Training within the GVCAC is organised to provide a realistic challenge to our members. The Challenge Award provides directional training choices in up to 6 subjects.
Drill & Etiquette
Drill is a skill that encourages teamwork, discipline and co-operation, and in addition self-confidence, especially for those who continue to master taking a squad for drill. Etiquette is the good manners and customs we instil into the Cadets behaviour. This transfers well into all aspects of life, having respect for each other, their family and is often well received by prospective employers.
Aviation training is encouraged at all levels for both Cadets and Adult Leaders. Opportunities exist for both study and practical flight experience.
Service to the Community
All Cadets and Units are encouraged to undertake some form of community service. This includes helping in the local community, fundraising for charity and courses in First Aid. The aim is to make the Cadets think of others and what they can do to help as responsible members of the community.
An opportunity for Cadets to explore the Arts, Social and Life skills. A range of courses are available including; Food for Thought, Film Making, Business Enterprise and Snow Sports.
The opportunities offered by the Corps in this section is a major attraction. A wide range of activities are covered including, Camping, Expeditions, Survival, Orienteering, Archery, Wall Climbing, Shooting, Abseiling, canoeing ….
Is an opportunity for Cadets to follow an interest or skill individually for 6 months. It provides an opportunity for subjects not normally covered by the Corps to be developed.
A popular section and one that most Cadets enjoy. The Corps offers Skiing, Penthathlete, Walking, Team Games, Football, Hockey, and in fact any sporting activity that the Cadets wish to try.