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Topnigerianjobs Inc 2021-06-16
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This is a guide to becoming a Royal Navy Officer. Table of Contents- Who is an officer?- The type of courses you'll do- The time commitment- How to be accepted into naval college Who is an officer?Officers, unlike other ranks, are from the educated middle class - many have attended Oxford or Cambridge university before joining the armed forces (apparently some also attended Harvard or Yale) so attend lectures alongside their military training at Naval College Greenwich. A few words about your career prospects will help, but a career as an officer in the Royal Navy isn't for everyone and you should think very carefully before deciding whether or not it's the right choice for you. After leaving school, you'll spend some time at sea doing one of the following four ratings: Seaman/airman (leading rate), able seaman, petty officer or chief petty officer (master chief). The time commitmentYou can expect to serve for up to twenty four years (or thirty six if you become a medical officer). You will spend six weeks at sea followed by four weeks ashore then back to the ship for around three weeks.
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This is a guide to becoming a Royal Navy Officer. Table of Contents- Who is an officer?- The type of courses you'll do- The time commitment- How to be accepted into naval college Who is an officer?Officers, unlike other ranks, are from the educated middle class - many have attended Oxford or Cambridge university before joining the armed forces (apparently some also attended Harvard or Yale) so attend lectures alongside their military training at Naval College Greenwich. A few words about your career prospects will help, but a career as an officer in the Royal Navy isn't for everyone and you should think very carefully before deciding whether or not it's the right choice for you. After leaving school, you'll spend some time at sea doing one of the following four ratings: Seaman/airman (leading rate), able seaman, petty officer or chief petty officer (master chief). The time commitmentYou can expect to serve for up to twenty four years (or thirty six if you become a medical officer). You will spend six weeks at sea followed by four weeks ashore then back to the ship for around three weeks.