As expected from a Warrant Officers Qualifying Course the discussions have been lively and the opinions strong, however, the sharing of the broad range of knowledge and differing experience within the course has been of huge benefit.

Lieutenant Paul Proctor

The Course Manager who steered the graduates through their course, Lieutenant Paul “Tats” Proctor RN, said, “It’s been great fun to manage such a senior course.

"As expected from a Warrant Officers Qualifying Course the discussions have been lively and the opinions strong, however, the sharing of the broad range of knowledge and differing experience within the course has been of huge benefit.

"The aim is to arm all those who are selected for the WOQC with the tools to undertake assignments both at sea and ashore whilst ensuring we allow enough time for discussion and reflective learning.

"As well as working towards successful completion of WOQC, I am really pleased with the extra work that they have undertaken which has been rewarded with a Level 7 Professional Recognition Award in the shape of the Membership of the City and Guilds Institute (MCGI).”

Photo courtesy of Keith Woodland, Crown Copyright.

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