Considering a career change or new opportunity? The British Army offers a variety of roles, from combat to engineering. This comprehensive guide explains how to join the army, making your path to joining the Army as smooth as possible.
In this guide, we will look at a list of the most common Army Interview Questions used in the British Army’s recruitment process. This guide will also provide you with top-scoring answers to those Army interview questions to help you pass your interview!
Since the launch of the online assessment process, used by police forces in England and Wales, in May 2020 plenty of questions have been raised. Something we are asked regularly is what is and isn’t allowed with regards to taking notes […]
In this blog, career recruitment expert Richard McMunn guides you through how to join the Parachute Regiment, including the selection process, Para training, P Company and also tips for passing the British Army interview.
As part of the Royal Navy selection process, both for Royal Navy Ratings and Officers, you will be asked a series of interview questions that assess what you know about Royal Navy ships, weaponry and aircraft.
Joining the British Army is no easy feat. Whether you’re a British National, Dual-National, or Commonwealth citizen, roles within the British Army are incredibly competitive. Therefore, you need to be at the top of your game if you’re to succeed.
Looking to join the Royal Navy as a Foreigner or Commonwealth citizen? Read on to find out what you need to do to join! Since November 2018, the British Armed forces has opened its doors to foreign nationals and Commonwealth citizens. While Commonwealth citizens were previously legible to join the Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, […]
Do you want to join the Royal Air Force as a Commonwealth citizen? Check out this guide to joining the RAF is you’re from a Commonwealth country. As of November 2018, the British Armed Forces have increased the number of Commonwealth citizens that they will accept. This number will increase to 1,350 Commonwealth recruits per […]
One of the toughest stages of the Army Officer Selection Board (ASOB), is the planning exercises. This planning exercise is also used during the RAF Officer Selection process, and during the Navy Officer Admiralty Interview Board. In order to pass the ASOB planning exercise, you will need to demonstrate your team work skills, your logical thinking ability, and your ability with numbers.
Working as a Royal Navy Officer is one of the most rewarding and respected careers within the British Armed Forces. However, as you might expect, it’s a pretty tough job to get! You’ll have to pass a tough royal navy recruitment test, plus physical exercises, and extra assessments. One of these exercises is the Admiralty […]