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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1825 on: May 03, 2018, 23:39:26 »
Hi Buck,

I was wondering how long it usually takes to hear if you got selected after a selection date. I am currently applying to ROTP Pilot and I was placed on the competition list April 3rd and I know that there was a selection on the 10th. If I haven't heard anything yet am I to assume that I wasn't selected on that selection date? Thanks for all your help!

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1826 on: May 04, 2018, 06:45:13 »
Justadude,

If you search and read the site many of your questions have already been asked and answered:

from Buck_HRA
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Selections will continue to occur until the specific occupation & entry plan has been filled with the number of applicants that the CAF has identified as requiring for that Fiscal Year.

Please note that the above are "general" guidelines and at any point a projected/schedule selection can be pushed/moved for a variety of reasons.

Time Frame: After a selection it can take 3-5 business days for a CFRC to be informed of who was selected, from there it can take another 5-7 business for an applicant to be informed (depending on the workload of a CFRC, and when the applicant is set to do BMQ/BMOQ).  This translates to a total of 8-12 business days from when a selection occurs to when the applicant is informed of the offer.

Specific Dates
Please note that Selection Dates are designed as a planning tool to help guide Recruiting Detachments in prioritizing files; as such specific dates of projected selections will not be posted.  The actual dates can change for a variety of reasons; and while there is information available to recruiters as to what the projected dates are, it does not manage the expectations of applicants to inform them that a selection will occur on a specific date only for it to be delayed.

As always the most accurate and up to date information is from your CFRC.

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1827 on: May 15, 2018, 10:59:42 »
Hi,

Hope this hasn't been asked before but I couldn't find the answer with a cursory search. The info I'm seeing says DEO selections happen monthly, but is that referring to every position or just the DEO stream in general? I'm specifically interested in whether DEO pilot has monthly selections. Thanks for any information you can share.

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1828 on: May 15, 2018, 12:19:14 »
Hi,

Hope this hasn't been asked before but I couldn't find the answer with a cursory search. The info I'm seeing says DEO selections happen monthly, but is that referring to every position or just the DEO stream in general? I'm specifically interested in whether DEO pilot has monthly selections. Thanks for any information you can share.

Jonii,

Your answer is stickied at the top of the other sub-thread:
The Recruiting Process :  Selection Date Information

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DEO - There is no application deadline.  Selections happen monthly.

and just as important:

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Specific Dates
Please note that Selection Dates are designed as a planning tool to help guide Recruiting Detachments in prioritizing files; as such specific dates of projected selections will not be posted.  The actual dates can change for a variety of reasons; and while there is information available to recruiters as to what the projected dates are, it does not manage the expectations of applicants to inform them that a selection will occur on a specific date only for it to be delayed.

As this is an unofficial site, the most accurate and up to date information on Selection Dates is your respective CFRC.
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1829 on: May 23, 2018, 02:11:14 »
Hey Buck!

I saw that August 6 was loading earlier this month from your post for NCM Infantry. I was just wondering that course is full? And if it is full, is there another BMQ being filled for infantry? And also when selections for NCM Infantry are happening?
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1830 on: May 23, 2018, 17:36:57 »
Hi buck,

Do you know how many spots are left for french DEO bmoq of august?

Thanks a lot,
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1831 on: May 24, 2018, 14:39:05 »
Hey Buck!

I saw that August 6 was loading earlier this month from your post for NCM Infantry. I was just wondering that course is full? And if it is full, is there another BMQ being filled for infantry? And also when selections for NCM Infantry are happening?

Both 6 August and 13 August are basically full.  The next date is 20 August; please note that BMQ's are not filled for specific occupations - whether you're an HRA, FSA, Inf, Art (etc) you can be on the same BMQ - the only division is BMQ for NCM's and BMOQ for Officer's (and English / French).

As to when selections are happening, kratz post just before yours has all the information that I would normally respond with. 

Hi buck,

Do you know how many spots are left for french DEO bmoq of august?

Thanks a lot,

As of today's date there are approx 12 positions remaining on the Franco BMOQ in August.

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1832 on: May 31, 2018, 20:32:23 »
Hello Folks,

I have a few questions that I hope someone could answer for me:

1. According to the CFLR website (http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/training-establishments/recruit-school.page), the last 12-week-long BMOQ, L-Series, is scheduled to start on September 10, 2018. Do I assume it correctly that based on the 12-week duration, this would be the course for DEO applicants?

2. Do I also assume it correctly that after September, the next DEO intake is not going to happen until 2019?

3. What are the remaining # spots left for DEO Ms Eng and DEO NWO?

Thank you!

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1833 on: June 04, 2018, 10:17:31 »
Hello Folks,

I have a few questions that I hope someone could answer for me:

1. According to the CFLR website (http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/training-establishments/recruit-school.page), the last 12-week-long BMOQ, L-Series, is scheduled to start on September 10, 2018. Do I assume it correctly that based on the 12-week duration, this would be the course for DEO applicants?

2. Do I also assume it correctly that after September, the next DEO intake is not going to happen until 2019?

3. What are the remaining # spots left for DEO Ms Eng and DEO NWO?

Thank you!


1.  Yes the "L-Series" is the BMOQ course done in one shot (i.e. not broke up) so it's for DEO applicants.

2. There is a difference between "intake" and going away on Basic Training.  Intake / Selections will still occur between those months however once the September BMOQ is full anyone selected will be placed on the January BMOQ.

3. As of today's date approx 75% of the DEO MS ENG positions are open and approx 80% of the DEO NWO positions remain open.

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1834 on: June 04, 2018, 19:16:41 »
Thank you, Buck. As always, much appreciate your time and information provided!

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1835 on: June 06, 2018, 16:29:44 »

2. There is a difference between "intake" and going away on Basic Training.  Intake / Selections will still occur between those months however once the September BMOQ is full anyone selected will be placed on the January BMOQ.

Cheers

Hey Buck, to add to this question: are there still spaces in the August/September DEO BMOQ (in particular L0004E,L0006E,L0007E) with a special interest if they are taking any more combat arm applicants (INF, AMR, ARY)? Or do BMOQ's even have spots allotted by trade?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1836 on: June 06, 2018, 17:46:25 »
Hey Buck, to add to this question: are there still spaces in the August/September DEO BMOQ (in particular L0004E,L0006E,L0007E) with a special interest if they are taking any more combat arm applicants (INF, AMR, ARY)? Or do BMOQ's even have spots allotted by trade?

Thanks in advance!

I think he legit answered that trade/bmoq at least 10 times. There are not spot per trade.
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1837 on: June 12, 2018, 09:09:48 »
Hey Buck, to add to this question: are there still spaces in the August/September DEO BMOQ (in particular L0004E,L0006E,L0007E)

I don't see "L0004E" (or the others) in the system I use; for future please post start/end dates.  However with that said I'm looking at August/September dates and although it looks like a new BMOQ with a start of 10-Sep was added; all other August/September courses are essentially full.

with a special interest if they are taking any more combat arm applicants (INF, AMR, ARY)? Or do BMOQ's even have spots allotted by trade?

I've started a new thread - "Recruiting FAQs" (https://navy.ca/forums/index.php/topic,128223.0.html); please refer to Q1.

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1838 on: June 12, 2018, 10:05:07 »
Hi,

What are the next selection dates for AVS and AVN?

Thanks
Recruiting Center: Ottawa
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Trade Choice 1: AVS
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1839 on: June 12, 2018, 10:48:29 »
From Buck_HRA's earlier thread answering these questions:

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NCM Entry Plans
    NCM-STEP - There is no "general" application deadline; specific occupations may have a deadline - please speak with a Recruiter to confirm.  Selections happen minimum monthly.
    Unskilled/Semi-skilled/Skilled - There is no application deadline.  Selections happen twice a month minimum, sometimes weekly.

Selections will continue to occur until the specific occupation & entry plan has been filled with the number of applicants that the CAF has identified as requiring for that Fiscal Year.

Please note that the above are "general" guidelines and at any point a projected/schedule selection can be pushed/moved for a variety of reasons.

Time Frame: After a selection it can take 3-5 business days for a CFRC to be informed of who was selected, from there it can take another 5-7 business for an applicant to be informed (depending on the workload of a CFRC, and when the applicant is set to do BMQ/BMOQ).  This translates to a total of 8-12 business days from when a selection occurs to when the applicant is informed of the offer.

Specific Dates
Please note that Selection Dates are designed as a planning tool to help guide Recruiting Detachments in prioritizing files; as such specific dates of projected selections will not be posted.  The actual dates can change for a variety of reasons; and while there is information available to recruiters as to what the projected dates are, it does not manage the expectations of applicants to inform them that a selection will occur on a specific date only for it to be delayed.

As always the most accurate and up to date information on Selection Dates is your respective CFRC.

Hi,

What are the next selection dates for AVS and AVN?

Thanks
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1840 on: June 12, 2018, 19:42:40 »
Hi,

What are the next selection dates for AVS and AVN?

Thanks

Please see the following link for Selection Information: https://navy.ca/forums/index.php?topic=125930.0

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1841 on: June 20, 2018, 23:29:51 »
Hello Buck :

I need your advice/information on two questions.

1. ROTP selection for AEC on June 26  : Do you know how many people (ROTP) will be selected at the ROTP selection for AEC on June 26 ?  I am on the competition list for ROTP- RMC and AEC.

2. Will all ROTP have to go to the BMOQ - Module 1 starting on July 9th if they start the RMCC on August 25 ? or will some ROTP start the RMCC on August 25 without the BMOQ-Module 1 ?   I applied for the ROTP - RMC / AEC and am still waiting on an offer/admission. You said it takes about 10 days to be informed to the applicants (from the selection to Recruiting Centre to Applicant ).  I am worried if I have enough time to join the ROTP - RMC ( ROTP selection for AEC on June 26 -- 10 business days (??) -- July 9 BMOQ ...)

3. If I am not selected at the ROTP selection for AEC on June 26, will my application for ROTP-RMC be closed ? ... because it looks I won't be able to join the RMC on Aug 25 this year. 

Thanks for your help in advance.


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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1842 on: July 04, 2018, 11:08:45 »
Hello,
I am new to this site. My interview will be next week. If anyone has any tips for me please! Also here is my info...

CFRC: Toronto
Officer/NCM: Officer (DEO), Regular Force
Trade: 1. Navy (MOST Office) 2. Airforce (Communication Electronics Engineering Officer) 3. Army (Infantry Office)
Application Date:
First Contact: March 6th, 2018
CFAT: April 19th, 2018
Background Check: Done in May 2018
MOST Test: June 8th, 2018
Medical: July 12th, 2018
Interview: July 11th, 2018
Offer of Employment: TBD
Enrollment Ceremony: TBD

But I would like to change the Trade selection choice to -
1. Air Force (Communication Electronics Engineering Officer,
2. Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Officer
3. Signals Officer

Should I go to talk to the Recruiter before my interview and request him to change my selection order?

Is there anyway to know if these trade has any availability or the position is filled up till now for the next batch? 

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1843 on: July 05, 2018, 12:51:53 »
Hi Mahbub9803,

A) Concerning your interview, see below for my personal tips:

1) Understand your trade choices and their main responsibilities
2) Dress in business attire. A suit would be ideal as you are applying as an Officer.
3) Be prepared to discuss your previous leadership experience, if any.
4) Be prepared to discuss your education and how it may be relevant to your specific trades
5) From my personal experience and from what I have researched on the internet concerning other applicants' experiences, it is quite relaxed.
6) Be yourself as they want to know who you are as a person.

B) Concerning your trade selections and trade preferences:

1) The order of your trades does not matter. It is irrelevant.
2) All of those trades are treated equally in that the CAF assumes you are prepared to accept any of those trades.
3) With the above two points noted, get rid of any trades you are unwilling to accept and only list those that you actually want to do. I personally only applied for one job as I was unwilling to do any others.

C) Trade availability changes over time as applicants are selected. Generally speaking, an individual by the name of BUCK_HRA on this forum can also potentially assist you in getting the number of spots remaining for your trades. Please be courteous to him. He does a lot of good work on this forum.

Someone else with more knowledge can correct me if I am wrong; however, I think that the points I stated above were quite accurate. Best of luck in your interview and your application!

Regards,
Volidyr
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1844 on: July 06, 2018, 12:39:35 »
Hello Buck :

I need your advice/information on two questions.

1. ROTP selection for AEC on June 26  : Do you know how many people (ROTP) will be selected at the ROTP selection for AEC on June 26 ?  I am on the competition list for ROTP- RMC and AEC.

2. Will all ROTP have to go to the BMOQ - Module 1 starting on July 9th if they start the RMCC on August 25 ? or will some ROTP start the RMCC on August 25 without the BMOQ-Module 1 ?   I applied for the ROTP - RMC / AEC and am still waiting on an offer/admission. You said it takes about 10 days to be informed to the applicants (from the selection to Recruiting Centre to Applicant ).  I am worried if I have enough time to join the ROTP - RMC ( ROTP selection for AEC on June 26 -- 10 business days (??) -- July 9 BMOQ ...)

3. If I am not selected at the ROTP selection for AEC on June 26, will my application for ROTP-RMC be closed ? ... because it looks I won't be able to join the RMC on Aug 25 this year. 

Thanks for your help in advance.



1) There is never a specific number of people to be selected during the Competition List selections.  I can state that as of today's date there appears to be positions still remaining for AEC.  There was an ROTP board this morning so those positions "might" be gone; or they could be selected on the next planned selection in mid-July.

2) RMC does do an orientation in august for anyone selected for RMC that didn't do BMOQ Mod 1 during their first summer.  All this would mean is that those people not selected in time for BMOQ Mod 1 is that they do the orientation session (approx 2 weeks end August) and do BMOQ between Year 1 & 2.

3) See above, there is a chance of still being selected right up to there being 0 SIP remaining .

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In regards to the two posts prior to this .
Volidyr gave good advise and is correct in stating there is no difference between your 3 selections for occupations.
Sooner than think you have a #1, #2, #3 choice, think of it as Choice A, B & C.  The CAF could have a larger requirement to hire you for choice C and you may never be considered for Choice A - so make sure you only apply for occupations that you want to do.
If you only want to do 1 occupation then only put 1 occupation as your choice

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1845 on: July 09, 2018, 12:00:00 »
Thank you so much Volidyr for your kind reply. It is very good tips that you provided and I really appreciated. I also really appreciated BUCK_HRA reply! If both of you can assist me with this please!

I graduated with Bachelor of Computer Science and as my profession I am Network Engineer. So that is why I applied for 'Communication Electronics Engineering Officer' and 'Signal' as they are related with my education. BUT 'Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Office' is not related with my education but I would like to join as I have my interest with the Electrical and Mechanical equipment. So I might get into first two trade but do you thin still they might select me with this trade 'Communication Electronics Engineering Officer'! When there is a selection do they check background education and experience or I will get train for that?

I would like to be a Pilot but I know there are too much competition and long wait time so that is why I did not choose that one. Am I thinking right!

Thank you so much again!

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1846 on: July 09, 2018, 12:47:49 »
Hello,

I got an email from CFRC saying all vacancies were filled for this year's ROTP intake. I've opted to leave my application open for the early selection board in December for pilot. At this point, I've completed my CFAT and I'm currently awaiting ACS, medical and interview. Do you know when in December the early selection begins, and would I be completing the ACS/medical/interview prior to it?

Thank you!

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1847 on: July 09, 2018, 19:54:06 »
Hi Mahbub9803,

Firstly, it is my pleasure to assist you. I was once in your position as a new applicant without much knowledge about the CAF and the application process. Many members on this forum helped me out with my questions, so it is only fair that I return the same favour to others whenever I can. Regarding some of your most recent concerns, unfortunately, I cannot comment on some of those issues as I am not knowledgeable enough to provide accurate responses. Hopefully, other contributing members of this forum can help out.

Now, concerning  the education and the working experience relevant to your chosen trades, those issues will be tackled during your interview and you should be prepared to discuss them in detail. With respect to your comments about being a potential pilot, no one can tell you if you are thinking "right". I certainly understand your perspective as to why you are not applying for the pilot trade based upon the two factors which you stated, but this does not imply that you are thinking "right". It may be "right" for you, but for others, those two factors which you stated are irrelevant and you would be "wrong" to think like that from their viewpoint. Ultimately, only you can decide for yourself what is "right" or "wrong" when choosing a trade.

Additionally, as a general comment and observation of your writing skills, as a potential officer, I think you may have a hard time earning respect if you are going to write so poorly. I am going to assume that English is not your native/first language out of respect and courtesy. But, if English is actually your native/first language and you are actually trying to articulate yourself properly with correct sentence structure and grammar, I would strongly suggest that you start improving your writing skills immediately.

Finally, please do not take my comments as a form of disrespect. I am not a little kid trying to pick a fight with some random stranger on the internet about spelling/grammar. It is only in your best interest that I point this out simply to help you. My apologies in advance if your feelings are a little hurt; however, for what it is worth, if I were to write in my second language (French), it would be 100% worse than your English writing skills which you have displayed publicly on this forum. As always, if I have provided misleading or wrong information, please correct me as I still have a lot to learn.

Kindest regards,
Volidyr
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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1848 on: July 10, 2018, 07:40:46 »
I would like to be a Pilot

If you want to be a Pilot (and there is a huge difference between "want to be" and "would like to be"), then apply to be a Pilot.

It is not so much competitive - there are always (have been for decades and will likely be forever) vacancies - but the standards are high. It is a long haul, partially due to lengthy delays between courses, and a lot of work, but it is all worth it in the end.

There are Pilot threads here that you should read through, if you've not already done so.

Regardless, pick something that you will like and is the best fit for you.

And, yes, brush up on your written language skills. They will become more and more important as you progress. Clear communication is essential when valuable equipment, lives, missions, and embarrassment are at stake.

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Re: Selection Dates 2013-2018
« Reply #1849 on: July 10, 2018, 11:17:45 »
Thank you so much Volidyr for your kind reply. It is very good tips that you provided and I really appreciated. I also really appreciated BUCK_HRA reply! If both of you can assist me with this please!

I graduated with Bachelor of Computer Science and as my profession I am Network Engineer. So that is why I applied for 'Communication Electronics Engineering Officer' and 'Signal' as they are related with my education. BUT 'Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Office' is not related with my education but I would like to join as I have my interest with the Electrical and Mechanical equipment. So I might get into first two trade but do you thin still they might select me with this trade 'Communication Electronics Engineering Officer'! When there is a selection do they check background education and experience or I will get train for that?

I would like to be a Pilot but I know there are too much competition and long wait time so that is why I did not choose that one. Am I thinking right!

Thank you so much again!

The ideal degrees for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Officer is a Bachelor of Engineering in any of the following: (1) Electrical; (2) Engineering and Management; (3) Industrial; (4) Mechanical; and (5) Systems.

A Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is "acceptable" for Electrical and Mechanical Engeering; however keep in mind that it is just that "acceptable"; there were only 8 EME Officer positions this year so the chances of being selected for an occupation while meeting the "acceptable" requirements isn't that high.

Hello,

I got an email from CFRC saying all vacancies were filled for this year's ROTP intake. I've opted to leave my application open for the early selection board in December for pilot. At this point, I've completed my CFAT and I'm currently awaiting ACS, medical and interview. Do you know when in December the early selection begins, and would I be completing the ACS/medical/interview prior to it?

Thank you!
The early selection last year occured just before Christmas between the 15th and 18th sometime.  Your medical is only good for 1 year, so you will likely need to redo it, and you may have to do another interview but it would be an abbreviated interview (basically an update).