Training on Wednesday, May 18 will once again be in-person for all levels. Meet at the armoury (not the blue building) at 1830h, dismissal is at 2115h. Dress will be civilian clothes but BRING YOUR C1 UNIFORM on a hanger, for those that have uniforms.
Please also bring your boot polish and cloth, and your iron and ironing board if you have one! If you do not have a uniform yet, try and get some polish and a cloth so you can learn how to take care of parade boots. Black Kiwi polish and a Kiwi cloth are good options and can be purchased at most drug stores.
Marksmanship training will take place this Sunday, May 15, for those junior cadets that signed up. Please arrive at the armoury at 0900h, dismissal will be at 1200h.
Training on Wednesday, May 11 will once again be in-person for all levels. Meet at the armoury (not the blue building) at 1830h, dismissal is at 2115h. Dress will be C3, for those that have uniforms. Please remember to bring your rocketry projects as we will be completing them.
Cadets are reminded to submit their summer training requests prior to the deadline on May 11.
Training on Wednesday, May 4 will be in-person for all levels. Meet at the armoury (not the blue building) at 1830h, dismissal is at 2115h. Dress will be FTUs or C3, for those that have uniforms. Levels 1 & 2 please bring empty plastic 2 litre pop bottles for a special project, if you have a few at home.
Cadets are reminded to submit their summer training requests well prior to the deadline on May 11.
Nominations are being accepted for the Cadet Advisory Council, Senior Cadets have been advised of this opportunity and have started applying. Please contact the CO if you are interested in applying for this important position. Further guidance on the nomination process:
The selection process will include a letter of introduction from the Corps/Sqn CO, letter of introduction from the Cadet and their contact details (365 or personal email address) to coordinate an interview.
A comment on the cadets linguistic abilities in both official languages would be beneficial, as they are looking for members who are comfortable in both languages but not necessarily bilingual.
Candidates should also ensure that their Fortress account is up to date as their qualifications and experience will be considered as part of the selection criteria.
One cadet from each region will be interviewed by the Formation Chief for selection as the CAC Cadet Chair, selected based on the submissions and an interview if required. Three PAC Region members will be selected for the CAC (one from each element). Unlike last year this years CAC will be in person at CTC Connaught with at least one short off-site visit.
All Cadets who apply for the CAC positions will also be considered for filling vacancies on the Senior Cadet Council Pacific (SCCP).
Nominations are to be in by the 1st of May.