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20 February 2020 - CO's Parade Night
2020 Summer Camps - Information at your fingertips!
At this time, applications for the the National summer courses, Advanced summer courses, Regional summer courses (Quota camps) and Staff Cadet opportunities have been published.
Now, in order to ensure all the information is readily available, we have moved everything to the "Summer Training" tabs under the "Training and Orders" menu up top.
In the following pages you will find general transport arrangements, dates, joining instructions and any other relevant information as it becomes available.
- For information about Regional Summer Training (Quota Camps) click here. Application deadline is March 6th
- For information about Advanced Courses click here. Applications are now closed and we are awaiting selections.
- For information about National Summer Courses click here. Applications are closed and we are awaiting selections.
- For information about Staff Cadet opportunities click here. Applications are now closed and we are awaiting selections.
- For information about the United States Civil Air Patrol Officer School click here. Application deadline is March 3rd.
Forum for Young Canadians - Nomination and Selection Process
The National Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers Support Group (Natl CJCR Sp Gp) is responsible for planning and coordinating the Canadian Youth Forum.
One (1) Air Cadet from the Regional Cadet Support Unit (East) (RCSU East) will have the opportunity to participate in this forum.
The Forum will be held in Ottawa from 22 to 27 March 2020 (travel included).
The Forum is a bilingual, non-partisan, week-long program which occurs three times per year. During each session, young people aged 15 to 19 years from across Canada come together to:
- deepen their understanding of the national decision-making process in Canada;
- share ideas and acquire tools for community engagement; and
- network and discuss social issues and policy with parliamentarians and youth from across the country.
CRITERIAS AND SELECTION PROCESS
- Important: have an interest in political science and government organizations. Preference will be given to cadets who have experience with student government or citizenship organizations outside the Cadet Program,
- hold the minimum rank of Petty Officer First Class (PO1)/Warrant Officer (WO)/ Flight Sergeant (FSgt),
- be fluent in English or French,
- have attained the age of 15 years old before the start of the activity; preference will be given to cadets who are 16-17 years of age,
- have successfully completed phase 4/gold star/level 4,
- have achieved at minimum Completed Without Difficulty in PO 403 (Leadership),
- be recommended by their Corps/Squadron Commanding Officer, and
- be recommended by their Regional Cadet Support Unit (RCSU).
Cadets are to complete the following application form and send it to the following address: email@example.com. DO NOT APPLY ON-LINE as indicated on the application form. Cadets have access to a special application pool through the RCSU. Deadline is February 29th at 11:59 PM
Exercise Foundation: Air Cadet Skills and Competency Day - 8 March
Cadets will have the opportunity to participate in guided tours of the Museum of History, the War Museum and the Aviation and Space Museum.
This activity is all-day, and will cover many of the necessary components of the Air Cadet Training Program. We have opened up 80 spots - make sure you sign up fast!
Who: Available to all Cadets. We are looking for an 80 cadets.
When: 8 March 2020, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Where: Busses will depart and return to 5 Brouilette Blvd at Connaught Ranges.
Sign Up: Click Here
OPI: Lt Simpson (contact for any questions)
Merit list applicability: This activity will count towards cadets' participation in mandatory training activities.
Glow Sports - 5 Mar
What's better than glow in the dark, and sports? How about combining the two together??
706 Squadron will have a Glow-in-the-dark sports competition in during our next sports night!
Who: All cadets
When: 5 Mar 2020 at 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm.
Where: All Saints High School, 5115 Kanata Avenue
Dress: Appropriate Sports Attire - try to wear neon bright colours!
What to bring: A water bottle and running shoe.
Merit list applicability: This activity is MANDATORY and will count towards cadets' participation in mandatory activities.
Air Cadet League of Canada Scholarships 2020
DEADLINE - April 1st, 2020
The average tuition fees for an undergraduate degree in canada is $6,463 per year. Wondering how you will pay for your post-secondary education?
Apply to one of NINE scholarships offered by the Air Cadet League of Canada!
Thousands of dollars are available!
All you have to do is complete an ACC64 application form before April 1st.
Visit the Air Cadet League of Canada website today for instructions! https://bit.ly/3aFrFzG
Careers in Aviation
Below you will find a list of career opportunities in aviation.
1. Jazz Approach
A partnership between CAE, Jazz Aviation and Seneca, Jazz Approach is the first pilot creation program of its kind in Canada.
Integrated Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) training for 18 months at Seneca in Peterborough, Ontario. Bombardier CRJ200 type rating at CAE Toronto
Upon successful completion of the training program and subject to certain conditions, the graduates of the Jazz Approach will join Jazz as first officers
For more information visi: https://www.cae.com/civil-aviation/become-a-pilot/our-pilot-training-programmes/jazz-approach