It takes around 6-7 months from start to finish it's all straight forward..
Answered - Intantry (Former Employee) - Chester, Cheshire
The interview process was challenging it began with just a formal chat about what I wanted out of the army and then after all the pre checks had been done I was sent on the army selection course which was 3 days, I passed through the course with a high B.
Answered - Recovery Mechanic (Current Employee) - Bridgend, Bridgend
Long and intestive
Answered - Electrician Driver (Former Employee) - Germany,UK,Afghan,Irq.
Long winded and pointless
Answered - Rifleman (Former Employee) - Northern Ireland
Intense, lots of tests and questions to ensure candidate is suitable.
Answered - Solider / Office Manager / Movements Co-ordinator (Former Employee) - UK
Answered - Private (Current Employee) - London, Greater London
Interview process has changed since I joined and since I worked in recruiting. unsure of the current process. but it does in physical and mental tests both singularly and as a team
Answered - Vehicle Mechanic (Former Employee) - Germany
The interview policy when joining the army is thorough and you attend three seperate interviews including a basic two day assesment including fitness and personality tests
Answered - Soldier (Current Employee) - Colchester
Nothing to complicated
Answered - Infantry Soldier (Former Employee) - Tidworth