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CIC recruiting process...the medical

mariomike

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Joshua2597 said:
In 2017 are there any

medical or physical fitness test or is just the same as before you just need to take part but not pass

BFT for CIC Officers
https://army.ca/forums/threads/102697.75.html
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CIC Physical Fitness Standards
https://army.ca/forums/threads/78996.0/nowap.html
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Hey all,

I hope that I have this in the right forum. If not... well I guess we'll cross that if it comes to it.  ;D

So, I am volunteering at my local army cadet corps, and am looking at taking the step to become an officer.
I once years ago tried to join the army, but the doctor wouldn't sign off due to a previous back injury. Since then there were some other medical issues that have come up. So I'd like to know the medical requirements to know if it is even worth trying to join, or if I should just continue as a volunteer.

I found this site: http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/about-policies-standards-medical-occupations/officer-ncm-minimum-medical-standards.page However I don't know what the V CV H G O A etc mean to know what I have to qualify for.

Any help/advice would be appreciated.

Jonathon
 

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JRouslton said:
Hey all,

I hope that I have this in the right forum. If not... well I guess we'll cross that if it comes to it.  ;D

So, I am volunteering at my local army cadet corps, and am looking at taking the step to become an officer.
I once years ago tried to join the army, but the doctor wouldn't sign off due to a previous back injury. Since then there were some other medical issues that have come up. So I'd like to know the medical requirements to know if it is even worth trying to join, or if I should just continue as a volunteer.

I found this site: http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/about-policies-standards-medical-occupations/officer-ncm-minimum-medical-standards.page However I don't know what the V CV H G O A etc mean to know what I have to qualify for.

Any help/advice would be appreciated.

Jonathon

V is Visual Acuity
CV is Colour Vision
H is Hearing
G is Geographical Factor
O is Occupational Factor
A is Air Factor
 
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