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Level 1 and 2 Summer Training Opportunities

Cadet Activity Program (CAP) offerings for cadets in Level 1 and 2 (first or second year cadets) are now available. CAP-1 (first year cadets) is a 5 day day-camp style occurring 1-5 Aug 2022. CAP-2 (second year cadets) is a 12 day day-camp with 2 overnights during that period. the specific location has not been announced yet but it will be in London and the rumour is, it may even be our very own local headquarters, the Lambeth Legion! After reviewing the information and making sure that the dates work with summer family plans, please click this link to register: https://forms.gle/xFbU8H6rDJGR6e5K7

Registration deadline is 20 April 2022.

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Level 1 Cadets:

Cadet Activity Programs (CAP) are decentralized summer opportunities that augment the squadron program for all Proficiency Level One cadets. Experiential citizenship, fitness and Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Familiarization activities will leverage CAF and community facilities to provide an elevated experience linked to the Cadet Program aims and objectives. CAP-1 is a 5-day day-camp activity designed for 12-13 year olds, intended to build confidence and facilitate meeting other cadets through participation as a member of a peer-lead team in fun, safe, challenging and well-organized activities. Where decentralized local training is not viable, some cadets may have the option to participate in a 5-day overnight-camp activity located in centralized locations throughout Ontario.


Prerequisites: Must be medically and physically fit, have completed Proficiency Level One training by 30 Jun.


CAP Location: Yet to be announced but it is believed to be close to our local training area.

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Level 2 Cadets:

Cadet Activity Programs (CAP) are decentralized summer opportunities that augment the squadron program for all Proficiency Level Two cadets. Experiential citizenship, fitness and Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Familiarization activities will leverage CAF and community facilities to provide an elevated experience linked to the Cadet Program aims and objectives. CAP-2 is a 12-day day-camp activity that includes a 3-day overnight component for 13-14 year olds, designed to build leadership and interpersonal skills, while fostering interest in future Cadet Summer Training (CTC) opportunities. Where decentralized local training is not viable, some cadets may have the option to participate in a 12-day overnight-camp activity located in centralized locations

throughout Ontario.


Prerequisites: Must be medically and physically fit, have completed Proficiency Level Two training by 30 Jun.


CAP Location: Yet to be announced but it is believed to be close to our local training area.

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