO to contact you.


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You'd like to think that he'd be able to skip the medical and PJFT given that he should still technically be in date from Raleigh but that would be common sense.
 

JBNVY18

Midshipman
Register NOW via the RN website (not an expression of interest) or the AFCO closest to you, with everything that’s going on - as you SHOULD be classed as a partial re-entry you MAY get in sooner.

I can’t guarantee anything and this is pure speculation. Either way, get the ball rolling as the process has been delayed due to the COVID ball ache.

Edit. Just re-read in my haste, you have already applied? If so, wait out for the AFCO to contact you.


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I have re applied now, spoke to the afco this morning they seem to think I might only have to do a SC again. I don't see why I would have to do medical or PJFT again as I got 2 year exempt on my last RNFT and medical well that was done end of feb in Raleigh prior to me leave. the Afco are just working from home with the current COVID pandemic but I haven't even had chance to register with a GP yet because of all this so they won't get much from me medical wise. I hope I can enter sooner but I know all the people who was on my phase 2 are now at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. but thanks for the info has put my mind at ease a little. Even though Raleigh was a really fun 10 weeks I don't fancy doing it again lol.
 

JBNVY18

Midshipman
You'd like to think that he'd be able to skip the medical and PJFT given that he should still technically be in date from Raleigh but that would be common sense.
Well lets hope I done have too, it would be a waste of time if I had to go down all that road again as I have proven I am medically and physically fit so they would be wasting time as nothing has changed tbh. but by what I got off the afco I wouldn't have to do them again!
 
I have re applied now, spoke to the afco this morning they seem to think I might only have to do a SC again. I don't see why I would have to do medical or PJFT again as I got 2 year exempt on my last RNFT and medical well that was done end of feb in Raleigh prior to me leave. the Afco are just working from home with the current COVID pandemic but I haven't even had chance to register with a GP yet because of all this so they won't get much from me medical wise. I hope I can enter sooner but I know all the people who was on my phase 2 are now at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. but thanks for the info has put my mind at ease a little. Even though Raleigh was a really fun 10 weeks I don't fancy doing it again lol.
Looks like you are in limbo; not on the Pusser's Books nor an NHS GP. poor drills.

Strongly suggest you get yourself registered with your local GP asap to:

a) Clear your own yard arm during these unhealthy times

b) avoid the risk of further self-inflicted delay to re-entry.

Cut along & see to it!!
 

JBNVY18

Midshipman
Looks like you are in limbo; not on the Pusser's Books nor an NHS GP. poor drills.

Strongly suggest you get yourself registered with your local GP asap to:

a) Clear your own yard arm during these unhealthy times

b) avoid the risk of further self-inflicted delay to re-entry.

Cut along & see to it!!
if I could get a GP I would but at the moment they are classing it as “not a emergency” which it isn’t so by following the governments rules in place I won’t be aloud to visit a GP unless it’s a emergency. But once this pandemic is all over I will register with a GP
 

Zoidberg

War Hero
Looks like you are in limbo; not on the Pusser's Books nor an NHS GP. poor drills.

Strongly suggest you get yourself registered with your local GP asap to:

a) Clear your own yard arm during these unhealthy times

b) avoid the risk of further self-inflicted delay to re-entry.

Cut along & see to it!!
I haven't registered with a GP in a long time but I believe that many require you to attend an initial check up appointment on registration. Given the current situation, with most GP practices canning face-to-face appointments, registration may not be easy if the local GP requires a health check. I'm not sure if the same applies with temporary registration.
 

JBNVY18

Midshipman
I haven't registered with a GP in a long time but I believe that many require you to attend an initial check up appointment on registration. Given the current situation, with most GP practices canning face-to-face appointments, registration may not be easy if the local GP requires a health check. I'm not sure if the same applies with temporary registration.
Am sure the AFCO will understand why I can’t get one due to the current climate. They won’t do any appointments or sign ups at the moment which is understandable the NHS is under enough stress without me walking in saying I need a check up, lol am 25 nothing has changed medically in the last 7 weeks of me leaving the service. Am sure it will be utterly fine
 
^ ...Am sure it will be utterly fine... = Famous last words??

FWIW - https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/gps/how-to-register-with-a-gp-practice/

How to register as a former armed forces member

The Defence Medical Services (DMS) has its own GP services that look after serving personnel, mobilised reservists and some families.

Once you leave the armed forces, your primary healthcare (GP, dentist, etc) reverts to the responsibility of your local NHS. This means you'll have to register with a local GP in your area.

Make sure you let the GP practice know that you're a veteran. Depending on your circumstances, you may be entitled to specialist care or support.

All veterans are entitled to priority access to NHS hospital care for any condition as long as it's related to your service and is clinically necessary, regardless of whether or not you receive a war pension.

When you leave the armed forces, you should be given a summary of your medical records. You should pass those on to your new GP when you register. The practice will also be advised of prior registration with Defence Medical Services and be given a summary of your in-service care.

More information on the duty of care owed to service personnel is contained in the armed forces covenant (PDF, 919kb).

And on the same page -

...temporary resident
If you fall ill while away from home or you're not registered with a GP but need to see one, you can still contact your nearest practice to ask for treatment.

You can receive emergency treatment for 14 days. After that you'll have to register as a temporary resident or permanent patient.

Registration as a temporary resident allows you to be taken on to the practice's list for up to 3 months.

etc etc
 
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