Looks like London will be hiring soon due to the recent update to the citys web page. They are asking that if you are thinking of going through the hiring process know is the time to get your VPS (vulnerable sector screening) done due to the time needed to obtain the VPS.
Just a heads up.
It seems that lately the RCMP, the agency who performs the Vulnerable Sector Screening, is requiring a set of finger prints to ensure the accuracy of the background check.
I had it done for a different recruitment. Booking the appointment and getting the prints done added about 2-3 weeks to the process.
"UncleEd" wrote:Hopefully pre service is still a requirement, that way they will never get any real world experience!
pre servie equeals no life experience? funny guy.
f.y.i. not all pre service grads are 20 year olds.
i graduated from pre service in 2009. im now 44, have a family, haved owned my own sucessful business for 14 years, hold 3 trade licences, have a wife and family, my kids range in age from 4 to 20. i have 10 years experience in emergency response, i have seen my share of hard times along with lots of good.
pre service was a great experience even though it was not easy (4 years) of nights and weekends!
uncle ed please enlighten me and the many others, who took the time and made the effort to complete the pre service program, not to mention the expense ----- where can we get this real life experience you speak of?
or is it that you are jealous that you have not been able to take a similar program even while working full time at walmart and living in your parents basement.
but please feel free to express your views on the value of the preservice program
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