RAF OFFICER OASC - How to pass the RAF Officer Aircrew and Selection Centre by Richard McMunn

 

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For any candidate who is applying to join the RAF as an Officer it can be a very tense and nerve-wracking time. However, if you follow the tips and advice provided on the page and within the video, your chances of success will increase greatly. You can also learn how to pass the RAF Officer OASC by obtaining a copy of my new workbook on Amazon below:

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COMPETENCIES REQUIRED FOR SUCCESS DURING RAF OFFICER INITIAL OFFICER TRAINING

 

Interpersonal Competencies

Communication - Communicates accurately and effectively, orally and in writing.
Teamwork - Works willingly with others to achieve common goals.
Influence - Persuades others to follow a certain course of action.

 

Problem Solving Competencies

Appreciation - Comprehends, identifies, extracts and assimilates information from a range of sources, quickly and accurately.
Reasoning - Thinks logically, practically and coherently to produce a successful or reasonable solution, quickly and accurately.
Organisation - Determines priorities and allocates resources effectively and efficiently to a task(s).
Capacity - Holds and processes multiple inputs whilst maintaining task performance.

Character Competencies

Decisiveness - Makes sound appropriate decisions within time-scale demanded by the situation.
Self-motivation - Demonstrates a high level of commitment and interest to tasks.
Self-analysis - Monitors and objectively analyses own performance
Integrity - Behaviour is guided by principles, morals and ethics appropriate to service life. Adheres to rules and regulations specific to RAF.

Now that we understand the competencies that are required to pass Initial Officer Training, we can explore the assessable qualities required in order to successfully pass Part 2 of the Officer and Aircrew Selection Centre (OASC).

THE COMPETENCIES ASSESSED DURING RAF OCCICER OASC STAGE 2

 

Competency Descriptors

Oral Communication - Delivery; effectiveness/understanding; listening.
Teamwork - Working with others; treatment of others; effort.
Influence - Impact on others; directing; persuasiveness.
Problem Solving - Judgment/reasoning; flexibility; comprehension; capacity; decisiveness.
Confidence and Resilience - Self assurance; composure; perseverance; assertion.

The RAF use what is known as a 'Behavioural Anchored Rating Scale' (BARS), which allows the assessors to rate a candidate's performance on a scale linked to clearly defined observable behaviours.

An example of a BAR is as follows:

ORAL COMMUNICATION

Standard - Grade 4 (Good)
Delivery - Forceful projection, clear delivery.
Effectiveness / Understanding - Concise, succinct, articulate, lucid, easily understood, uses language/style appropriate to audience.

LISTENING
Listening to others' views attentively, asks patient questions to clarify.

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