Warfare Officer Training.

Scylla

Newbie
I know this has been posted a few times but this one has a twist.

What training will I have to undertake after Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC), Initial Fleet Time (IFT) and Initial Warfare Officer (Foundation) [IWO(f)] course ?

The twist - can you guys explain the acronyms, where you do the training and maybe a little summary of each course? Please ^_~

Also - If anyone knows what NMT100 stands for, that would be a great help. NMT100 is a a 1 week segment of the Militarisation phase of officer training. I'm thinking something like Naval Militarisation Training... But I'd rather not guess.
 
I know this has been posted a few times but this one has a twist.

What training will I have to undertake after Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC), Initial Fleet Time (IFT) and Initial Warfare Officer (Foundation) [IWO(f)] course ?

The twist - can you guys explain the acronyms, where you do the training and maybe a little summary of each course? Please ^_~

Also - If anyone knows what NMT100 stands for, that would be a great help. NMT100 is a a 1 week segment of the Militarisation phase of officer training. I'm thinking something like Naval Militarisation Training... But I'd rather not guess.

No, use the search function. Failing that use a google search of this site. I must of written it out 2 or 3 times, along with everyone else here. Stop being lazy - a 'twist' doesn't mean you're not lazy.
 

Scylla

Newbie
The acronyms are used to shorten an otherwise lengthy phrase or sentence.

Hope this helps.

You chod.

Define : To state the precise meaning of (a word or sense of a word, for example).
Explain:to make (something) comprehensible, esp by giving a clear and detailed account of the relevant structure, operation, surrounding circumstances, etc.

"Links to where the acronyms are EXPLAINED, not just listed, please."

ohh, yeah looks like i said explain, not define, it's even in CAPS SO YOU DON'T MISS IT.
 

admiralscruff

Lantern Swinger
I found a metric fuckton of info on it all using the search bar and saved it as a word document for reference. If I can do it, you can.
 
I presume you are preparing for AIB - if that is the case it will please you to know you have absolutely no requirement to know beyond knowing the letters IWOF, IFT and BRNC and whatnot. Being able to tell the Board what happens on the 4th Tuesday of the 2nd term of IWOF doesn't mean you pass.

Passing your AIB is about coolness under pressure, the ability to take in new information quickly and understand it, the presence of mind to change course when it's all going wrong and knowing when to hold your nerve. I can teach you the principles of the radian rule or which radar does what (or what happens on the 4th Tuesday of the 2nd term of IWOF), but your in-built character is what we need.

So, in summary, if you find out from somewhere what they all mean, great but passing your AIB is not contingent upon it.
 

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