What we're up to:

Dec 12th - Movie Night

Jeans / Corps Shirt

Dec 19th - Holiday Dinner

C1 - Ceremonial Dress

 

2018 Army Cadet Video

https://youtu.be/bm-YqgTovTQ

 

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Sunday
Nov042012

Drill & Ceremonial Instructor Course

The aim of this six-week course is to develop a specialist with the skills and subject matter knowledge required to be an instructor for drill and ceremonial activities. The aim will be accomplished by further developing drill and ceremonial related specialist skills and knowledge that will allow them to perform the duties of a specialist instructor for ceremonial activities. By establishing a dynamic learning environment that exposes the cadets to a variety of drill and ceremonial opportunities, this course will prepare the cadets to assume a specialist parade position at the Corps and CSTCs.

Prerequisites: Must be medically and physically fit, have completed Silver Star training .

Training Centre: Blackdown (Borden, ON), or Valcartier QC

Sunday
Nov042012

Basic Fitness & Sports Course

The aim of this three-week course is to provide cadets with the fundamentals of fitness and recreational sports training, building upon what has been experienced at the Corps. This aim will be accomplished through the development of skills and the provision of ample opportunity for practical application. The course will promote the development of ethical sports conduct, sportsmanship and teamwork. By establishing a dynamic learning environment that exposes the cadets to a variety of fitness and recreational sports opportunities, this course will inspire the cadets to further pursue fitness and recreational sports training at the Corps and on the Fitness & Sports Instructor course. The cadets will be provided with the basic theoretical, technical, and practical skills required to assist in the delivery of the Corps fitness and recreational sports training program.

Prerequisites: Must be medically fit, have completed Red Star training, and be motivated to increase personal fitness.

Training Centres: Blackdown (Borden, ON), or Valcartier QC

Sunday
Nov042012

Fitness and Sports Instructor Course

The aim of this six-week course is to develop a specialist with the skills and subject matter knowledge required to perform the role of a fitness and sports instructor and a team leader for fitness and sports activities conducted at the Corps, during regionally directed activities and/or as a staff cadet at a CSTC. The aim of the course will be accomplished by providing dynamic and challenging training that includes ample opportunity for practical application. The cadets will learn theoretical and technical skills required to deliver the Corps physical education and recreational training program as specialist instructors. This course will ensure that the cadets are adequately prepared to face challenges at the Corps and as Staff Cadets at the CSTCs.

Prerequisites: Must be medically fit, have completed Silver Star training and have achieved the overall fitness incentive level bronze, as detailed IAW CATO 51-01 and CATO 14-18

Training Centres: Blackdown (Borden, ON), or Valcartier QC

Sunday
Nov042012

Basic Expedition Course

The aim of this three-week course is to provide cadets with the fundamentals of expedition training, building upon what has been taught in Red Star of the Corps program. This aim will be accomplished through the development of knowledge and skills, and the provision of ample opportunity for practical application. By establishing a dynamic learning environment that exposes the cadets to the various aspects of a 5-day Expedition, this course will inspire the cadets to further pursue Expedition training opportunities at the Corps and on the Expedition Instructor Course.

Prerequisites: Must be medically fit, have completed Silver Star training and be motivated to pursue expedition training.

Training Centres: Blackdown (Borden, ON), or Valcartier QC, or Argonaught (Gagetown) NB

Sunday
Nov042012

Expedition Instructor Course

The aim of this six-week course is to develop a specialist with the skills and subject matter knowledge required to be an instructor and team leader for Expedition activities within the Army cadet program. The aim will be accomplished by providing dynamic and challenging training that offers ample opportunity for practical application during a 18-day Expedition. The cadets will learn advanced theoretical and technical skills required to assist in the delivery of Expedition Training at the Corps. This course will ensure the cadets are adequately prepared to face challenges at the Corps and as staff cadets.

Prerequisites: Must be medically fit, have completed Silver Star training and have achieved the overall fitness incentive level bronze, as detailed IAW CATO 51-01 and CATO 14-18

Training Centres: Blackdown (Borden, ON), or Valcartier QC, or Whitehorse YK