Even 'corrective training' is a thing of the past now.
What can you expect from PT? Well, to get hot, sweaty and out of breath I suppose.
As long as you have been doing your own program of fitness training in your own time between training weekends you should be OK. Nothing carried out as part of your syllabus is out of reach as long as you train between weekends (and I don't mean one night a week, try three or four times a week with a realistic training program, try asking PTI's at 4Div RTC or your own unit for these).
The PTI's do vary, but there are a regular 'core' of PTI's that turn up most weekends, they are VERY professional and take your fitness training and assessment seriously. They will not 'beast' you, but training and standards are set high so you will be pushed hard, which is only right and proper for a career in the military
Lets get this straight, PTI's at 4Div RTC working with SuT's DO NOT 'do their own thing', everything involved with SuT's is set to a standard. They run or work to the standard set for that lesson or assessment and DO NOT act like a bunch of cowboys!
Do not worry about the PTI's at 4Div RTC, all instructors including the PTI's get validated regularly so display the highest of standards. None of the instructors 'do their own thing'. If they do and overstep the mark, they will no longer instruct there.
If you want to worry about anything it should be about your training regime pre course. Do not worry about the instructors, they know what they are doing and are good at their jobs. Yes at times you will feel physically challenged, but that is part of the course. Therefore YOU must get stuck into training your body to be able to accept the physical challenges ahead of you.
Seriously don't worry about the PT mate, it's good fun. It's not Bad Lad's army, but it's not a walk in the park either. You do everything with your cadre anywho, get involved with the banter, don't answer the instructors back and you'll be fine.
Also, be sure to come back and let us know what you think of Malta!
You're not making sense dude.
And why? They're not your friends, and walking up to an instructor you don't know and spouting nicknames at him will probably result in forearms like pop-eye by the end of your Phase 1.