Contract Officer in the Navy (Frederikshavn)
|City||Student Scholarships||Category||Duration||Admission Requirements|
|Aalborg||Lønnet praktik||Danish Military Educations||1 year||Faglært|
|Student Scholarships||Lønnet praktik|
|Category||Danish Military Educations|
To become a contract officer in the Navy, you must already be in possession of a degree in either navigator or engineer. You can choose to be a contract officer in either tactic, technique or fishing. As tactical contract officer, your primary responsibilities will be the service as head of security. Here you are responsible for the ship's navigation and your special responsibility that could be deck area. A technical contract officer will primarily be responsible for the management of the engine crew and be responsible for maintenance and repair of ship's mechanical and electrical systems. Finally, there is the possibility of becoming fisheries officer, controlling fishing in the North Atlantic.
Training You will get a general military establishments education and training in leadership and management, Educational Science, English and political science. The program starts at the Navy Officers and NCO School and built upon at the Naval Officer School, where the focus will be on your training leader. At the Navy's Accident Investigation Course you will be trained as commander in fire fighting. At the special school is, if you have chosen technique, trained naval machinery and maintenance. Have you chosen tactics you will learn specific sømillitære skills - including through training in a simulator.
Sending You will be sent on an expedition in periods of 14 days to 3 months depending on the type of ship and tasks. Usually it will be on a patrol in the North Atlantic for 3 months, but you can as an employee of the Navy will also be deployed to international operations - also via the air force or the army. These operations typically lasts six months.
Contraction Officer in the Navy, leader.
Special admission requirements
2-day admission test with physical tests, written tests, personal assessment, autobiography, interviews and an assessment made by a commission.
Please see: Defence education website