ATTEND OUR 1-DAY ROYAL NAVY OFFICER TRAINING COURSE

This course is perfect for anyone who has aspirations of becoming a Royal Navy Officer or Royal Marines Officer. Whether you have yet to apply or you already have a date for your AIB, this course will prepare you fully for the challenges that face you.

If you are serious about joining the royal navy, this is a must-attend course.

ABOUT THE ROYAL NAVY OFFICER ADMIRALTY INTERVIEW BOARD

If you want to join the Royal Navy as an officer you will be required to undergo a series of assessments, tests and interviews, including the Admiralty Interview Board (AIB). The board itself consists of the following assessable elements:

THE BIOGRAPHICAL QUESTIONNAIRE AND FIRST EVENING

Before you arrive at the AIB you will be sent a questionnaire to complete. This helps the RN/RM make an initial assessment about you. Therefore, it is important that you complete the form as fully and accurately as possible. It is your chance to blow your own trumpet.

Fitness assessment: the fitness assessment at the AIB is the basic bleep test. Whilst this is not assessable it is essential that you put in a good performance. Candidates who do not perform to an adequate standard will leave the AIB.

THE FIRST FULL DAY OF THE ADMIRALTY INTERVIEW BOARD (DAY TWO)

The first full day will commence with the general testing element of the AIB. You will be required to sit the following:

  • A 20-minute verbal reasoning test designed to demonstrate your general reasoning and ability with words;
  • A 13-minute non-verbal reasoning test, again measuring your reasoning power, but this time without the emphasis on verbal skills;
  • A 25-minute numerical test covering numerical fluency, reasoning and statistics;
  • A 15-minute speed and accuracy test, measuring your concentration and mental agility;
  • A 15-minute spatial orientation test, involving directions, relative positions and movement.

“During the 1-day AIB course we will provide you with a selection of comprehensive documents to help you practice and prepare for the above day one assessments and tests.”

THE FINAL DAY OF ADMIRALTY INTERVIEW BOARD (DAY THREE)

Practical leadership task (PLT): you are required to work as part of a team in order to complete a set task. During the task, there will be obstacles to tackle and problems to solve. You will be assessed against your potential leadership skills, your levels of motivation and your team working abilities. A key tip during the practical leadership task is to make sure you put in plenty of urgency and demonstrate strength of character.

The AIB planning exercise: it could be argued that this is the toughest element of the Admiralty Interview Board. As part of the planning exercise, you are given a written brief of a specific scenario. You will have 15 minutes in which to study the brief. The AIB assessors will then introduce a problem into the scenario and you will have another 15 minutes in which to work as part of a team in order to solve it.

Once the 15 minutes are complete, each person in the group will be questioned in turn to examine their understanding of the situation, before you individually present your final solution to the problem. Before you attend the AIB make sure you become highly proficient in the use of speed, distance and time.

“During the 1-day Admiralty Interview Board course you will have the opportunity to try out the planning exercises in a group setting.

Competency-based interview: during the AIB at HMS Sultan you will undergo a 30-minute interview. You will be asked interview questions based on your experiences in life so far, the responsibilities you have taken on in your life and also details of where you have already been a leader and an organiser. They will also ask you what you want to achieve in life and assess your understanding of the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines and worldwide current affairs issues.

This exclusive 1-day training course, which is held in Kings Hill, Kent, will provide prospective candidates with guidance, training and tuition on what to expect at the Admiralty Interview Board and more importantly, how to pass it.

HOW THIS COURSE CAN HELP

The following areas are covered during the AIB course:

  • Detailed information on how you will be assessed and scored at the board.
  • Advice on how to prepare for the interview and the questions you will be asked.
  • Training from an expert selection board and assessment centre tutor.
  • Get to try out the different elements of the Admiralty Interview Board in a safe environment via group discussion with other armed services candidates.
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Check out the video of our customer testimonials for our Navy Officer AIB training course.

This course teaches the process of how to join the Royal Navy as a Navy Officer, and what they MUST be doing to PASS! With this in-depth course, you will be able to increase your chances of being successful during EVERY stage of the Royal Navy selection process, including the application form, the AIB, and the interviews!

What’s covered?

The 8-hour AIB Preparation Course covers:
  • Understanding the role of a Royal Navy Officer and advice on how to match the qualities during AIB.
  • How to prepare for the AIB including lots of sample test questions for you to take away and practice.
  • The assessable skills that you need to demonstrate during your time at the board.
  • Get to try out a group discussion interview in a safe environment including details of what you need to say during the competency-based interview.
  • You will try out a Practical Leadership Exercise and also get to work through a Planning Exercise with other similar students.

FURTHER ROYAL NAVY OFFICER COURSE DETAILS

THE COST OF THE COURSE

The total cost of the course is £97 plus vat.

Once you have paid for your course you will receive confirmation of your booking and further course details via email.

LOCATION OF THE COURSE

80 Churchill Square Business Centre, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent. ME19 4YU.

You will receive details of the training venue location in your booking confirmation letter.

FREE PARKING – There is ample FREE parking directly adjacent to the training course. You don’t have to pay a penny to park at our training venue.

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80 Churchill Square, Kings Hill, West Malling ME19 4YU

COURSE DURATION

The course will run from 9am until 5pm. Please note, all Sunday courses will commence at 9:30am. Access to the room will be available from 9:15am.

REFRESHMENTS

Teas/Coffees provided. There are shops located within a 10-minute walk of the training venue, or you can bring your own lunch if you prefer.

ACCOMMODATION

Details of the most cost-effective hotels nearest to the training venue will be supplied in your booking confirmation letter.

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If your question is not answered then please feel free to contact us at info@how2become.com and we will be more than pleased to help you.

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