No MMI mate.
She also informed us that over 10000 applications have been received during this campaign!
All routes for Carmarthen can be found here under the TfW subheading:
One of the most common questions asked on this forum is what do train crew at a particular depot sign. Given we have an excellent thread listing every depot for every TOC in the country, and we have staff representing most if not all TOCs as well, I've been attempting to collate a list of every...www.railforums.co.uk
Unsure about times so maybe someone else could answer.
Automatic “your application is still under review” emails every week...
blimey and they have to get through all those applications. Not an office job I fancy doing
Dude, you definitely have a negative view on every aspect of the recruitment process judging by your recent posts! As we are still in a Covid 19 bubble, some people still working from home, many out of work therefore likely even larger number of applicants etc etc, I’d say it may take a while to sift through a few applications! If you have applied, and you get regular updates via email regardless of content then I’d say firstly, be happy you are being sent emails as you know you are in the system, and secondly, just wait until they move forward with the applications! Mentioning your negative feelings on here isn’t gonna speed up the process. The process seems a long one at the best of times, never mind the current climate.Probably will be 2021 until anyone does a assessment for the July applications going by the pace they are working at.
Yeah most of that they already know thanks though! They didn’t really go into detail about money during the interview (which is understandable) It was purely just whether they do a training rate for qualified drivers like they do with new trainees or if they give you the full rate as training is only very short They start the start of November so thought I’d ask on here haha! Thank you for replyingDuring the interview stage all of the T&C's would be explained & ASLEFs website has some information. It's a 4 day week an averaged 35hr week, plus there's a commitment to work booked Sundays as overtime on a ratio that's depot specific. Which may change in the future if Sunday are part of the working week as planned by TFW.
If successful your mate would have to obviously learn traction & core routes, some time spent in the training centre then paired with an instructor. Is your mate is a pqa driver it gets a bit more complicated