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Dec 12th - Movie Night

Jeans / Corps Shirt

Dec 19th - Holiday Dinner

C1 - Ceremonial Dress

 

2018 Army Cadet Video

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Sunday
Nov042012

Basic Marksman Course

The aim of this three-week course is to provide cadets with the fundamentals air rifle marksmanship, 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 marksmanship competition, sportsmanship and teamwork. By establishing a dynamic learning environment that exposes the cadets to a variety of air rifle marksmanship opportunities, this course will inspire the cadets to further pursue Marksmanship opportunities at the Corps and Air Rifle Marksmanship Instructors Course, or the Fullbore Marksman Phase I Course. The cadets will be provided with the basic theoretical, technical, and practical skills required to assist in the delivery of the Corps marksmanship program.

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

Training Centres: Connaught (Ottawa, ON), or Valcartier QC

Sunday
Nov042012

Air Rifle Marksmanship Instructor Course

The aim of this six-week course is to develop individual air rifle marksmanship and summer biathlon specialty skills while reinforcing and further developing the leadership and instructional techniques skills preparing the cadets to support these two specialty activities at the Corps, during regionally directed activities and/or as a staff cadet at a CSTC. The cadet will be provided with the necessary theoretical, technical, and practical skills required to monitor and instruct other cadets during marksmanship training at the Corps.

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

Training Centre: Connaught (Ottawa, ON)

Sunday
Nov042012

Fullbore Marksman Phase I Course

The aim of this six-week course is to develop a specialist with the attitude, skills and subject matter knowledge required to participate in competitive fullbore marksmanship as an individual competitor. The cadet will be provided with the necessary theoretical, technical, and practical skills required to participate as a largebore 5.56mm rifle competitor. The cadet will participate in the Canadian National Cadet Fullbore Champoinship.

Prerequisites: Must be medically fit, have completed Silver Star training, be motivated to pursue marksmanship training and be selected based on participation on the Basic Marksmanship Course, their standing on the Zone Level of the Canadian Cadet Marksmanship Championship, and a postal return of their top 6 air rifle grouping targets.

Training Centre: Connaught (Ottawa, ON)

Sunday
Nov042012

Fullbore Marksman Phase II Course

The aim of this seven-week course is to develop a specialist with the attitude, skills and subject matter knowledge required to participate in competitive fullbore marksmanship as a member of a competitive team. The cadet will be provided with the necessary theoretical, technical, and practical skills required to participate as a largebore 7.62mm rifle competitor. The cadet will participate in the Canadian National Cadet Fullbore Championship, the Ontario Rifle Associations’ Provincial Fullbore Championship and the Dominion of Canada Rifle Associations’ National Fullbore Championship.

Prerequisites: Must be medically fit, have completed Gold Star training, be motivated to pursue marksmanship training and be invited to attend based on their standing on the Fullbore Marksman Phase I Course.

Training Centres: Connaught (Ottawa, ON) and Blackdown (Borden, ON)

Sunday
Nov042012

Royal Canadian Army Cadets National Rifle Team

The aim of this eight-week course is to develop a specialist with the attitude, skills and subject matter knowledge required to participate in competitive fullbore marksmanship as a member of a competitive team at the international level. The cadet will be provided with the necessary theoretical, technical, and practical skills required to participate as a largebore 7.62mm rifle competitor. The cadet will participate in the Canadian National Cadet Fullbore Championship, the United Kingdoms International Fullbore Championship in Bisley, England and the Dominion of Canada Rifle Associations’ National Fullbore Championship.

Prerequisites: Must be medically fit, have completed Gold Star training, have achieved the Bronze Level of the Cadet Fitness Assessment Incentive Level, be motivated to pursue marksmanship training and be invited to attend based on their standing on the Fullbore Marksman Phase II Course.

Training Centres: Connaught (Ottawa, ON) and Bisley (England)