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bubb2709
26-10-2012, 10:45
hi

I am going through the application process for a regiment officer, can anyone tell me if the OASC comes before the PROC or the other way round?

Weebl
26-10-2012, 10:53
hi

I am going through the application process for a regiment officer, can anyone tell me if the OASC comes before the PROC or the other way round?

2 minutes on Google shows PROC first, OASC second. Another minute shows that this is a desirable and not a definite.

So probably PROC, but if the dates work out right/wrong then you could end up on OASC first.

HTH :)

bubb2709
26-10-2012, 11:02
I did check Google but as you say it can be either way round, just wondered if anyone could tell me which way round is more likely.

Weebl
26-10-2012, 11:11
From the RAF College Cranwell FAQ Page (http://www.raf.mod.uk/rafcollegecranwell/selection/faqs.cfm).

I am applying for RAF Regiment Officer and have been told that I have to undertake the Potential Regiment Officers Course (PROC). What do I need to know?

What is the PROC?

The purpose of the PROC is to assess whether you have the motivation for the RAF Regiment and the potential for training on the Junior Regiment Officers’ Course (JROC). It will also allow you to have a closer look at the Regiment and decide if it is a suitable career path for you. A positive recommendation from the PROC is an essential pre-requisite for anyone seeking selection for a commission in the RAF Regiment.

If the RAF Regiment is your primary branch choice and you pass your filter interview, the AFCO will arrange a date for you to attend a PROC at RAF Honington. In most cases this will be prior to your visit to OASC.