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Return of Service

#1
:roll: Does anyone know whether the RoS that is often stipulated for sending us on a long course, is actually 'legal'/enforceable? I have heard a number of times, with examples of people challenging it, that it isn't; but if it isn't, why does the organisation persist in getting us to sign them? Any thoughts.......?
 
#2
Prior to completion of a course resulting in a "Time Bar" you are required to complete an AF B 6848 "Amendment to Terms of Service", this, in essence, is a contract that you sign saying that you are happy to give back a period of service in return for the Time Bared Course. If the AF B 6848 is accepted you will be required to complete an AF B 2694 acknowledging your new ROD.
 
#3
torch1 said:
:roll: Does anyone know whether the RoS that is often stipulated for sending us on a long course, is actually 'legal'/enforceable? I have heard a number of times, with examples of people challenging it, that it isn't; but if it isn't, why does the organisation persist in getting us to sign them? Any thoughts.......?
Yes - it is a contractual obligation in terms of time served that you must perform in return for your employer investing time and money in training you to a specific standard.
 

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