INFORMATIONRoyal Canadian Air Cadets participate in a variety of fun and challenging activities. There is something for everyone – no matter what their personal interests may be. The program focuses on personal and social development, decision-making and leadership. As cadets acquire skills and knowledge, they are also provided with the opportunity to put it to practice. The program is open to anyone aged 12-18.
Some of the Local Training includes:
- Survival Skills- Physical Fitness and Sensible Living- Music- Building model aircraft- Introduction to the various Tools and Technologies linked to Aviation- Canadian History & Democracy- Learning about and shooting Daisy Air Rifles- Drill- Effective Speaking- Radio Communication- Leadership
Cadets are also provided with the opportunity every summer to attend Summer Training. Cadets go away to various Canadian Forces Bases on the courses they apply for. Course lengths vary from 2 weeks to 6 weeks. As a Senior Cadet, they have the opportunity to go TEACH and be leaders on these very same Summer Courses. As an added bonus for cadets taking Summer Training, THEY GET A MONETARY BONUS ($$$) WHILE ON COURSES!
Two of the summer training courses are the Glider Pilot's Scholarship and the Power Pilot's Scholarship. Each year, a selected amount of cadets are provided the opportunity to advance in their aviation studies and attain their Glider Pilot's License or their Private Power Pilot's License. How much does the cadet have to pay for this? Absolutely NOTHING! The cadet actually gets paid to go on the course if they qualify!
Learn more at www.cadets.ca.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? JOIN NOW!
Call (647) 545-0883 for more information or email email@example.com
MEMBERSHIPThe Cadet Membership process is simple! All you need to do is review and complete the documents from the links at the bottom of the page and have the following ready:
1. Application Checklist and Instructions
2. CF1158 - Application for Membership * The Application for Membership must be printed on Legal sized paper (8.5" x 14") *
3. Cadet Code of Conduct *To be read and signed by the cadet*
4. SSC Cadet Registration Form
5. Bring a Health Card (or other health insurance card).
6. Bring ONE piece of Government Identification. *Any of the following are accepted: - Valid Canadian Passport - A Canadian Birth Certificate - Any valid Canadian resident card - Any identification card issued by a Canadian provincial or federal government agency
Once you have these items ready, all that is left to do is submit it to us in person! Please see our Squadron Information below to know when and where we meet.
SQUADRON INFOWhere: Middlefield Collegiate Institute 525 Highglen Ave. Markham, ON L3S 3L5 (See Contact Us for more info)
When: Wednesday Evenings, September to June, 6:30-9:30 pm
883 Application Checklist and Instructions 2019.pdf
883 Application Checklist Instructions
Cadet Code of Conduct.pdf
Cadet Code of Conduct
CF1158 - Application for Membership.pdf
CF 1158 - Application for Membership
SSC Cadet Registration Form 2019-2020.pdf
SSC Cadet Registration form 2019-2020