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Ships Orders

Routine Orders for September Routine Orders for October
Routine Orders for November  Routine Orders for December
Routine Orders for January Routine Orders for February
Routine Order for March Routine Orders for April
Routine Orders for May Routine Order for June

Sea Cadet Training Manuals

Dress Manual Leadership Manual
Marksmanshp Manual Boatswain Call Manual
Canadian Citizenship Manual Rope Work Manual
Sailing Manual Physical Fitness Manual
 Naval Communications Manual Canadian Navy Manual
 Awards Manual  A Sailors Dictionary

Camp Joining Instructions

Summer training is commonly referred to as summer camp by cadets. The 23 Cadet Summer Training Centres across Canada offer a variety of exciting and dynamic training courses. Some are located in unique settings such as the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, north of 60° in Whitehorse, Yukon and the Pacific coast in Comox, British Columbia. Others offer specialized training. Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Québec, for example, offers an introduction to aerospace course and the Centre of Excellence for Marksmanship in Ottawa, Ontario offers advanced training in marksmanship.

Regardless of where a cadet goes for summer training, he or she is certain to have a fun and rewarding summer. Summer training offers, for some, an opportunity to travel internationally while for others it means meeting new people from across Canada while learning. For more information for Summer Opportunities visit the Canadian Sea Cadets Organizations

Please download the following presentation regarding this years presentation for this years camp: Camp Presentation

Please see the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet 2018 Cadet Training Centre Course

CTC HMCS Quadra joining instructions: Quadra instructions

CTC Blackdown joining instructions: Blackdown instructions

CTC HMCS Ontario joining instructions: HMCS Ontario instructions

CTC Connaught joining instructions: Connaught instructions

 

Education

The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation was created to provide scholarships to Sea Cadets who are pursuing post-secondary studies. The Foundation recognizes the importance of Post-Secondary education to the future success of its cadet members. We encourage all cadets to apply themselves to their studies, and believe that the important life skills developed through cadet training (self-discipline, organization, teamwork, etc.) help prepare youth to tackle the challenges of college or university education. For more information please visit The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation.

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