I thought that to but have been informed that they can still get out before there 18th Birthday,so Im just trying to see what the actual wording for this is.Lamri said:
Lamri, In the ROC you were a grown-up at 18, but in my case it has only ever been on paper! :biggrin:Lamri said:
I think you're too late Nicks! You should have applied in 1974!!! :confused3: :biggrin:Nicks said:
Unhappy under 18's policy is laid down in BR8748, haven't got a copy on me at the moment but off the top of my head no notice is required, go to your DO tell him/her, they will counsel you to ensure you are making the decision for the right reasons and you could be out in as little as a week. Just make sure you are unhappy! the grass isn't always greener on the other side and chances are you have no real insight into the RN yet as you will probably be still in training !Nicks said:I thought that to but have been informed that they can still get out before there 18th Birthday,so Im just trying to see what the actual wording for this is.Lamri said:
6 month rule still applies except for under 18's who come under different rules being children. Notice period is now down to 12 months.KLNA-Cessna-Jockey said:So what happened to the 6 month from the date of joining PVR rules.
I thought if you didn't PVR in time you had to do 2.5 yrs from age of 17.5 and then work 18 months notice.
How easy they get it these days......incoming !
You rang?Lamri said:Hmm,
NINJA, A LITTLE HELP, ANSWER THE QUESTION PLEASE!
Yup, if you're a right misery guts!Nicks said:Is it correct that a Junior Rate under the age of 18 can still leave at anytime before there 18th Birthday with very short notice ?