airforce101 said:My file went to ottawa mid dec and i got an email bak jan 5th to go for aircrew selection. what ive personally learnt n seen is your recomendation from ur CO and PSO play the biggest role in your selection. MY CFAT score was at the cut off line. But i had 18 career development courses and alot of volunteer work and my chain of command really supported me. i even had a probation on my record but looking at my CoC recommendation PSO did mention that the probation wont matter. another member i know didnt have the greatest interview with the pso, didnt no any trade specs but had an award from the wing Commander for volunteering, also got a call for aircrew selection. so it varies from trade to trade and how many ppl they want n how good u did outside work.
CO's recommendation could be, POSSESSES OFFICER LIKE QUALITIES, FIT FOR AN OFFICER, RECOMMENDED, or HES THE BEST WORKER WE HAVE, WE DO NOT WANT TO LET HIM GO BUT HE DESERVES TO GO HIGHER. STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO BE AN OFFICER. This can help you a lot how your chain of command writes about you. Its your right to apply so they wont say no to you but the recommendation letter would say what they think about you.
Pagan said:Anyone else creeping these forums waiting for an offer?
Dont think its for UTPNCMMasterInstructor said:I don't get what you mean... Backround check for what?
Pagan said:I am looking at AEC. Good luck to all the other applicants this year. Anyone else looking to go to UVic?
MasterInstructor said:I am currently at UVic. No I am not accepted to UTPNCM but I I took academic & annual leave combined with shift work schedule and have been attending UVic since September. I am taking summer classes as well.
Hopefully this year I will get UTPNCM so that I do not have to work on the weekends and evenings. I already have 14 courses done. I will be finishing my second year this summer.
Pagan said:Nice! I grew up in Victoria. I've been doing my courses through the University of Manitoba. Its my seconds choice for schools since they gave me something like 24 credits (12 uvic credits) for military service and experience. However, that being said, UVic would be a far better place to go IMO. I mean its Victoria....