Summer Training

Summer training is available for cadets who are currently enrolled in the program. There is no option to just go to summer camp without being a registered cadet already. Cadets must apply for summer training each fall for the following summer and participation is not guaranteed as there are far more cadets applying than there are vacancies at the various cadet training centres. Cadets who wish to participate in summer training are encouraged to maintain perfect attendance throughout the training year and get involved with extra-curricular programs at the squadron as this will place them in a higher priority to be selected.

This page will display all relevant documents pertaining to summer training as they become available. During the summer season, Joining Instructions and Travel Itineraries will be displayed and updated as they become available. All summer training inquiries should be directed to the Administration Department or to your flight staff.

NEW!  2018 National Courses Handbook for Cadets and Parents
2017 Summer Course Pamphlet (waiting on 2018)

Joining Instructions:
You need only to review the JI’s for the training centre you are attending. For staff, please read the staff JI’s and then supplement with the course cadet JI’s for that training centre for amplifying information.

Blackdown 2017 JI
Canadore 2017 JI
Connaught 2017 Joining Instructions
Gliding Scholarship 2017 JI
Power Pilot Scholarship 2017
Power Scholarship 2017 JI
Trenton 2017 JI

Cadets attending Canadore require the following documents as well:
Bubble Soccer Player Waiver
Scouts Canada 2017

Cadets attending Connaught for AAC (Advanced Aviation) – please bring the attached waiver:
Vintage Wings Waiver – 2017

Staff Joining Instructions
Staff JIs-Annex A Appendix 2


Parents: please review attached direction from the Commander – National Cadet and Junior Rangers Support group outlining requirements for cadets attending summer training.

Letter re direction on anaphylaxis
Participation by a cadets with food sensitivities
Participation by a cadet with non-food related anaphylaxis
Notes for this non-food related form:
-Cadets are not required to procure a medic alert bracelet in order to take part in cadet activities but must be worn if one is owned and it is safe to do so.
-In the first section, it states that until the form is signed, cadets may not participate in activities where meals are provided. As this form is not discussing food-related allergies, it is an error and won’t be an issue. Form will be corrected for the Fall 2017 training year.
Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan (photo and physician signature not required for 2017)

Travel Itineraries:
These documents will be posted by individual cadet name as soon as we receive them. We generally receive approximately one week prior to the start of the course and a few days prior to the end of the course to let parents know what time their cadet will return.


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