2021/2022 GAF Recruitment Screening Dates & Centres – [Army, Navy & Air Force]

Ghana Armed Forces, GAF Recruitment Screening Schedule: See Dates and Centres for the 2021/2022 Ghana Armed Forces recruitment/enlistment screening exercise.

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Ghana Army Forces, GAF (Army, Navy or Airforce)

This is to inform all shortlisted applicants/candidates that applied for the 2021/2022 Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) Recruitment/Enlistment exercise into the Ghanaian Army, Navy or Air Force, that the authorities have scheduled the dates and centres for the screening of applicants.

Ghana Armed Forces, GAF Screening Process; The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) has said all qualified recruits are reminded that the regional screening of shortlisted applicants will be conducted at all ten (10) regional centres from Monday 24th to Friday 28th July 2021 .

A statement signed and issued by Colonel E. Aggrey-Quashie, Director of Public Affairs of the Ghana Armed Forces on Thursday said all qualified applicants are to report to their respective selected screening centres with their Application Summary Report and Original Copies of Birth and Educational Certificates to continue with the 2021/2022 Other Ranks Recruitment Exercise on Monday 24th July 2021 at 7:30 a.m.

It said the Applicants’ screening centres are indicated on the Application Summary Report and that all qualified applicants who are yet to receive SMS messages inviting them for the screening are urged to take note of the date and report to their respective selected screening centres for mentioned exercise.

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GAF Recruitment Screening Process 2021

THE GHANA ARMED FORCES SCREENING PROCESS

After the initial application online, qualified candidate’s receive a text message indicating viability to continue with the rest of the process, the following stages follow:

GAF Recruitment Screening Documentation

Successful applicants are invited to a central point on a particular day by a mass text message to present all relevant personal and academic certificates. These are subjected to physical inspection to verify authenticity and correlation to initial data entered while applying.  Applicants should note that; any form of falsehood detected in credentials presented, shall be treated with all manner of punitive measures.

GAF Recruitment Screening Body Selection

Candidates who make it through documentation are further invited for a full body inspection on a communicated date to ascertain the desired figure and physique per the Ghana Armed Forces standards. Key inspections are made to ensure absence of tattoos and flat foot, excessive body building, double ear pierces for females and exposed varicose veins, amongst others.

GAF Recruitment Screening Aptitude Test

Candidates at this level, are tested on very basic but tactful sets of questions in an exam environment. This is to test the   mental prowess and logical reasoning of the candidate and how to deal with basic everyday problems within a given time.

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GAF Recruitment Screening Outdoor Leaderless Test (OLT)

Successful candidates who make it to this stage are grouped into syndicates of 10, with the aim of testing their convincing levels to appeal for support as a team player, conceiving valid thoughts to solve a team problem with agility and speed. Syndicates are scored on how well they perform the given task as a team. OLT involves some amount of physical work and candidates must train on their own to attain an appreciable level of fitness.

GAF Recruitment Screening Medical Examination 

Candidates at this stage go through an intense medical screening at the 37 Military Hospital at a fee. Every part of the body of the candidate is examined for total fitness per Ghana Armed Forces standard. Results of the medical examination determine whether a candidate makes it to the final stage or not.

GAF Recruitment Screening Interview

This is the final stage of the Screening process and here candidates meet a panel of Senior Military Officers who probe the candidate with questions in an effort to identify whether the candidate is satisfactory and well prepared for the Ghana Military Academy. The Potential Cadet is quizzed on economic, social, political and ethical areas related to the selected Arm of service. The candidate must exhibit maximum confidence at this stage and be very meticulous in his/her vocal submissions to the panel.

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Candidates (Potential Cadets) who go through all these stages successfully will be informed after the final selection has been made and will receive the Joining Instructions as well as the reporting date to the Ghana Military Academy.

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