PTIs in the RN are Leading Rate and above, i.e. Corporal and above.GwaarSoldier said:Im a Class 3 but have done the additional 3 modules (health and safety, endurance training, strength training)and am due to attend the Class 2 course.
Do you have to be a certain rank to be a PTI for the RNR/RN? I know RN you have to be in 3yrs then volunteer to change branch, but as there's no L/cpl equivilant in the RN/RNR I assume I'd drop a rank?
No it wasn't the video :lol: I've been in the TA for about 3years now and have risen to the dizzying heights of L/Cpl but our new role as CBRN :x means it's going to go downhill. First looked at FORWARD in regards to the RMR but don't really fancy the idea of starting from the bottom and loosing all the trades I earned. At least with the RNR, I could keep my PTI though I'm fully prepared to loose my rank and go to Raleigh if that's what's requiredforever_a_subby said:I know that FORWARD would be delighted to have a TA PTI on the books! Why not pop down on a Tuesday night after 1945 and ask to speak to one of the New Entry Staff?
Was it that great Forward video on YouTube that persuaded you to join?