Gave my details, changed my mind

#1
Hi, i went down to the careers office yesterday with a mate of mine who was going with the intention of joining the regular army, and i agreed to keep him company and pop down to ask them some questions myself. I'd seen a dog handler vacancy on the amry jobs website so i asked him about it, and he said absolutely no chance if you've had no experience working with animals.

Anyway, at the time i were taken in by it all after he told me the amount of other jobs you can do etc. and ended up giving my details, and he gave me a date for a reception brief in a couple of weeks. After coming home and telling my misses etc and been researching how much time you get to go home, i think in my circumstance joining the T.A's for the experience and see how much i do or dont enjoy it would have been better. If i phone them up now and let them know i wont be attending the reception brief, will they hold it against me joining the TA's, thinking ill be a let down.

Thanks.
 
#3
Hi, i went down to the careers office yesterday with a mate of mine who was going with the intention of joining the regular army, and i agreed to keep him company and pop down to ask them some questions myself. I'd seen a dog handler vacancy on the amry jobs website so i asked him about it, and he said absolutely no chance if you've had no experience working with animals.

Anyway, at the time i were taken in by it all after he told me the amount of other jobs you can do etc. and ended up giving my details, and he gave me a date for a reception brief in a couple of weeks. After coming home and telling my misses etc and been researching how much time you get to go home, i think in my circumstance joining the T.A's for the experience and see how much i do or dont enjoy it would have been better. If i phone them up now and let them know i wont be attending the reception brief, will they hold it against me joining the TA's, thinking ill be a let down.

Thanks.
Two minutes after your post appeared, a detail will have been ordered up to watch your every move. In about an hour, go upstairs and take a look outside from behind your curtains..specifically look for any lampposts that look a bit fatter than usual or lumpy hedges.
 
#5
you should go ,it wont hurt you, and you might go home with something....you never know....at list some more info for you, so ...you should go..thats my opinion :)
 
#6
Theres no obligation throughout the whole process, just give them a quick call to say youve changed your mind and if you were put on the system you will just be withdrawn.....its just common decency to let them know.
 
#7
You haven't signed up or been sworn in, so no worries, but as T I said it would be polite to call them and have yourself took off the system and free up the slot for someone else
 

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