AVN's are also hurting for people, but be prepared for some major crowding in Borden for your training. There are more than 270 AVN techs training in Borden right now... That's not counting all the AVS, either. It's nuts. Hurry up and wait is the name of the game here. Of the last 3 classes to get their postings, 32 people are going to Cold Lake, it's an average of 10 people per class. If it's a french class, it's been 10 people per class in Bagotville. Those places are supremely short right now. As far as AVN goes, you still have to meet a fairly high standard on the CFAT test, and the course, while not extremely hard, is challenging enough that we have lost 4 people to failures. You'll have to be prepared to study in crappy conditions. There's not a lot of room here, so it's only if you're very lucky that you'll be living in a mod. Most living quarters here are 4 per room for the guys, 2 per room for the girls. PMQ's, you can only get if you are married or already commonlaw, and there aren't many of them. We had plenty of people turned down just because there weren't enough Q's for students.
If you need to know anything about AVN stuff currently going on in Borden, let me know, I'll do my best to help you out. I'm here until March, anyway.