Lots of great information here, just jumping in to "fix" one piece of information.
MOTP is for Civilian Applicants & Primary Reserve members to apply
MMTP is only for Regular Force member's and only available to those who reached the Operational Function Point + 1 year of service (and of...
The PLAR process can determine any of the following things:
higher starting rank
higher starting pay incentive
qualifications granted (ie a non military course could grant a military course being granted)
partial qualifications granted (all military courses are broken in smaller sections, while...
Let me explain the "PCL" - it's essentially a cut off line - so although your CFAT by itself may've qualified you for Infantry (and it very may have if you qualified for other tech type trades) but the PCL moves higher or lower based on the number of positions available and the number...
To expand on sarahsmom's thread...
The CFAT percentile/cut of scores are Protected B information and will never be posted online.
In addition it is based on percentile, what that means is that you may score high in your CFAT percentile this year - however that exact same raw score next year...
Good Day, "Selected" means just what you think it does - you've been selected to join the CAF. Keep in mind that this is a time period where staff are on vacation, so what happens is that you've been selected by the Selections Board at CFRG HQ. From there you offer has be entered into the...
All timelines are fluid right now. Just be patient; offers are happening but they're happening on a priority basis and as per normal the competition is still competitive - so just because you're on the competition list doesn't necessarily mean that you will receive an offer.
Pssssst - when replying to threads look at the posting date. Not only is this post over 7 months old but it's labelled "DEO 20/21 Intake Numbers" - we're now in FY 21/22.
But on another note, welcome to the forum.
george9315 - please note that if your application is in an area where the schools are shut down it means that CFRC is at minimum staffing - this means that time lines are taking longer than normal. As stated by Pilot, following up with your recruiter every 3-4 weeks (I wouldn't do every 2) to...
Just to let you know the SIP table for both off the street applicants and CT/OT are controlled by DPGR and are a "working table" (especially during COVID) - honestly your best bet is to follow up with your CT Broker and ask or the numbers for this year.
They are available on the DPGR 5...
Also there should be 5 blank spaces between your last para (3) and your signature block. Then there are no spaces between name, rank, position
3. For your consideration, Sir.
Standard disclaimer: no one here is going to give you the answer you seek. Your best resource will be the Medical Staff at your local Recruiting Center.
Notwithstanding the above, everyone's medical history is judged on a case-by-case basis. You may require a FDL (letter from your family...
Just to clarify "this year" in recruiting is still last year. Recruiting works off of the government fiscal year - so a recruiting year is 1 April to 31 March. The "new year" in recruiting starts 1 April 2021.
Please note that the CFRC's being opened / closed are in conjunction with the provincial and regional directions of the particular CFRC.
As long as Toronto is a "grey" zone or as long as the province is in a lock down then recruiting activities will be impacted at that particular CFRC.
Nope it isn't the same thing.
50%/year to a yearly max of $2000 for 4 years
Class A Reservist (part-time military member) who is going to school full time will utilize the $8,000 as their yearly costs normally exceed $4000/year
Class B Reservist (full-time military member)...
This is not a yes/no response.
Part of joining the military includes a criminal record name check/credit check. These are used to determine whether a person might be subject to outside pressures that could reflect on the degree of trust of the individual joining. If adverse conditions are...