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Clearance Level Tests Restructure

 

Afternoon all,

Myself and @Nemo have been busy fabricating a new clearance level examination format that is more effective than our previous system. The most notable change with this restructure is the introduction of a Practical examination component. These practical exams will come after a 20 minute clearance level test that contains more generalised and heavily targeted questions of which focus on the core aspects of their duties as an NCO or Junior Officer.

 

These examinations will require some degree of study/lessons from CO and each component will consist of the following topics:

  • CL2 Theory: Recruit Training, Identification of Hostile and Friendly Items, Communication, DEFCONs.
  • CL2 Practical: Formations, Faces, Marching, Firing Range, Patience Tests, Climb Swep, Scenarios, Pop Trivia Questions
  • CL3 Theory: General Knowledge, Leadership, Management, Conduct
  • CL3 Practical: Orto Plutonia Squad and Fireteam Leadership

 

Recruit Training Quotas will also be more heavily enforced for all branches with the Clearance Level tests. With a major change being everyone must train at least one recruit to pass the CL2 examination, regardless of branch. If you are in Army at the time of sitting to CL3 examination you are required to train a minimum of 5 recruits, however this does not apply to any Navy or COMPNOR Personnel.

 

Another crucial change will be how Clearance Level Examination are run. Instead of running them on demand, there will be set times detailed in the strict fortnightly schedule as seen below. However, anyone with a disability or mental condition that makes a significantly hinders their ability to write down answers to the theory portion of any examination will have the option to do a one-on-one test and be given extra assistance and or time. This now makes the preliminary form compulsory and rigorously enforced. If the form is not filled out prior to one of the predetermined testing times, you will be rejected from joining in on an exam if they have not been filled out.

 

 

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Effective Immediately all Clearance Level Tests are suspended until Saturday 28/03 4:00PM AEST

If you have any questions regarding this change, questions should be directed to me or a member of secretarial command.

TL;DR - new clearance level tests, practical component introduced after the test (formations, faces, etc.), everyone must now train atleast one recruit to pass their CL2 examination (no branch exceptions), instead of being run on demand, cl tests will be run at pre-determined times as seen in the table above.

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1 minute ago, Bailey said:

Looks interesting, has this all been taken through Management?

Indeed.

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I am guessing navy would have to do the same thing? But i don't know about the fireteam lead thing would work for navy. we don't do combat that much, most of navy sit on the on the bridge and do rp.

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Just now, Stuba said:

I am guessing navy would have to do the same thing? But i don't know about the fireteam lead thing would work for navy. we don't do combat that much, most of navy sit on the on the bridge and do rp.

We're still working through the process of ironing out some thinks. Most likely what will happen is CL3 practicals for Navy and COMPNOR will be lead by respective CL4+ officers with independent evaluation from Regional Government personnel who are experienced in that field, to prevent any potential bias.

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Have the tests and practical been formulated in conjunction with IHC and currently serving CO's and officers, or just by gov personell?

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1 hour ago, Guest Anon said:

Have the tests and practical been formulated in conjunction with IHC and currently serving CO's and officers, or just by gov personell?

The practical has been shown to IHC, with no issues.

The marking criteria is loosely based off the old st training format.

The practical tests were created by a member of Government who's clerical assignment was writing tryout reviews.

Input has been given from past CO's and Officers serving within Government.

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