INT CORPS - Selection process?

#1
Hi everyone,

I am interested in joining the INT CORPS as an Operator Military Intelligence. As I understand it, I'll need to go through a separate selection process for the INT CORPS in order to bag this job...

I have already phoned my recruiting Sgt. to ask what the process entailed but he said that he would need to get some paperwork sent as he wasn't too sure :?

I was just wondering if anybody on here would be able to shed some light on this process at all?

Thanks in advance... :)
 
#2
Hi MD88,

1. read this sticky (from the Intelligence Corps forum):

INT CORPS RECRUIT SELECTION - THE OFFICIAL ANSWER
Posted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 10:22 pm

Any individual wishing to join the Intelligence Corps currently goes through the following selection process:

Apply at the Careers Information Office.
Complete Army Form AFCO4 and complete the BARB test (a test of your ability to be trained).
Pass two interviews and go to the Army Development and Selection Centre. The Careers Office will show you a DVD on the ADSC.
If you are recommended for the Intelligence Corps you will be called forward for a visit to the home of the Corps at Chicksands:

You arrive by 1630hrs on a Monday and complete selection administration.
On the Tuesday you will complete various written and verbal assessments. You will take the Modern Languages Aptitude Test (MLAT). You will also visit the Military Intelligence Museum.
You have a final interview on Wednesday morning before departing

Finally, you will be notified within 24 hours of the results of the assessment.

No other information on the nature of the written and verbal assessments will be provided.

Anyone who has completed the visit will not, we hope, wish to lower the standard by giving unfair advantage to those who follow by providing any detail about the assessments.

Our key advice is be yourself and answer all the questions honestly.

Please feel free to ask any questions or PM NTTT.
2. read ALL 37 pages of this sticky http://www.arrse.co.uk/Forums/viewtopic/t=15120.html

3. WHEN you've done all that, ask any questions that haven't already been covered - post your question in that sticky thread.

4. skip step 2 and you'll get an unhelpful reaction!

best of luck :)
 
#7
Warm, showers now and then, full of foreigners (not that that is necessarily a bad thing but the Northern Irish have to pick on somebody), gubmint doing more u-turns about everything, and because Ingerland are out of the 20/20 Cup Radio Five live is switching to the ladies England team who are still winning, funny old place.
 
#8
ah right. well we've had a 3ft snake battling one of the cats, another snake in the house, forest fires raging around the outside of the camp, a monkey in the kitchen - and have practically run out of booze!

frigging disaster, that last one. everything else is par for the course ;)
 

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