TRAINING UPDATE – 17-23 MAY 2021
We are approaching the end of this very interesting training year, and are in the process of starting to put together our Annual Ceremonial Review and Awards Ceremony, to be aired in early June (exact date to be announced). There will be awards (new and old), promotions, and recognition of all that you have done over the past year. Our Reviewing Officer will be Major-General Huddleston, an ex-Air Cadet and Glider Pilot, who is currently working at National Defence Headquarters as the Chief of Staff for Joint Operations. Keep checking for more details!
SUMMER TRAINING – deadline for application to virtual Training Courses is HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO END OF MAY, but please get applications in ASAP. Please go to this link: https://forms.gle/zacfyKEyEJeofT5z7 to submit an application. Any applications received after the end of May will not be processed. If you answered the January questionnaire about summer training, you still need to send an application. For information on courses available and dates, please see 11 Apr 21 post.
IN-PERSON SUMMER TRAINING –
Our Regional headquarters is planning some in-person summer training for cadets this year, IF the health situation allows.
If you would like to apply, please do so at the link below. If you have already applied for virtual training, your application for those courses will still be considered. If there is a conflict if/when the in-person training occurs, you MAY be required to de-register from the virtual course, as the in-person training has priority.
Information on the in-person courses is in the “Files” section of Teams, under “In-Person Courses”. They are 1 and 2 weeks long, and will be held as day courses at local facilities as much as possible.
NOTE: PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THESE COURSES ARE VERY TENTATIVE, AND WILL DEPEND ON THE HEALTH SITUATION AT THE TIME.
Training for this week:
- Tue 18 May (1845-2030 hrs) – Levels 3 and 4 Training ON-LINE
- Wed 19 May (1845-1955 hrs) – Levels 1 and 2 Training ON-LINE
We are still restricted to on line training. As soon as we are able to move back to in person training we will do so.