Canadian Navy Training
If you’ve thought about joining the Canadian Armed Forces but don’t like the being on the ground or in the air, then why not consider the Canadian Navy as a career path. Canada is one of the leading maritime nations on earth and has one of the best navies in the world with many years of sailing experience. Canada’s navy tirelessly safeguards our maritime approaches, protecting offshore resourcesand actively taking part in global security.
The Navy currently consists of 9,000 regular sailors, 5,500 reserves and approximately 6,000 civilian personnel. As withany large and complex organization, people are their greatest asset. You can become a part of this tightly knit adventurous team of professionals and travel the worlds seas. Comprising ‘formations’ of destroyers, frigates, submarines, supply ships, coastal defence and many more auxillary vessels you are certain to find a home with us.
These ‘formations’, known as the Maritime Forces Atlantic and Pacific, control training, fleet maintenance and deployment readiness in times of domestic or international requirements. The Navys’ operational area is roughly between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, and it participates in joint Canada/U.S. and NATO exercises.
The Canadian Navy has multiple career paths:
Operators with computer skills, Divers, Technicians andBoarding Parties who board and search suspect vessels, to name a few, there are many, many more.
It’s time to stop thinking about joining this or that and make the decision now! In the Navy you will travel the world in modern ships with cutting edge technology under your feet, an enviable history behind you and the distant horizon beckoning. Sign up at CFAT Training and start your career now!
CFATtraining.ca is not affiliated with the Government of Canada, the Canadian Armed Forces, the Canadian Forces the Department of National Defence or the Canadian Forces Aptitude Test. CFATtraining.ca cannot guarantee admission to the Canadian Armed Forces.