The Development Programme in SA Airforce Millitary
For South African citizens who are interested in the military, register yourself on development programs in SA Airforce Millatry. It will be the right choice to improve your military capabilities. you still have a chance a few weeks to prepare all the requirements for the closing date for this program is on 28 February 2015. The program is named Military Skills Development System (MSDS). It is intended only for the young South African with two-year period of training. This is a voluntary service program of government department to improve the country’s national security. For successful applicants, you will undergo the first year in the Training Unit. You will complete the Basic Military Training that will continue in the second year.
The main requirement to join in the SA Airforce Millitary is that you are the citizens of South African. In addition, the applicants must not be more than 22 years old and have completed grade 12. The age range that is allowed to participate in this program is 18-22 years old. It is preferred for those who are single and do not have any criminal record. Furthermore, you must pass the health test requirements. You will be trained to public services by implementing the Functional Training that has been provided by the department. Moreover, you will also undergo the Psychometric Test and verification of your qualifications.
Furthermore, the basic training will include education combat troops engaged in the land area. These opportunities also opened wide for scholars and diploma with a maximum age of 25 years. You must include a copy of an official certificate from your educational institution along with complete Curriculum Vitae. Download the south african military skill development aplication form and the please send your application to the SA Army HQ at Private Bag X 981, Pretoria, 0001. For more information you can get it in www.dod.mil.za or www.army.mil.za. The confirmation of the selection results will be announced by the SA Airforce Millitary Department on 31 October 2015.