If you are applying for a position as an Officer in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) then you will eventually be required to sit an Officer Selection Board (OSB).

This is the final stage in the recruitment process and is ultimately where the ADF make their final decision as to whether they want to recommend you for the position or not. The ADF Officer Selection Board comprises of a number of Group activities that culminates in your Officer interview, where you are interviewed by three ADF Officers (one from each service) and a Psychologist. The Pilot’s Officer Selection Board is completed in Tamworth at the end of Flight Screening.

As with the ADF aptitude tests, the key to doing well in the Officer Selection Board is practice. You must have comprehensive knowledge about the role that you are applying for and be able to express all of the qualities they require you to have as an Officer.

This is where we come in; with the right guidance and training we teach you exactly what you need to do to be recommended. First you will learn the qualities that the Officer board is looking for through our E-book (we have one that is specific to Pilots and one that is tailored for all other Officer candidates) and second you will complete the Officer Selection Board Preparation Course. This is an extremely in depth course that coaches you in a face to face environment so you can answer confidently under the pressure of the Officer Selection Board and present all of the qualities they want to see.

So far 100% of the clients that have completed our Officer Selection Board Preparation Course have been recommended. Join them in this statistic and give yourself the best chance of fulfilling your dream career.