Send TPS recruiting an email. Better yet. Give them a call. I’m sure they’ll let you know.toban13 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:20 pmHey guys, was just wondering if I could get some in sight on out of province applicants. I talked with OPP and Ottawa Police Service, both said they will do all the application stages in one week (pbq, interview, psych, etc, as long as your successful at each stage) then send you off. Does anyone know if TPS would do that as well?
Any answer on here is going to be hypothetical at best. Services are constantly changing procedures.
My guess is that they will likely accommodate out of province applicants somehow. But.. they very well may not.
I hope I can join the august class coming up....!
Application : February 22nd, 2019
Written LFI/PBQ : March 5th, 2019
LFI/ECI : April 17th, 2019
MMPI2/PF16 : June 1st, 2019
Psychologist Interview : June 10th, 2019
I was in your spot a few months ago man. Currently at OPC. Totally worth the stress!
PBQ/Written LFI: February 3rd, 2019
ECI/LFI: March 8th, 2019
MMPI: March 8th, 2019
Psych: March 29th, 2019
Offer: April 4th, 2019
I wish you all but the best, unfortunately, I won't be going to the upcoming class.
I did my Psychological Assessment June 14 and I got my "Letter" Friday 21, 2019.
I have to wait one year to be able to apply to TPS again.
Application: April 15th, 2019
PBQ/LFI: May 14th, 2019
ECI/LFI: May 23rd, 2019
MMPI-2: June 5th, 2019
Psychological Assessment: June 14th, 2019
Deferral Letter: June 21st, 2019
How do you want to represent yourself to recruiters? Your attitude, demeanor, and presentation are scrutinized at every stage of the process, including information sessions.
When I attended the information session, I went with my dad wearing "normal" clothing. Polo shirt and shorts. Nobody is going to care what you wear unless its something ridiculous or you have some inappropriate shirts or clothing. Just use common sense or dress like how you would go on a date lol. Aside from that, there were many who wore a suit and tie which was beyond ridiculous in my opinion.
Information session is literally what it states. Its a presentation for YOU. They want to give YOU information. Just shake the hands to whomever you speak to, make be afraid to make a joke. I'm contemplating of stapling a picture of my dog and Bob Ross on my application form.
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