Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps
Summer Stand Down: June 19th - September 4th
Tuesday evenings 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (1800 to 2130)
Royal Canadian Sea Cadets is for boys and girls from 12 to 18 years old.
This rewarding program develops leadership, citizenship and physical fitness in Canadian youth. Cadets are encouraged to become active, responsible members of their community. They learn valuable life and work skills including:
Cadets also reap the personal benefits of increased self-confidence, learning how to take initiative and making decisions. Cadets make valuable contributions to Canadian society on a daily basis in terms of environmental, citizenship and community activities and services.
The cadet movement is the largest youth organization in Canada. The Royal Canadian Sea Cadets bases its training on maritime subjects, such as seamanship and sailing and history of the Royal Canadian Navy. There area also subjects on such things as marksmanship, outdoor adventure training and leadership. The combined training helps to instil a number of personal skills like initiative, self-esteem, confidence, problem solving skills and awareness of environmental issues. The training year runs from September to June of each year. During the summer months, cadets are selected to attend cadet summer training centres across the county, to take part in various training. Senior cadets have opportunities for exchanges to foreign countries and may also be employed at the training centres. There is no cost to join the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets. All uniforms and learning material is provided free of charge.
To join R.C.S.C.C. Repulse, please visit the join us page.
For more information, please contact us with any of the methods listed on the contact page.
This unofficial website is brought to you by the Sarnia Navy League, and is intended for current and prospective members of 132 RCSCC Repulse. The views and opinions of this website are those of its authors and not reflective of the Canadian Cadet Organizations, the Navy League of Canada, or the Department of National Defence/Canadian Armed Forces. For more information about the Cadet Program, its partners and programs, please visit www.cadets.ca
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