transferring

#1
I've been in the army for 7 years now and am interested in transferring to RAMC as a radiographer. On your corps website it says there are options for mature students without a-levels but the bloke i spoke to said i can't do it without. I have got shed loads of UCAS points but all from engineering NVQs gained in the army. Anyone know any different from what i have/ have not been told?

Any help would be appreciated
Cheers
 

Forastero

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#2
Ordinarily you need three A Levels in appropriate topics (not art, home economics or whatever) for entry to radiography training. You will need 220 UCAS points and this usually equates to two Cs and a D grade. However, if you are a serving soldier and you have the minimum UCAS points in an appropriate area (REME and R SIGS typically do well) then your academic profile should be scrutinised by Birmingham City University for suitability. You should do this through your RCMO and SO2 RAMC Rec.
 
#3
And according to our paperwork there are no Radiographer jobs at the moment.
 

Forastero

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#4
With respect, cobblers. Radiography is undermanned and are recruiting 4-6 students per year.
 
#5
MSI64 said:
And according to our paperwork there are no Radiographer jobs at the moment.
Eh.

Look at the top left of the paperwork. Is it dated 2008 or 1994.

No dramas though he can have mine, I won't bother packing and Foxy has not been round to mop yet, but it should be ok. I'll leave the keys at the front desk. cheers,
 
#6
Forastero said:
Ordinarily you need three A Levels in appropriate topics (not art, home economics or whatever) for entry to radiography training. You will need 220 UCAS points and this usually equates to two Cs and a D grade. However, if you are a serving soldier and you have the minimum UCAS points in an appropriate area (REME and R SIGS typically do well) then your academic profile should be scrutinised by Birmingham City University for suitability. You should do this through your RCMO and SO2 RAMC Rec.
Wow, what kind of language is that to be using at that time on a Saturday night?


Smeagle, we truely are very undermanned, I think the expression they use is 'Pinchpoint', or something like that. Anyway, we're all thinking of signing off & starting our own agency anyway. Something like Fronteer Medicine, they earn a packet!! So there will be loads of spaces very soon.

Good luck xx
 
#7
Forastero said:
With respect, cobblers. Radiography is undermanned and are recruiting 4-6 students per year.
Its Dated 2005 So an update is required from Glasgow then, I wont hold my breathe. Thanks for the update I have a guy who wants that job too
 
#8
Fcuking hell, is this the most popular trade in the British Army all of a sudden?

Whats the attraction?
 

Ventress

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#10
gado said:
Fcuking hell, is this the most popular trade in the British Army all of a sudden?

Whats the attraction?
You cant beat telling someone to hold their breath and pushing a flashing button.

I bet you lot are great on fruit machines! :wink:
 
#12
Ventress said:
I bet you lot are great on fruit machines! :wink:
I only wish we were paid enough to play about with those things.
 
#14
steminbat, there are now two people sat scratching their heads. There is money riding on this too. Gado thinks you are in ireland. I think you left in november. I maybe wrong 'cos this

steminbat said:
I am now having left
Is actually indicative of a sense of humour. Gado I think is wrong cos the individual she is thinking of went wibble. solve the problem for us who gets the 5 bucks. is it 'man with no sense of humour' or 'mr wibble'?
 
#15
#17
steaminbat said:
Hmm, what a choice Wibble or no humour. Keep guessing
Ah there we are then, and how is the TA :D
 

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