I was on this forum about 10 years ago or so, since then I have completed my RN and have been working as a RN for about 6 years or so. I am also one semester away from completing my MBA. Having said that, I've just applied for the HCA(Regular) career with the CF. I don't think age is a...
How does NO(reserve) work? I am just curious since my civie job is rotational shifts. Would I still be expected to take time off from my civie job to complete BMOQ etc or how does it work?
HMCS Tecumseh in summer of 06 when i was living.training in calgary..now back home in BC..so changed it
and mud recca thanks for all those analigies.
I was never complaining about the push ups and iam not complaining about it now. I think PT is a great thing. All I said was people like me who...
RCAC & HUNTER
before you guys barrage me with tons of questions etc.
here is my profile.
And I apologize in advance I was a little off with my Personal Best time in 10,000 and off by a lot in distance running standards.
My time was 29:08.86 sorry...
rcac and Hunter
in regards to your questions:
yes I do know it's a fast time..since you guys know a lot about running..why don't u dig it up and check the 02 nationals track/field outdoor championships..i lost the race to jeff scheibler the canadian champion at that time.
Rcac I am full of as...
well it depends guys..for some push ups are easy.for me running is easy..cos i've been doin it for over 10 yrs now..long distance running and x-country running is what i've done all my life...now push ups might seem easier to you but not to me.
yes the time is correct 28:12:32 and...
My 2 cents worth:
Apart from failing my ACS in Trenton for Pilot I also failed my PT test because of push ups. I did 16 push ups instead of 19. Now lets say I did pass the ACS and everything else was good, CF would've refused me few months back because I failed the PT test even though i can run...
I gotta question to all the gents and ladies here.
In your application if you put down 3 MOC options...how does it work..u get considered for only your first choice or u get offers for both second and third as well
So, basically what you're saying is that there is a good chance of getting an invite to goto NOAB. And since Iam starting my university this fall. I am not sure if they'd want you to take a week off for NOAB's. Those who have gone to universities can concurr with me on...
Thanks again fellows for all the input.
Quick question to the recruiters and those that have just gone through the process of MARS acceptance. I have submitted all the forms etc. Now apart from physical,medical and an interview..is there anything else remaining before an offer is made?
Armymedic thanks for the info but when I searched I couldn't find any info on BSc Geography being accepted for ROTP HCA. And I couldn't find anywhere about the need/shortage for HCA's within CF.
I called my recruiting centre to inquire about HCA officer trade and they told me that I can apply as a ROTP HCA officer even if I am doing my BSc in Geography. Is that true? I thought you needed BA or BCom according to the website.
Also, is there a need/shortage of Health Care...