LoKe said:Is that just based on the recruiting page? 00120 is low on Air Force and Navy, and have been for years. The CM won't even entertain Navy or Air Force to Army DEU changes.
AuthenticTshirt said:Applying for the AVOTP. COMM RSCH is my choice.
Questions I have are:
- POST QL3 how does it take to start and complete everything you need for QL5A?
- What is QL5 training for COMM RSCH? OJT and a task sheet/log book to complete? A course you have to get loaded onto?
Thanks in advance.
You don't have to accept the offer. It's a fine trade, and spec pay is great, but it's still your choice.95cr said:Hi,
So I just went in for my medical testing and interview. However, when I went into the interview I was notified that I had been approved for the comms research trade. I had applied for 1) FSA 2) HRA and 3) Firefighter trades so this was a complete surprise to me. The captain interviewing me suggested that I post here to see if anyone had any more insight than the minimal amount that he was able to give me. From what I was told it's a classified position and the information on the CAF website is inaccurate and/or vague. Would anyone be able to provide me some other information on this trade? For example, what would be the chances that I get foreign language training? I understand that you most likely won't be able to provide me with very detailed information, however, pretty much anything will help.
PuckChaser said:If you're one of the 6 or so folks in the whole trade that get a ship posting, otherwise the steel box is stuck in Letrim.
PuckChaser said:If you want a desk in an office with no windows inside a steel box, pick Comms Rsch. If you want a desk with the possibility of windows, pick HRA/FSA.
TimneyTime said:I feel this isn't really a fair assessment, as once you get your LS/Cpl Spec I, the opportunities in Comms Rsch become WAY better.
Kokanee said:There are plenty of opportunities in the Comm Rsch world for people of every type. Like sitting in a windowless office environment? Go for a posting to Leitrim. Like working in a field environment, with all the benefits that entails? Go for a posting to the EW Regiment in Kingston.
211RadOp said:How? LS/Cpl have the same posting opportunities as a OS/Pte/Avr. I don't believe there are any differences until you hit MCpl/MS when you might get to CFSCE, where you work in an (almost) windowless building.
(I am not Comm Rsch but know and have worked with quite a few)
Eye In The Sky said:Leitrim or the EW Regt = plenty of opportunities?