Royal Canadian Air Cadets participate in a nationally-directed curriculum which aims to develop in cadets the attributes of good citizenship, leadership, physical fitness and an interest in the Royal Canadian Air Force and aviation. Training is delivered at the Squadron-level, and complemented through summer training courses which are offered at Cadet Training Centres throughout the country.
Our vision as a cadet squadron is to be a place that fosters empowerment in the youth leaders of today and the future through an engaging and dynamic curriculum to fulfill the goal of creating a youth leading youth program.
We strive to foster a fun learning environment which will provide coaching and mentoring to our youth leaders by providing the tools necessary to ensure that they develop the skills to become capable leaders who can be relied upon to deliver the program in a manner that reflects our vision.
The program is divided into five proficiency levels thru which cadets advance over the years. Each training level provides cadets with training in: citizenship, community service, leadership, physical fitness, marksmanship, cadet knowledge, drill and ceremonial, radio communication, aviation, aerospace, aerodrome operations, aircraft maintenance, aircrew survival, and much more.
Learn the basics of being an air cadet.
Interact and function as a team member.
Lead a team.