It is just a pity that the hierarchy in London cant get there sh*t together to the extent of spelling a post correctly. or checking it to see the responses and dealing with their error.Despite the spelling mistake in the title the SCC staff who freely donate their time and sacrifice their social life do need all the help they can get, Being a member of staff or volunteer at the local unit can become a full time job on top of your day job and other duties foisted upon you as a parent and husband etc, if anyone can help out in any capacity either as uniformed or non uniformed it usually is warmly welcomed and appreciated especially from children from a more chaotic home life etc
I know it looks bad but on the local issues I couldn't care about their spelling as i would prefer if they got their act together and actually got replacement uniform sent up for cadets and those out of the Juniors as well as those who have been there a few months and still patiently waiting,It is just a pity that the hierarchy in London cant get there sh*t together to the extent of spelling a post correctly. or checking it to see the responses and dealing with their error.
Indicates a general lack of competence and professionalism at the top.
Waiting for a call I've just spent an hour trolling through threads I've never ventured into before. Would you credit it...Do they run a course in proof-reading posts on social media?
If they did maybe you should apply....NAFFI at HMS SULTAN?
Epsom Salt is our full time site special person. He contributes much here in oh so many special waysSee my previous comment. I am not a national organisation, try to recruit adult leaders, I am an off-watch hooligan and succeeding in not impressing anyone.
As you are following this thread, what are you doing to support the SCC? Or are you a full-time speeling and grammer Nazi?
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