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Old 14-08-2014, 06:18 PM   #2641
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its in this link.
I have tried to shared by creating a thread.
Enhancements to NS IPPT Management & Training System - News - ns.sg

Your RT will be extended to Sep 2015. 1 year plus to clear the 12 remaining RT. or of course, u can try to book IPPT and pass your IPPT which is also until Sep 2015.
Safe to say ns.sg not updated ?

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Old 15-08-2014, 10:36 AM   #2642
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From 1 Sep 2014 onwards, If i take IPT and after the 10 sessions, i still can't meet the PPT, do i still need to go for the additional 8 RT sessions? Pretty confused here...
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Old 15-08-2014, 10:44 AM   #2643
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From 1 Sep 2014 onwards, If i take IPT and after the 10 sessions, i still can't meet the PPT, do i still need to go for the additional 8 RT sessions? Pretty confused here...
There is no change to the IPT system. So yes, still have to go for RT.
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Old 15-08-2014, 10:51 AM   #2644
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There is no change to the IPT system. So yes, still have to go for RT.
I see..

But from the FAQ extracted on ns.sg link, it stated that once completed the 10 IPT sessions is consider as clearing the requirement, so was confused..

"With effect from 1 Sep 2014, NSmen will be given 12 months to attempt and pass their IPPT. Alternatively, NSmen that require help can volunteer for a 10-session IPPT Preparatory Training (IPT). NSmen who pass their IPPT or complete IPT will proceed to either IPPT or IPT in their next 12-month birthday window. NSmen who fail or default IPPT or IPT will be subject to Remedial Training (RT). They will be required to complete their RT programme within their subsequent 12-month birthday windows. NSmen who volunteer for IPT will be considered to have met their IPPT requirement for the year if they (1) meet their Personal Performance Targets (PPT) at any point in the programme; or (2) complete 10 sessions of IPT within their birthday window. NSmen on IPT are advised to attend training at least once a week continuously for 10 sessions to obtain the benefits of the training regime."
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Old 15-08-2014, 11:09 AM   #2645
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I see..

But from the FAQ extracted on ns.sg link, it stated that once completed the 10 IPT sessions is consider as clearing the requirement, so was confused..
Then I suggest you call the FCC to double confirm.
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Old 15-08-2014, 01:15 PM   #2646
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I forgot to cancel my IPT session tml and now too late already.

What will happen if I didn't go ah?
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Old 15-08-2014, 02:16 PM   #2647
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I forgot to cancel my IPT session tml and now too late already.

What will happen if I didn't go ah?
Nothing will happen. Rebook another session as makeup.
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Old 15-08-2014, 03:15 PM   #2648
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Nothing will happen. Rebook another session as makeup.
Thanks for the reply. I heard if this happens too many times some punishment will happen?

This is my first time I will not be going to a session I booked, but just curious to know.
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Old 15-08-2014, 04:58 PM   #2649
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I see..

But from the FAQ extracted on ns.sg link, it stated that once completed the 10 IPT sessions is consider as clearing the requirement, so was confused..

"With effect from 1 Sep 2014, NSmen will be given 12 months to attempt and pass their IPPT. Alternatively, NSmen that require help can volunteer for a 10-session IPPT Preparatory Training (IPT). NSmen who pass their IPPT or complete IPT will proceed to either IPPT or IPT in their next 12-month birthday window. NSmen who fail or default IPPT or IPT will be subject to Remedial Training (RT). They will be required to complete their RT programme within their subsequent 12-month birthday windows. NSmen who volunteer for IPT will be considered to have met their IPPT requirement for the year if they (1) meet their Personal Performance Targets (PPT) at any point in the programme; or (2) complete 10 sessions of IPT within their birthday window. NSmen on IPT are advised to attend training at least once a week continuously for 10 sessions to obtain the benefits of the training regime."

can i get the link to this text coz i wana to see it myself. i am supposed to start RT tomorrow but I already completed 10 sessions IPT in March and failed. Duno if I still need to do RT now if like this.
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Old 15-08-2014, 07:58 PM   #2650
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Thanks for the reply. I heard if this happens too many times some punishment will happen?

This is my first time I will not be going to a session I booked, but just curious to know.
No lah. It's only for non-ict ippt. If you default 3 times, then will bar u from booking another test.

For IPT/RT, as long as you attend all required sessions, u are ok.
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Old 16-08-2014, 02:34 AM   #2651
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Hi guys,

wanna ask quick question..

for maju ippt, the timing says 1700 hours.

Is it ok to reach there around 1730-1745?
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Old 16-08-2014, 11:28 AM   #2652
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Hi guys,

wanna ask quick question..

for maju ippt, the timing says 1700 hours.

Is it ok to reach there around 1730-1745?
Don't think so. I'm a Maju Camp regular and they close their in-processing counter at 1730.
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Old 16-08-2014, 11:59 AM   #2653
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My RT Window has begun, and thanks to the new system, I have until Aug 2015 to clear 20 sessions.

I've read that passing IPPT during your RT period instantly relieves you from RT.

So can I skip all the RT sessions, take the new IPPT at 1 Apr 2015, and its considered clocked for my this year window ?
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My RT Window has begun, and thanks to the new system, I have until Aug 2015 to clear 20 sessions.

I've read that passing IPPT during your RT period instantly relieves you from RT.

So can I skip all the RT sessions, take the new IPPT at 1 Apr 2015, and its considered clocked for my this year window ?
if i am not wrong, u fail under this window, u have to do the old IPPT till u pass or clear 20 RT then can be released

Unless u fail under the new window, then u do the new ippt
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Old 16-08-2014, 01:29 PM   #2655
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The new 12 months IPT and 12 months RT system already kicked in?

That means the new IPT/RT cycle is now 2 years (1 year + 1 year) instead of 1 year (9 months + 3 months)?
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