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Really helpful for training to get into AFC Harrogate.

#3
I'm planning on going there sep 08 maybe see you, JUst read that training programme, i think am going to start doing them asap.
Stu
 

leguy

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#5
Good Luck lads,
im off there in about a months time (January).
I'll Keep you posted on what its like and how nice the Corporals are.
 
#7
AdrenalineJunky said:
Well I cant say it'll be easy lol. 42 weeks of pain and suffering anyone? Heh
Kids today, you don't know you're born.
 
#10
Not meaning to insult you Joel, but read it again, and don't take it as a dis.
 
#12
AdrenalineJunky said:
chocolate_frog said:
AdrenalineJunky said:
Well I cant say it'll be easy lol. 42 weeks of pain and suffering anyone? Heh
Kids today, you don't know you're born.
Why thank you. :l I was simply expressing what I think the college will be like, so i dont expect it to be easy, so what?

- Joel
Joel, Chocolate-frog wasn't giving you grief.....you'll get used to the humour and the 'nice comments' when you're in. Harrogate is a great town and lovely area. The college has obviously changed greatly over the years but many people still have great memories. I'm guessing that C-F is one of those people :wink:

Good luck and enjoy it.
 
#13
I've been at AFC now since september and it is really good. I would take the option to go to Harrogate as adult entry is A LOT harder, even though the AFC is quite difficult at times.

DH
 
#16
am hoping to go to afc sept '08 aswell, having to put on weight first tho before i get my medical sorted, am a skinny f**ker at the minute :p ...anyway hope to see some of you there then!
 
#20
PirateBoy said:
AFC Harogate for 16-17 is a bit of a joke ,Word on the street anyway .
I wish you the best of luck however
Word on the street is bo***cks then, I'm afraid. It's a great place to begin your career, and you will definately benefit from the extra time spent learning. The NVQ training will save you a fair bit of time once you reach your regiment/ corps, too. Stick in lads, do yourselves proud.
 

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