Training pipeline acronyms.

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  1. Hello everyone,

    I am new on here.

    First off, I would like to thank those who take the time to answer questions on this site, it is proving to be a valuable resource in my enquiries.

    I am applying to be a Logistics Officer, have passed my filter interview and am expecting to do AIB next month.

    I have been examining my training pipeline and was hoping someone would be able to tell me what a few acronyms mean, I cannot seem to find the definition anywhere -

    NMT100
    S, SHIP
    CBRNDC
    MLD
    DIV WK
    FLTBD

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
     
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  3. I too would also like to know the following:

    SFT(X)
    NWC (Nav watch certificate?)
    BWQ
    SFT
     
  4. I think they are:

    Specialist Fleet Time (Warfare)
    Navigational watch Certificate
    Bridge Warfare Qualification
    Specialist Fleet Time (???)

    I hope this helps.
     
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  5. NMT100 is weapons handling - specifically the SA80. It's a 5 day course. I think OCs do it at HMS Raleigh but may be wrong on that one.I assume DIV WK is simply Divisional Week which is week 9 of the second term at BRNC. I'm guessing that it is just time for tying up loose ends and for remedials. Just a guess though!
     
  6. NMT stands for Naval Military Training if that's any help.
     
  7. Thanks for the help guys, really appreciate it.

    Some of them are looking pretty obvious now...haha (should have got them myself!)

    I knew what NMT100 was, just wondered what it stood for. Thanks!
     
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  8. What about CLM?
     
  9. Command & Leadership. I found that out from Google. Just saying...


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  10. C - Command L - Lead M - Manage
     
  11. Well, I was close...
     
  12. ROMFT

    NFI

    HBM

    DSMSMR

    BEBOB

    PPPPPP

    May be more useful :)


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