Montigny_La_Palisse said:Right, listen in you ignorant fcukers. You get the coveted Efficient Deck Hand certificate actually. This priceless piece of paper opens up a whole world of opportunity. With this sought after qualification you can be a dabber on a cruise liner. I've got mine, I've got it proudly on display in the bottom of a grip in the attic.
All major employers recognise it.......... As fcuking worthless.
As a seaman specialist able seaman not a lot, however you probably will not wish to remain an able seaman all of your career so will hopefully progress up the ladder to Leading Hand, Petty Officer and perhaps eventually Warrant Officer.jimmy18lfc said:
Thats it!sparks69 said:Cosmetic Painting as my buffer use to call it.
Frowned upon by Chippy/Buffer/Dmeo/XO, but they weren't the ones in the firing line a skippers rounds! :wink:
Thank you 'Slim', till your post I was beginning to get a complex. You people are awful to us delicate gunners...slim said:As a seaman specialist able seaman not a lot, however you probably will not wish to remain an able seaman all of your career so will hopefully progress up the ladder to Leading Hand, Petty Officer and perhaps eventually Warrant Officer.jimmy18lfc said:
Once you have reached leading hand you are then qualified as a supervisor.
Perhaps as a PO you will be responsible for your own section, so definitely Junior Management in many civie fields.
Oh and stop your text speak, if you haven't got English and Maths GCSEs at Grade three or above then use the services of the RN education officers and study free of charge to pass them.
When it comes to life as a civilian after leaving you will be a more rounded and disciplined individual, should be a better time keeper and more confident. All things employers like to see in their workforce.
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