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|Saturday, 10 January 2009 17:51|
Cadets wishing to be given more responsibilities on the squadron can apply for promotion to become a Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO). The promotion process is detailed below:2. Phase II - Application Form
1. Phase I - SNCO Approval
3. Phase III - NCO Exam
You will be given an application form. You will need to fill in personal experiences, as well as a personal statement and why you think you should be an NCO. This can be collected from the squadron SNCO on handing in the Phase I form completed.
4. Phase IV - NCO Interview
On handing in your Phase II application, you will be handed a revision pack and given a date for your exams. Questions will be on the ATC, 241 and the RAF. This again is to be retrieved from the squadron SNCO.
5. Phase V - Probation
On completing and passing your exam, you will be given an interview date. This will take place with the OC 241 and squadron SNCO.
You will go on a 2 to 3 month probation, where you will be watched by your flight commander. You will also be the junior man. Once this period is up, you will be interviewed by your flight commander and squadron SNCO to discuss how you as an NCO are performing. You will then become a full 241 NCO.
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