TA units

#1
Hi, I'm waiting to join the TAAMS National Unit in Strensall. I was wondering if my work committments lessen, is it possible to transfer to a regional unit or will I have to go through the application procedure again?
 
#2
No you should be fine. The CVHQ staff will be able to confirm suitable vacancies within the regionally recruited AMS units and assist your transfer. A lot however, will depend on where you live and your ability to travel.
 
#9
psychynurse said:
Just a bit, but then so is Strensall! 19 days a year easy. 27 days, need to be local.
But I'll look after you..........honest, just ignore the restricting orders against me, I'm OK really :roll:
 
#10
dui-lai said:
psychynurse said:
Just a bit, but then so is Strensall! 19 days a year easy. 27 days, need to be local.
But I'll look after you..........honest, just ignore the restricting orders against me, I'm OK really :roll:
I think with his qualification, he'll be looking after you Dui-Lai !

keep taking the tablets :wink:
 
#11
Bedpan2zero said:
dui-lai said:
psychynurse said:
Just a bit, but then so is Strensall! 19 days a year easy. 27 days, need to be local.
But I'll look after you..........honest, just ignore the restricting orders against me, I'm OK really :roll:
I think with his qualification, he'll be looking after you Dui-Lai !

keep taking the tablets :wink:
HE, HE I thought it was a female nurse! :oops:
 
#12
dui-lai said:
Bedpan2zero said:
dui-lai said:
psychynurse said:
Just a bit, but then so is Strensall! 19 days a year easy. 27 days, need to be local.
But I'll look after you..........honest, just ignore the restricting orders against me, I'm OK really :roll:
I think with his qualification, he'll be looking after you Dui-Lai !

keep taking the tablets :wink:
HE, HE I thought it was a female nurse! :oops:
You always think they are female, that's where the trouble starts. It will all end in tears, mark my words!
 

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