SUMMER CAMPS

Outstanding and highly motivated cadets often have the opportunity to attend a  2 to 8 weeks summer camp. This is a perfect opportunity for them to travel, make friends and discover an entirely different way of life! Cadets learn to manage their time and become more responsible, under the supervision of Cadet Instructors Cadre (CIC) officers with specifically trained to work with teenagers.

General

GENERAL TRAINING COURSE – 2 WEEKS

This course offers an introduction to life on a camp and exposes cadets to the various interests provided by the Program.
This training is offered in Bagotville (French and English).

AIR CADETS INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE

This exchange promotes friendship and companionship amongst the Air cadets from the participating countries, and encourages participants to demonstrate interest in international affaires.
The exchange is offered in Australia, Belgium, French, Germany, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, United Kingdom and United States.

ADVANCED TRAINING, STAFF CADETS – 7 WEEKS and +

Employed as a support member or as a personnel member in charge of training in support to the officers of a Training Centre.
Employment is offered in region and out of region.

Aerospace

BASIC AVIATION COURSE – 3 WEEKS

This course prepares cadets for the fundamental notions of aviation and provides interest to follow specialized training in this field.
This training is offered in Bagotville (French) and Greenwood (English).

ADVANCED AVIATION COURSE – 3 WEEKS

This course aims to train specialists who possess the competencies and the knowledge in a specialized matter, which are required from an instructor and team leader in aviation activities.
This training is offered in Bagotville (French) and in Greenwood (English).

BASIC AVIATION TECHNOLOGY AND AEROSPACE COURSE – 3 WEEKS

This course prepares cadets for elementary notions in aerospace, knowledge on airport operations and on aircraft manufacturing and maintenance.
This training is offered in Bagotville (French) and in Greenwood (English).

ADVANCED AEROSPACE COURSE – 6 WEEKS

This course provides cadets with training on the elementary aerospace sciences principles. Knowledge development wihtin a space mission simulation project.
This training is offered in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (French and English).

ADVANCED AIR TECHNOLOGY COURSE – AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE – 6 WEEKS

This course introduces cadets to a specific maintenance program. A learning environment which is dynamic and exposes cadets to a variety of aircraft constructions and maintenance functions.
This training is offered in North Bay (French and English).

ADVANCED AVIATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE – AIRPORT OPERATIONS – 6 WEEKS

This course introduces cadets to a specific airport operations program. By putting in place a dynamic learning environment and by exposing cadets to a variety of airport operations.
This training is offered in North Bay (French and English).

Physical activities

BASIC FITNESS AND SPORTS COURSE – 3 WEEKS

The basic fitness and sports course, lasting 3 weeks, aims to develop good assisting sports monitors, in addition to offering various sports activities, such as running, kinball and many others.
This training is offered in Valcartier (French) and in Argonaut (English).


AIR RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 6 WEEKS

The air rifle marksmanship instructor course, lasting six weeks, aims to provide cadets with the qualities of a good marksmanship instructor, in addition to offering the possibility to improve in the practice of recreational and competitive marksmanship, including biathlon.
This training is offered in Valcartier (French) and in Connaught (English).


PHYSICAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 6 WEEKS

The physical training instructor course, lasting 6 weeks, aims to develop good sports intrusctors, in addition to offering various sports activities such as swimming, climbing, biking and many others! 
This training is offered in Valcartier (French) and in Argonaut (English).

Military Band

MILITARY BAND, BASIC MUSICIAN COURSE – 3 WEEKS

This course aims to further develop cadets’ competencies in music and prepare them to support their units’ bands.
This training is offered in the Québec region (French) and in Acadia (English).

MILITARY BAND, INTERMEDIATE MUSICIAN – 6 WEEKS

This course aims at improving the cadet’s musical competencies until the next musical qualification level. 
This training is offered in Bagotville, Valcartier (French) and in Acadia (English).

MILITARY BAND, ADVANCED MUSICIAN – 6 WEEKS

This course aims at improving the cadet’s musical competencies until the next musical qualification level. 
This training is offered in Valcartier (French) and in Greenwood (English).

PIPE BANDS BASIC, INTERMEDIATE, ADVANCED 3 or 6 WEEKS

The pipes and drums course aims to improve the cadet’s musical competencies until the next musical qualification level. 
This training is offered in Argonaut (English).

 

Drill

BASIC DRILL AND CEREMONIAL COURSE – 3 WEEKS

The basic drill and ceremonial courses of the Sea, Army and Air elements, lasting 3 weeks, aim to initiate cadets to the practice of drill so they become specialists, and to make them peer leaders.
This training is offered in Valcartier (French and English).

DRILL AND CEREMONIAL INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 6 WEEKS

The drill and ceremonial instructor course, lasting 6 weeks, allows cadets to specialize in drill and to develop instructor qualities.
This training is offered in Valcartier (French) and in Greenwood (English).

Survival

BASIC SURVIVAL COURSE – 3 WEEKS

This course provides basic survival techniques and promotes specialized training in this field.
This training is offered in Bagotville (French and English).

SURVIVAL INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 6 WEEKS

This course aims to improve survival techniques and instructor abilities in this field. Dynamic and stimulating training which offers numerous practical exercises opportunities.
This training is offered in Bagotville (French) and in Greenwood (English).

Pilotage

GLIDER PILOT SCHOLARSHIP – 6 WEEKS

The Glider Pilot Scholarship consists of a series of flight lessons in the air and on the ground designed for pilot students without prior flight experience, according to the Transport Canada standards in order to obtain the Glider Pilot License.
This training is offered in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (French and English).

POWER PILOT SCHOLARSHIP – 7 WEEKS

The Power Pilot Scholarship Scholarship consists of a series of flight lessons in the air and on the ground designed for pilot students without prior flight experience, according to the Transport Canada standards in order to obtain the Power Pilot License.
This training is offered in various flight schools (French and English).