Last modified on 22 May 2009, at 22:35

Royal Canadian Air Cadets Guide/Training

TrainingEdit

The Air Cadets breaks training sessions down into levels:

Levels 1 and 2

Levels 3 and 4

Level 5

When a cadet reaches Proficiency Level 5, he or she will take part in supervised on-the-job training. During this phase of training the cadet will instruct other cadets, plan activities and learn administrative procedures

Summer TrainingEdit

Some of the courses offered in summer training are:

  • Advanced Aviation Technology Course - Airport Operations (Use to be Air Traffic Control)
  • Athletic Instructor Course
  • Basic Course
  • Basic Music Course
  • Basic Pipes & Drums Course
  • Glider Pilot Scholarship
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – Australia
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – Belgium
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – France
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – Hong Kong
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – Netherlands
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – New Zealand
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – Singapore
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – Sweden
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – Turkey
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – United Kingdom
  • International Air Cadet Exchange – United States
  • Introduction to Aerospace Course
  • Introduction to Aviation Course
  • Introduction to Instruction Course
  • Introduction to Leadership Course
  • Introduction to Physical Education and Recreational Training Course
  • Introduction to Rifle Coaching Course
  • Introduction to Survival Training Course
  • Music – Level 1 to 5 course
  • Music – Level 1, 2
  • Music – Level 1, 2, 3
  • Music – Level 3, 4, 5 course
  • Music – Level 4, 5
  • Oshkosh Trip
  • Pipes and Drums 1 to 5 course
  • Power Pilot Scholarship
  • Senior Leaders Course
  • Service Band
  • Survival Instructor Course
  • Advanced Aviation Technology Course - Aircraft Maintenance (Use to be Tech Training)
  • Staff Cadet Employment