Drop out CIC

#1
Im meant to be going to CIC on the 28th in a few days,for various personal reasons cannot really be running away for 2 weeks at the moment (abit late i know).
Whats the attitude towards dropping out? i can make it in may when i was meant to be going,which is just within the 8 week limit from finishing 7.
Will this be seen as non commitment etc? I hear spaces are very limited on CIC at the moment.

Cheers mac.
 
#2
mac762 said:
Im meant to be going to CIC on the 28th in a few days,for various personal reasons cannot really be running away for 2 weeks at the moment (abit late i know).
Whats the attitude towards dropping out? i can make it in may when i was meant to be going,which is just within the 8 week limit from finishing 7.
Will this be seen as non commitment etc? I hear spaces are very limited on CIC at the moment.

Cheers mac.
There is only one way to find out.

Best you tell your PSI soonest that you cannot make it.

msr
 
#3
I thought this thread would be about RLC trade courses.
 
#6
Spaces are a little tight at the moment for CIC but not too tight ie you won't be waiting 12 months for one!

If it's not too much of a drama I'd just do your CIC and get it out of the way, if it's something major then fair one, let your PSI know.

An example of not too much of a drama would be one of my lads calls our PSI the day before he was due to go on CIC saying he couldn't go because he and his girlfriend had just had an argument about him going away - that is a sh!t reason and you really need to evaluate your commitment, if your grannys just popped her clogs or Works going to sack you for not going then fair one!

W-60
 
#7
AlabamaHotPocketer said:
StabTiffy2B said:
I thought this thread would be about RLC trade courses.
Ha ha! Not so much dropping out of course, more being RTU on the first morning for not having the correct paperwork sorted out.
I was thinking more of the individual being a drop out aka a bum.
 
#8
AlabamaHotPocketer said:
StabTiffy2B said:
I thought this thread would be about RLC trade courses.
Ha ha! Not so much dropping out of course, more being RTU on the first morning for not having the correct paperwork sorted out.
Or failing the PFT or weapon handling test or the 4 mile CFT all done on Saturday afternoon
 

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