Thanks. I made a call to the recruitment thing and was told the reason why. Apparently its normal. My resume was very good but i am quite new in town and my fitness level wasnt close to how it should be. Given a deferral to improve on it. Stage 3Slovak4188 wrote: ↑Fri Apr 03, 2020 1:56 pmYa, improve your resume and reapply if this is actually what you want to do.
You may have better fortunes next time, or you may get deferred again.
What stage did you make it to?
You are very correct. Fitness needs improvement as well as am new in canada and so need to have another year work experience in country
Download 5k Runner APP and pay for it. When I first started, I got to Stage 4 - but it was a practice PREP Session. It took me a month of proper dieting and conditioning to pass Stage 7. I was in good shape, just had unnecessary body fat. Now I'm working towards Stage 9. You need to start SLOWLY. You are activating your cardiovascular system. You need to lose weight in order to run further and faster. Your body is going to tell you to stop. You need to push until f**king boogers are dripping out of your nose. Treadmills are great to get your heart rate up and adapt to prolonged activity. It also contributes significantly in lowering your body fat but you need to combine it with outdoor running. Do lower body workouts as well twice a week. Stop eating crap - now.kody102 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 08, 2020 5:28 pmYou are very correct. Fitness needs improvement as well as am new in canada and so need to have another year work experience in country
Whether you are successful or not in the process. You are so much healthier which is priceless. Good luck.
app: Dec 4 2019
SP: Dec16 2019
QA review: Dec 23 2019
PBQ: Feb 10/20
Suitability: Feb 26/20
PEP: Recom May 1/20
Many Municipal apps: On-Going
I’m currently a UK citizen that is looking to relocate to Canada in the next year and a half through Permanent Resident status. I’ve been thinking of changing career and wish to apply for the Edmonton Police Service.
I’m aware I will not be able to apply until I land in Canada and have swapped my UK documents for Alberta ones. However, I just wanted to gauge what impact having no Canadian experience prior to applying is likely to have - will deferral be most likely given?
I have a legal background having studied law in the United Kingdom, but I went in to a finance role after University. Is having prior knowledge of an alternative legal system likely to impact or be perceived as different as recruiting may prefer applicants to have a ‘blank canvas’?
Thanks for any help.