Cadets in grade 11 and 12 interested in a career in law enforcement are invited to attend the RCMP youth academy from April 15 to 23, 2019. In the past few years the cadet programs were well represented by cadets attending the Academy.
There is a parents information meeting on Nov. 1 from 6 to 9 at Mountainside Secondary, 3365 Mahon Avenue. The deadline for applications is coming up soon.
Please see the RCMP Youth Academy flyer for more details. If you have any questions talk to the training officer.
All team practices on Nov. 4 have been cancelled. This includes range, drill and band practices. Practices resume as usual Nov. 18.
This is a reminder for all cadets who signed up for the trail maintenance day. Please meet at the Dempsey / Braemar kiosk at 0845 on Saturday, wear appropriate clothing for outdoor work, and bring water and a snack. More details are available in the calendar.
Applications are due by the end of October for the Pilot Training Achievement Awards, given to select graduates of the Air Cadet Flying and Gliding Scholarship Program. The purpose of these awards is to provide funding for use in continuing a cadet’s flying or gliding training. The awards average $300.00 in value. Eligible cadets should review and fill out the application form and submit it to the squadron training officer.
It's time to start working on applications for scholarship courses! Gliding and power pilot courses, international exchange, advanced aerospace, and advanced aviation (airport operations or aircraft maintenance) all have a highly competitive selection process that starts with application submissions at the end of November. Cadets wishing to apply for any of these courses should start preparing your applications, including resume, cover letter, and Transport Canada medical certification (for pilot training) now. Please check the preparation guide for eligibility requirements and see the squadron training officer for further details.