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Offline hotwings

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ATIS Tech courses
« on: January 22, 2017, 09:26:39 »
Hello everyone!

 
1. I do have a degree but it is an Arts degree. I am good with computers but I do not have a very strong background in programming, networking, circuits, etc. Does that mean that I will have difficulty in learning the material for POET and occupational training? Do I need a very strong technical background?

2. Can someone direct me to a link where I can find books/information on POET and ATIS-Tech occupational training or anything that is similar to it? My BMQ starts in March but I want to be prepared and study everything possible.

3. I have already seen the occupational video on the main forces website but can someone who has experience working as an ATIS Tech describe to me how a typical day looks like? Am I mostly on the computer and around wires, installing and repairing equipment (like I saw on the video) or is there more to it?

Thank you in advance!

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Re: ATIS Tech courses
« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2017, 10:15:59 »
Hello everyone!

 
1. ......... I am good with computers ......

2. Can someone direct me to a link where I can find books/information on POET and ATIS-Tech occupational training or anything that is similar to it?

3. ............ can someone who has experience working as an ATIS Tech describe to me how a typical day looks like?

See the links that mariomike provided.

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