Summer Training Opportunities
Level One and Two Completed Level One- CAP 1 This opportunity will be run daily for 5 days. Cadets will be required to have parents/guardians drive them to and from daily. The location will be local. This is a Rui-service activity that gives cadets the opportunity to explore each element as well as some fun day trip activities.
This opportunity will run daily for 12 days. Cadets will be required to have parents/guardians drive them toa and from daily. The location will be local. This is a Tri-service activity that gives cadets the opportunity to explore each element as well as some fun day trip activities. There will be a two-night overnight component to the activity.
See your level officer if you have any questions or you would like more information.
Senior Summer training opportunities (must have completed Level three and above)
You must be turning 16 on or before the first day of work.
SC/CC Connaught Staff Cadet
SC/CC Trenton Staff Cadet
SC/CC Blackdown Staff Cadet
SC/CC-CAP/PAC-COA Staff Cadet - Cadet Activities Program
559ITSMC-OJT Staff Cadet- Brandon CTC
Hybrid Courses- this will be a mixture of online plus an in-person component
Fitness and Sports Instructor Argonaut
Air Rifle Marksmanship Instructor Connaught or Argonaut
Drill and Ceremonial Instructor Blackdown
Survival Instructor Blackdown
Advanced Aviation Trenton
Music Course (Mil Band) Vernon
Fitness and Sports Instructor Valcartier
Drill and Ceremonial Instructor Valcartier
Survival Instructor Valcartier
The following courses are National courses and require a brief essay on why you should be considered for the course you are applying for and how you would use the information you learn to impact the cadet program. These course selections may also include an interview and submission of your high school transcript.
Civil Air Patrol Cadet Officer School
The premiere leadership experience for CAP cadets is conducted annually at Maxwell AFB, home of the USAF's Air University. Cadet Officer School is patterned after the USAF Squadron Officer School and is an academically challenging course for cadets 16 and older. COS is an in-depth study of the skills of leadership. The course is divided between lecture, seminar, and hands-on training. Instructors guide cadets through the Air Force approach to the psychology of leadership, problem solving techniques, effective writing, speaking, and group dynamics. In addition to classes and seminars, a wide variety of top military and industry leaders come as guest speakers to discuss their experiences with the cadets. Topics include human relations, critical thinking, leadership and national security issues. There are only about 100 slots available for COS each year and high interests makes the activity highly competitive.
International Air Cadet Exchange - United Kingdom
International Air Cadet Exchange - United States of America
Please see your level officer for an application to apply.