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RAF Pilot P2 Presentation what to expect and dress code? watch

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    I have a P2 presentatation on Thursday for my Pilot application and was wondering if anyone has any experience of this and could give me a heads up on what to expect and anything I need to know? Furthermore would a Black shirt, Tie, trousers and shoes be appropriate dress code?

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    Black shirt is a no-no. Not particularly Officer like. It may sound snobbish, but it's fact.
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    It's a presentation. Take a note book and pen. Be prepared to ask questions (ie, have a few ready).

    And to the above point: never wear a shirt that's darker than your tie. Get a white shirt - primark do basic things which are perfect.
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    primark do basic things which are perfect.


    Have some standards, chap!
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    Have some standards, chap!
    When you have money and a reason to wear nice clothes, then get nice clothes.

    When you just want something presentable, go with the basics.

    And I'd wager that Primark clothing is better put together than uniform is.
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    To answer the question, smart, not smart casual. Notepad and pen, and also all of the paperwork they've asked you to fill out/bring.
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    When you have money and a reason to wear nice clothes, then get nice clothes.

    When you just want something presentable, go with the basics.

    And I'd wager that Primark clothing is better put together than uniform is.
    Amen to that!




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