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Waiting times?

#1
Realistically, how long can you expect to wait between goint to the AFCO and telling them you want to join, to ADSC to actually going to phase 1 training assuming you pass the ADSC first time?

Edited for thinking that I'm a comprete mong and then realising that I'm only a partial mong! :D
 
#4
DaPs, I realise that it isn't a per-defined length of time but I just wanted a rough idea, as for the AFCO, I really want to get the ball rolling... but, I need to finish my A levels first :(
 
#5
qwert5187 said:
DaPs, I realise that it isn't a per-defined length of time but I just wanted a rough idea, as for the AFCO, I really want to get the ball rolling... but, I need to finish my A levels first :(
Why do you need to finish A levels.Get the ball rollling now
 
#6
If your in your last year of A levels, then go in now. When your finished you can start straight away.

If your in your first year, then go in and get some info anyway, let them know your intentions and it'll give you some time to think over your choices.
 
#7
[/quote]If your in your last year of A levels, then go in now. When your finished you can start straight away.

If your in your first year, then go in and get some info anyway, let them know your intentions and it'll give you some time to think over your choices.Why do you need to finish A levels.Get the ball rollling now
Oh right, I never knew you could get the ball rolling before you've finshed, I'm in my first year and yeah info sounds like a good idea, cheers!
 
#8
DaPs said:
If your in your last year of A levels, then go in now. When your finished you can start straight away.

If your in your first year, then go in and get some info anyway, let them know your intentions and it'll give you some time to think over your choices.
Oh right, I never knew you could get the ball rolling before you've finshed, I'm in my first year and yeah info sounds like a good idea, cheers!

Sorry double post, only just got the hang of the quoting tool!
 

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