Method of Instruction Certificate.

#1
Im on the blag,

I did a M of I course as a sproggy lance jack back in the early 90's. It was at Krefeld I think it was 43 AEC. I have lost the certificate due to 6 house moves and a shredding addiction.

I can avoid having to go backwards and doing a similar course only if I can produce documentary evidence. It doesn’t need to stand up to close scrutiny.

Has anybody got a copy of a method of instruction certificate they can scan and send me and with a bit of jiggery pokery from a work colleague job sorted.


I wouldnt normally go down this route bit it would be a waste of tax payers money and my time doing the course.

Cheers

PM9
 
#2
What course do you need this cert for?

I don't beleive you've only done MOI... and if you have you should go back and re-do.

Have you PTI, Recog, BCDT, Mapric et al?

What abut various senior courses etc?

Is it on your records? Or a photocopy/cse report on P file?
 
C

cloudbuster

Guest
#3
Ring Glasgow - they've got absolutely everything on file, and can get you a copy in, say, six to eight months?
 
#4
DITS walt!!!
 
#7
It should also be in your red book if you still have it (or if you even got one).
Never thought of that will have a look cheers
 
#9
MOI was replaced by BIT which was replaced by DIT, so far it's all been SHiT. I vaugely recollect being told that unless anyone held a current instructor qual then they were to do DIT.
 
#10
I have current inst quals. Most likely won't need anything. Never noticed it missing from JPA bloody rare I go anywhere near it. The records of all the courses are dated for when I joined TA and it must have been recorded from my regular record. The explanation I got was the clerk had to match it to the nearest qual and may not have know what M of I was. Still should have been a PAMPAS record though. I'm certain it was on pre JPA. Not bothered about doing course again, do it with my eyes shut £500 in the beer money pot come to think of it.
 

Similar threads

Latest Threads

Top