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20th Jul 2011, 16:07
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OASC Bulletin 32

The OASC started to provide bulletins on PPRuNe just over a year ago; the aim was to provide prospective candidates, interested in an RAF career, with clear and accurate information about the OASC...
21st Jun 2011, 14:00
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OASC Bulletin 31

During this bulletin, we would like to cover the subject of Corneal Refractive Surgery for Aircrew. The submission is fairly heavy-going but it should serve to give you some guidance. As ever, if you...
8th Jun 2011, 13:04
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 30

In this submission we will cover the updated Pilot Aptitude Test Battery.

Following a recent comprehensive analysis of the mental thought processes that are an integral element of modern day...
26th May 2011, 12:56
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OASC Bulletin 29

OASC Statement - Pilot Bursaries

This OASC post aims to dispel the misinformation in earlier posts, from other contributors to this forum, about pilot bursars who expected to enter IOT in this...
8th Feb 2011, 09:04
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OASC Bulletin 28

In this submission we will outline a revision to the new selection process employed at the OASC.

In essence, the sequence of the selection process remains unchanged. However, due to the increase...
19th Jan 2011, 09:00
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OASC Bulletin 27

CHANGE IN ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY TO RAF IN APTITUDE RELATED BRANCHES AND AS OFFICERS.

The academic requirements for selection at OASC have recently been raised in 2 areas:

GCSE...
13th Jan 2011, 13:00
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OASC Bulletin 26

Potential Regiment Officers Course (PROC) - Part 2 of 2

How Do We Assess You on the PROC? (cont)

Group Presentations

The ability to communicate confidently is a key skill required by...
13th Jan 2011, 09:18
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Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 25

In the next 2 submissions we will cover details of the Potential Regiment Officers Course (PROC); success on the Course is a pre-requisite to be further considered for selection into the RAF Regiment...
28th Sep 2010, 14:44
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Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 24

In this bulletin, we would like to highlight the current policy regarding anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

The forces involved in rupturing an anterior cruciate ligament are such that...
27th Sep 2010, 13:22
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 23

In this bulletin, we would like to highlight the current policy regarding qualifications that are required for entry into the RAF as a commissioned officer, non-commissioned aircrew and...
17th Sep 2010, 09:17
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Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 22

In this bulletin, we would like to clear up a couple of issues that have been raised recently regarding medical, fitness and aptitude aspects of the selection process.

Medical

We see...
9th Sep 2010, 13:58
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 21

ASTHMA AND RAF SELECTION

There have been a considerable number of threads recently regarding the employment of Asthma sufferers within the Royal Air Force. This thread is intended to detail the...
26th Aug 2010, 07:11
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 20

During this submission, we would like to cover what we deem to be an essential pre-requisite before coming to the Officer and Aircrew Selection Centre (OASC) to apply for Weapons Systems Operator...
16th Aug 2010, 08:43
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 19

John had now completed all aspects of the OASC selection process but was still awaiting his final medical and security clearances. The next event was attendance at the Initial Officer Training (IOT)...
16th Jul 2010, 09:36
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Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 18

In the last bulletin, John had completed all aspects of the Selection Process at the OASC and was waiting for notification as to whether he had been successful or not. He also knew that he would need...
6th Jul 2010, 07:22
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 17

In the last bulletin, John had completed his Interview and returned to OASC Reception to wait for the next event. Then one of the Control Staff told him to go back to his accommodation to get changed...
28th Jun 2010, 08:45
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Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 16

In the last bulletin, John had completed his medical examination and was declared provisionally medically fit to serve as a pilot. However, he fully understood that he would still need to wait for...
10th Jun 2010, 16:28
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Views: 836,401
Posted By OASC

OASC Bulletin 15

In the last bulletin, John had just completed all of the aspects of the Exercise Phase of the OASC Selection Process. He had been told to go to the Candidates’ Mess for lunch and then to return to...
7th Jun 2010, 07:40
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Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 14

In the last bulletin, John had completed all of the dynamic exercises in the OASC Exercise Hangar. He now had one more exercise to undertake before the Exercise Phase of the Selection Process was...
25th May 2010, 15:58
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Views: 836,401
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OASC Bulletin 13

In the last bulletin, John had completed the first dynamic exercise of the OASC Selection Process: the Leaderless. This week, we pick up the scenario as the syndicate waits for one of its boarding...
18th May 2010, 14:18
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
Posted By OASC

OASC Newsflash

The OASC would like to take this opportunity to clarify its current policy regarding aptitude assessment. An individual applying for an aptitude related branch - FB(P), FB(WSO), WSOp, OSB(ABM),...
17th May 2010, 12:19
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Views: 836,401
Posted By OASC

OASC Bulletin 12

In the last bulletin, John had completed the first day of the Exercise Phase having undertaken the Discussion and the Group Planning exercises. Then, having had a good night’s sleep, he woke early...
4th May 2010, 09:25
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Views: 836,401
Posted By OASC

OASC Bulletin 11

Last week we saw that John had driven to RAF Cranwell, settled into his accommodation and met some of his fellow candidates. Having completed some more paperwork, he underwent the aptitude testing...
29th Apr 2010, 08:43
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
Posted By OASC

OASC Bulletin 10

Last week John completed the application process prior to attending the OASC. After filing his interest with the CIL, he attended an Officer P2 Presentation, followed by an interview. He subsequently...
19th Apr 2010, 09:40
Replies: 1,207
Views: 836,401
Posted By OASC

OASC Bulletin 9

Last week we introduced our fictitious character who was re-applying to the RAF for pilot after being unsuccessful 2 years previous. This week we will take him through the process to get to the OASC....
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