LEVEL 2

Prepare to Take Flight!

In Level 2, cadets delve into more intermediate-level subjects, building on the lessons of Level 1 training.  A variety of fun, interesting classes accompany this level, as cadets begin to consolidate the beginnings of their career as a non-commissioned officer (NCO) at the squadron.


Level 2 is an excellent time in a cadet's career to assess their interests in the program and plan the direction in which they wish to take their cadet career.  The course provides cadets with opportunities to try out their leadership skills while continuing their education within the program.



Qualification Standard:

To complete Level 2 Training, cadets must achieve a minimum of 60% participation in all training activities and squadron activities, as was done in Level 1. All the same activities are required in Level 2 as were required in Level 1, except for the Gliding Familiarization Day.

Cadets must attend the Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR) at the end of the training year in order to complete Level 2.

Subjects Covered:

  • Citizenship & Community Service
  • Leadership Within a Peer Setting             
  • Recreational Sports & Personal Fitness
  • Marksmanship using the Cadet Air Rifle
  • General Cadet Knowledge for Level 2 Cadets
  • Canadian Aviation History
  • Intermediate Drill
  • Principles of Flight
  • Piston-Powered Engines
  • Aerospace Activities
  • Aerodrome Operations
  • Aircraft Manufacturing & Maintenance
  • Field Training / Aircrew Survival Activities


Ranks Achievable:

Flight Corporal (FCpl):
  • Complete at least 6 months of service at the rank of Corporal (Cpl).
  • Complete Level 2 Training
  • Participate in the Cadet Fitness Assessment as part of Level 2 Training.
  • Be recommended for promotion by course staff.*


Other Requirements :
*When preparing recommendations for promotion, course staff will take into consideration:
  • Dress & Deportment;
  • Conduct, discipline, and attitude;
  • Participation (in activities & events);
  • Response to Direction;
  • Ability to interact positively and comfortably with others;
  • Ability to make sound judgements regarding their own actions;
  • Willingness to accept responsibility;
  • Ability to solve problems effectively;
  • Ability to communicate effectively;
  • Ability to set a positive example for others; and
  • Personal initiative.

LEVEL OFFICER
OCdt L. Puri
 
In House Classes
Tuesdays from 1900-2100hrs
In Person Attendance at OLMC starts @ 1830-1845hrs
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Secondary School
3700 Trelawny Circle
Mississauga, ON


 

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