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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

Pipe Band – Advanced Musician Course

The aim of this Course is to raise the cadet’s musical skills to the standard of the next music proficiency level (level 4-5). This training is to develop the music proficiency of cadets and prepare them to support their Corps Pipe bands and related music activities. During this six-week course, instruction is also given in highland traditions, instrument maintenance & repair and other music-related skills, while the more senior levels also refine their Instructional Techniques relating to music. Note – depending on music proficiency, cadets may undertake this course more then once.

Prerequisites: Must be medically and physically fit, have achieved the music proficiency of level 3 and have completed Gold Star training.

Training Centre: Blackdown (Borden, ON)

Sunday
Nov042012

Leadership & Challenge 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. 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 and physically fit, have no participation limitations which may preclude them from participating in intense level adventure training activities in remote locations and in high altitudes, have achieved minimum the Bronze Level of the Cadet Fitness Assessment Incentive Level, be motivated to pursue outdoor leadership and adventure training activities, have completed Gold Star training. Priority will be given to those cadets that are National Star Certification Examination (NSCE) Qualified, followed by cadets with a higher ranking in the National Star of Excellence (NSE).

Training Centre: Rocky Mountain (Canmore, AB)

Sunday
Nov042012

Canadian Forces Basic Parachutist Course

The aim of this five-week course is to develop a specialist with the skills and subject matter knowledge required to be a CF Basic Paratrooper. The aim will be accomplished by cadet undertaking the Canadian Forces Basic Parachutist Course with the Canadian Forces Advanced Land Warfare Centre.

Prerequisites: be certified by a CF medical officer as being physically and mentally fit, must be 16 by 1 July of year of training and shall not have reached the age of 19 during the course, have no participation limitations which may preclude them from participating in intense level physical training activities in remote locations and in high altitudes, have achieved the minimum fitness requisite of 31 sit-ups & 7 chin-ups & a 1600 meter run in under 7:30 minutes, be motivated to pursue Parachute training activities, have completed Gold Star training. Priority will be given to those cadets that are National Star Certification Examination (NSCE) Qualified, followed by cadets with a higher ranking in the National Star of Excellence (NSE).

Training Centre: CFB Trenton (ON)

Sunday
Nov042012

United Kingdom Exchanges

Outward Bound Wales (OBW) – Outward Bound Scotland (OBS) – Maple Leaf Exchange (MLE) - The aim of these six-week exchanges are to introduce cadet to the training in the Army Cadet Force in the United Kingdom in Wales, Scotland and England as well as providing cadets an opportunity to participate in cultural activities and touring.

Prerequisites: Must be medically and physically fit, must be 16 by the start of the exchange, have no participation limitations which may preclude them from participating in intense level adventure training activities in remote locations overseas and in high altitudes, have achieved minimum the Bronze Level of the Cadet Fitness Assessment Incentive Level, be motivated to pursue outdoor leadership and adventure training activities, have completed Gold Star training. Priority will be given to those cadets that are National Star Certification Examination (NSCE) Qualified, followed by cadets with a higher ranking in the National Star of Excellence (NSE).

Training Centres: Connaught (Ottawa, ON) and the United Kingdom (OBW – Wales, OBS – Scotland and MLE – England)

Sunday
Nov042012

Army Cadet Exchanges (ACE)

Australia, United States of America and Cayman Islands

The aim of these three-week exchanges are to introduce cadet to the training in the Army Cadets in Australia, USA and Cayman Islands, as well as providing cadets an opportunity to participate in cultural activities and touring.

Prerequisites: Must be medically and physically fit, must be 16 by the start of the exchange, have no participation limitations which may preclude them from participating in intense level adventure training activities in remote locations overseas, have achieved minimum the Bronze Level of the Cadet Fitness Assessment Incentive Level, be motivated to pursue outdoor leadership and adventure training activities, have completed Gold Star training. Priority will be given to those cadets that are National Star Certification Examination (NSCE) Qualified, followed by cadets with a higher ranking in the National Star of Excellence (NSE).

Training Centres: Connaught (Ottawa, ON) and Austrailia, USA and Cayman Is.