Summer Training - 51aircadets.ca

Summer Training - 51aircadets.ca

51 RCACS parent briefing Topics Camp Overview Selection Process Allergies Courses Expectations What to bring

Daily routine CF-51 Contact Camp Overview The opportunity to further training is provided to cadets to attend summer training Cadet Summer Training Centers (CSTC) are

located across the country Main training facilities for Eastern region are located at 3 Wing CFB Bagotville, Qc Training is provided at no cost Selection Process Attendance Uniform Inspection Activity participation

Behaviour Allergies Some cadets may not be eligible for summer courses based on allergies Kitchens unable to guarantee allergen free food Parents must judge the cadets ability to

recognize food that may contain allergens All training centres operate an infirmary Access to medical nearest emergency facility taken into account for certain courses Courses General Training (2 weeks) 4 July 16 July 19 July 30 July

2 August 14 August Bagotville Transportation by bus Basic Survival Course (3 weeks) 4 July - 23 July 26 July 214 August Bagotville Transportation by bus

Basic Leadership Course (3 weeks) 6 July 25 July 28 July 16 August Bagotville Transportation by bus Basic Fitness and Sports Course(3 weeks) 5 July - 23 July (Valcartier) 27 July 14 August (Valcartier) 11 July 30 July (Greenwood, NS)

Transportation by bus and airplane Intro to Rifle Coaching (3 weeks) 6 July 24 July (Connaught) 27 July 15 August (Connaught) 11 July 30 July (Penhold) Transport provided to penhold Basic Aviation Course (3 weeks) 4 July 23 July (Bagotville)

26 July 14 August (Bagotville) 11 July 30 July (Greenwood, NS) Transport by bus or plane Basic Aviation Technology and Aerospace Course(3 wks) 4 July 23 July (Bagotville) 26 July - 14 July (Bagotville)

11 July 30 July (Greenwood, NS) Transport by bus or plane Introduction to Aerospace Course (3 weeks) 4 July 24 July 26 July 15 August St-Jean Transport by bus

Survival Instructor (6 weeks) 4 July 14 August (Bagotville) 4 July 13 August (Blackdown) Athletic Instructors Course (6 weeks) 5 July 14 August (Valcartier) 4 July 13 August (Blackdown) What to bring Full uniform

Required for travel Fleece (not the outer shell) Identification (for travel by air) Birth Certificate Health Card Student Card Items check list No more than $30 cash Encouraged to bring debit card

WHAT NOT TO BRING: Contraband Digital Cameras Mp3 players Electronics Food/beverages Daily Routine

Wake up: between 6 am and 7 am PT: 10 mins Personal time: Vary from 10 mins to 40 mins Breakfast: March as a flight Daily training: As a flight Lunch Training Dinner Evening activities

Free time Light out: 10 pm ~ 10:30 pm CF-51 Only check if authorizing a specific person Name of

Authorize d person Must provide an alternate contact

Squadron : 51 RCACS Fill in Surname Please check yes or no in all boxes Please read question 5, 6 and 7. Fill in application answers.

Please write no if question does not apply. Please sign name here Squadron and surname Doctor or clinic information, including address and phone

number Please print name in left column and sign in right column. Include pertinent phone numbers. Leave Blank Further information Website announcements

51aircadets.ca Lt Steven Johnson 613-219-1390 [email protected] More info: 51aircadets.ca

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