I will have to search better than.
Cheers, i will phone them up soon, what further information do they give you.
I didnt go a meeting at my local AFCO for the first time until after id sat my GCSE's, i was wating for my results at the time. Bare minimum for pilot and any other officer is 5 A-C GCSE's (including maths and English) and Any 2 A levels at A-E.
Thanks Wzz for the only sensible reply ! ......
Sublime_envy + Nikki.J.S thanks for the replies but your suggestions have already been tried and as stated all are out of stock ..... The issue was'nt with simply finding them on the internet (I agree it only takes two mins for any idiot) It was finding them in stock !!
But thanks anyway ................
What do you gain from visiting afco and could anyone advise me on whats the best job to apply for on a sixth form sponsorship.
The AFCO will tell you how to join the RAF and assess whether you're worth sending down to Cranwell on a full application.
The best job to apply for is the one you want to do!
Cheers, how many jobs can you put down on your application form.
One job; that of an RAF officer!
You can specify a number of branches; I think 6; you'd be interested in.
Should you really be applying for a job you don't know much about? How much research have you done?
I have done research into the different type of jobs but the job isn't what you expect it to be when you are actually doing it (if that makes any sense).
I don't mean to be harsh, but judging by what you've asked on here, you appear to have done very little research.
How do you know the job isn't what you expect when you're actually doing it? What experience have you got of these jobs to make that judgement?
You really should visit your local AFCO to discuss the opportunities available and the detail of what they entail. I'd also advise a more thorough search of the RAF careers website.
Do you know any good raf websites except for