cnobbs84 said:Good day all,
I am going on my QL3 in less than a month and I have a question. If this has been answered before and is current please point me in the direction of that post.
Ok so I have been in CAF for over a year now SQ/BMQ-L are complete and I was told from several people after my QL3 i should be getting my first hook because I have been in over a year. If this holds merit could someone inform me because apparently I may have to notify the staff that I would be due for my hook by grad parade.
Have a good day
NAVRESSuppyTech said:So I am going to be a Naval Supply tech for a reserve unit in Ontario.
Halifax Tar said:Just so you know Naval Reserve SupTechs seldom to never see any sea time. There are 0 (zero) positions for the trade on the MCDVs.
Halifax Tar said:As well NavRes Sup Techs aren't employed on ships much at all . Your job will primarily be shore based.
So I am going to be a Naval Supply tech for a reserve unit in Ontario.
1. Anyone here a supply tech? If so how was the training? Are you happy with your choice?
2. I know for Reg forces Supply techs attend a 70 day course in Borden Ontario, is it the same for reserve members after basic?
3. Do naval supply techs in reserve unit tend to get stuck to port duties, or on ship duties? I know for my particular unit we have no ships or even a dock so I can already assume most of my duties will be working at the unit base itself.
4. Lastly any advice for a naval supply tech or anything I should now? The Canadian Forces website does not really give much info on supply techs in the navy it focuses more on army supply techs it seems.
Thanks in advance!
Ryan_T said:What is QL3?