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Sapper in Peace

#1
After a bit of info if you can help,

As a full screw engineer what sigs courses can I do? should of also said my trade is CIS,

the only bowman course I've done was on my RSIs does anyone know if you can do BSM as a Cpl or is there any other decent bleep courses.
My knowledge and experience are lacking a bit as I've been otherwise employed for the last few years and think that this will hold me back from progressing if I don't address this now.

Cheers

Bleep Bleep
 
#3
Surely someone with your username would know why?!

We don't have people at Blandford (that I know of anyway), plus I thought you lot would be the experts..........obviously I was wrong!!
 
#4
Spr_og said:
Surely someone with your username would know why?!

We don't have people at Blandford (that I know of anyway), plus I thought you lot would be the experts..........obviously I was wrong!!

Move along, no mong posts please 8O
 
#5
The vast majority of Blandford courses are R SIGNALS only and they train people to carry out tasks which HQ SOinC(A) have identified as being required for R SIGNALS PIDs. The only exceptions are really the Bowman-related ones, including App Spec. Mind you they also do strange extra ones like programming (mainly for RAF airframe computer geeks) and IT service management, but they're a bit specialist and it'll be difficult to justify as an RE Signaller.

So, I don't think there's going to be much that you are actually allowed to go on, as they aren't just "skills top up" courses. Hopefully someone can answer your BSM question.
 
#6
Cheers for that,

I've spoke to a couple of lads about the App Spec course but I was told you actually do very little Bowman until the last couple of days.

I'm on a Bowtag course this week so hopefully I'll get an answer there about my BSMs.
 
#7
give the CIS wing at Gib a call and speak to the SMI (WO1 B*******). Very approachable guy so sure he'll be able to give you some advice
 

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