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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by mvwrobot » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:28 am

I'm also waiting for second interview. Started the process in october 2017 and my language test mid july 2018 and nothing since then.

I have a feeling they don't have training happening now
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by Braun » Thu Mar 14, 2019 6:21 pm

mvwrobot wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:28 am
I'm also waiting for second interview. Started the process in october 2017 and my language test mid july 2018 and nothing since then.

I have a feeling they don't have training happening now
I don’t want to discourage you but have a lot of training right now. Might be good to give a call and get a update.
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by Doudline » Sat May 11, 2019 11:52 am

I was invited to an onsite assessment session on the 23rd of May; I wrote the online test in mid-January. (J'ai été invité à une séance d'évaluation en personne le 23 mai prochain; mon test en ligne était à la mi-janvier.)

Excited yet quite anxious!
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by rodzilla » Mon May 13, 2019 10:30 am

Doudline wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 11:52 am
I was invited to an onsite assessment session on the 23rd of May; I wrote the online test in mid-January. (J'ai été invité à une séance d'évaluation en personne le 23 mai prochain; mon test en ligne était à la mi-janvier.)

Excited yet quite anxious!
Hi Doudline,

Good job for your assessment, i'm still waiting for my 2nd assessment tryout since November 2018, havent had news yet since the online test.

hope the best for you ! :goodman:
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by Doudline » Mon May 27, 2019 7:34 am

rodzilla wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 10:30 am
Doudline wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 11:52 am
I was invited to an onsite assessment session on the 23rd of May; I wrote the online test in mid-January. (J'ai été invité à une séance d'évaluation en personne le 23 mai prochain; mon test en ligne était à la mi-janvier.)

Excited yet quite anxious!
Hi Doudline,

Good job for your assessment, i'm still waiting for my 2nd assessment tryout since November 2018, havent had news yet since the online test.

hope the best for you ! :goodman:
Hello Rodzilla,

Thank you for your kind words! I wish you good luck in this process too, do not lose hope. :goodman:

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The onsite test went well (it was the old paper test with the w-sim, not FEAST), except the verbal portion which was every bit as hellish as everyone had reported! I only answered seven questions out of 20 something. :rolleyes:

I believe I passed, as Johanne said our status would either go back to "assessment" or become "DNMF" within 24-48h (mine says assessment).

She also told us that the process has changed: no more phone interview with NAV -- those selected are instead put into contact with a language school to test their secondary language (French or English), and if they succeed are invited to an onsite interview.

Apparently, a FSS training session starts next November and an IFR training session next January.
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by rodzilla » Mon May 27, 2019 9:08 am

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She also told us that the process has changed: no more phone interview with NAV -- those selected are instead put into contact with a language school to test their secondary language (French or English), and if they succeed are invited to an onsite interview.

Apparently, a FSS training session starts next November and an IFR training session next January.
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That process look less tedious as the the one previously, I guess they are asking the questions which were on the phone interview in person instead to see the reactions and the thought processs instead of just having a audio feedback on those answers.

good luck to you for the rest !.
-Nick
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by mvwrobot » Tue May 28, 2019 8:08 am

Doudline wrote:
Mon May 27, 2019 7:34 am
rodzilla wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 10:30 am
Doudline wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 11:52 am
I was invited to an onsite assessment session on the 23rd of May; I wrote the online test in mid-January. (J'ai été invité à une séance d'évaluation en personne le 23 mai prochain; mon test en ligne était à la mi-janvier.)

Excited yet quite anxious!
Hi Doudline,

Good job for your assessment, i'm still waiting for my 2nd assessment tryout since November 2018, havent had news yet since the online test.

hope the best for you ! :goodman:
Hello Rodzilla,

Thank you for your kind words! I wish you good luck in this process too, do not lose hope. :goodman:

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The onsite test went well (it was the old paper test with the w-sim, not FEAST), except the verbal portion which was every bit as hellish as everyone had reported! I only answered seven questions out of 20 something. :rolleyes:

I believe I passed, as Johanne said our status would either go back to "assessment" or become "DNMF" within 24-48h (mine says assessment).

She also told us that the process has changed: no more phone interview with NAV -- those selected are instead put into contact with a language school to test their secondary language (French or English), and if they succeed are invited to an onsite interview.

Apparently, a FSS training session starts next November and an IFR training session next January.
Do you happen to know when would they do the interview and training position offers with those planned sessions?
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by mvwrobot » Tue May 28, 2019 8:08 am

Doudline wrote:
Mon May 27, 2019 7:34 am
rodzilla wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 10:30 am
Doudline wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 11:52 am
I was invited to an onsite assessment session on the 23rd of May; I wrote the online test in mid-January. (J'ai été invité à une séance d'évaluation en personne le 23 mai prochain; mon test en ligne était à la mi-janvier.)

Excited yet quite anxious!
Hi Doudline,

Good job for your assessment, i'm still waiting for my 2nd assessment tryout since November 2018, havent had news yet since the online test.

hope the best for you ! :goodman:
Hello Rodzilla,

Thank you for your kind words! I wish you good luck in this process too, do not lose hope. :goodman:

--------------------------

The onsite test went well (it was the old paper test with the w-sim, not FEAST), except the verbal portion which was every bit as hellish as everyone had reported! I only answered seven questions out of 20 something. :rolleyes:

I believe I passed, as Johanne said our status would either go back to "assessment" or become "DNMF" within 24-48h (mine says assessment).

She also told us that the process has changed: no more phone interview with NAV -- those selected are instead put into contact with a language school to test their secondary language (French or English), and if they succeed are invited to an onsite interview.

Apparently, a FSS training session starts next November and an IFR training session next January.
Do you happen to know when would they do the interview and training position offers with those planned sessions?
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by Doudline » Tue May 28, 2019 5:17 pm

mvwrobot wrote:
Tue May 28, 2019 8:08 am
Do you happen to know when would they do the interview and training position offers with those planned sessions?
AFAIR we weren't told specific interviews/offers dates, but Johanne said that we -those who were assessed on the 23rd- would be eligible for the November training session; therefore, considering that Nav likes to make offers a few months in advance, I assume that there will be a round of interviews before the end of the summer shortly followed by offers. Offers for the January session might be sent at a later date though, idk.

And for what it's worth, she also stated that there could be another onsite assessment session in August (depending on the scores obtained on the 23rd).
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by AnthonyM » Thu Jun 06, 2019 9:08 am

Hi Doudline,
I was in Montreal on the 23rd too, still haven't receive any news.
My status on Carrers is still at "assessment" and "Step Completed".

Could you please let me know when your status changes?
Thanks
A.
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by Doudline » Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:52 pm

AnthonyM wrote:
Thu Jun 06, 2019 9:08 am
Hi Doudline,
I was in Montreal on the 23rd too, still haven't receive any news.
My status on Carrers is still at "assessment" and "Step Completed".

Could you please let me know when your status changes?
Thanks
A.
Hello Anthony,

My status says the same thing, but I received an email today (Thursday) from Johanne saying a language school would contact me in the days to come to test my English.

Check your emails, maybe you missed it!

Take care.
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by AnthonyM » Fri Jun 07, 2019 5:15 am

Hi Doudline,
Same here, I received the e-mail in the afternoon :)
Good luck for the rest.
We keep in touch.

A.
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by AnthonyM » Thu Jun 13, 2019 4:56 am

Hi,
For your information, I was at the Montreal assessment on May 23rd, and I got my english assessment over the phone yesterday (June 12th).
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by Kyrma » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:37 am

Is there any way to find out when my application expires? Should be soon- as per my calculations- but the new portal doesn’t indicate the date as clearly as the previous one. Had my phone interview & language assessment January 2018. Thanks!
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Re: NAV CANADA Quebec Region

Post by Doudline » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:12 pm

Kyrma wrote:
Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:37 am
Is there any way to find out when my application expires? Should be soon- as per my calculations- but the new portal doesn’t indicate the date as clearly as the previous one. Had my phone interview & language assessment January 2018. Thanks!
Hey Kyrma,

I was told 18 months from the moment I received my language assessment result.
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