Category Archives: Summer Training

Summer Training Update

Good morning.

We’ve received itineraries for cadets travelling to CTC Trenton next weekend and have sent them out. We’re still waiting on itineraries for the other centres, but expect to have them by the end of the day.

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Summer Training 2019

Good evening.

As requested, here is the full Summer Training presentation from the 30 May Parent Briefing, edited to account for out-of-date information. For future reference, all Summer Training information can be found on the web site under the Resources > Cadets > Summer Training menu.

Parent Briefing – Summer Training 2019

Information on travel itineraries will be posted as they are received.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me directly at jody.lemoine@cadets.gc.ca.

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Summer Training Sessions

A number of cadets and parents have been asking what the session dates are for their summer training courses. Rather than answer each request individually, I have posted them to the web site. Please remember to log in to the site in order to see the information you’re looking for.

Summer Training

Good morning.

I’ve attached the links to the Parent Briefing given on our last training day, along with the associated Joining Instructions for each Cadet Training Centre. I’m still working on finding detailed instructions for CTC Saint-Jean’s Advanced Aerospace Course, but the basics can be found in the linked Information Booklet for the Eastern Region. I will update everyone with more detailed information as soon as I have it.

Also, we’re expecting to receive movement instructions with specific dates and times over the next week. Nothing has been posted yet, but these will be transmitted as soon as they arrive.

Parent Briefing:

Parent Briefing – Summer Training 2018

Joining Instructions:

Blackdown 2018 JI
Trenton 2018 JI
Connaught 2018 JI
Staff and Staff Cadet 2018 JI

Eastern Region Information Booklet:

2018 Eastern Region CTC Information Booklet

J. Lemoine
Captain
CO 809 Newark RCACS

Summer Training Schedule

Last night, a few parents/guardians were asking about the timings for the different summer training courses. In previous years, we were always scheduled for the last intake of the summer and timings could be more easily predicted. This year, with our unit’s supervision moving from the Southwestern Ontario Area to the Niagara to the Greater Toronto Area, the schedules are a bit more unpredictable. All of the timings for the courses announced last night are posted below:

Basic Aviation Course (BAC) – CTC Trenton – 2018/7/9-2018/7/27
Basic Aviation Technology and Aerospace Course (BATAC) – CTC Trenton – 2018/7/9-2018/7/27
Basic Survival Course – CTC Blackdown – 2018/7/30-2018/8/16
Air Rifle Marksmanship Instructor Course – CTC Connaught – 2018/7/9-2018/8/17
Survival Instructor Course (SIC) – CTC Blackdown – 2018/7/9-2018/8/16
Staff, Advanced Aerospace Course (SC/CC AASC) – CTC St-Jean – 2018/6/26-2018/8/14

Although our final acceptance list isn’t in yet, it looks like our intake for the two-week General Training course for first year cadets will be 2018/7/23-2017/8/3 at CTC Trenton.

J. Lemoine
Captain
CO 809 Newark RCACS

Ground School for Summer Pilot Training Courses

FLYING SCHOLARSHIP 2018 APPLICANTS: 809 Cadets who are eligible to participate (age 15 for Glider, age 16 for Power), and have transportation to Fort Erie (beginning tomorrow), are to contact Capt Palumbo TONIGHT.

337 and 79 are joining forces to provide their gliding and flying scholarship candidates with a ground school program and we would like to extend an invitation to all NAG Squadrons.  I am aware that some squadrons may already have other arrangements, but if you don’t please fell free to join us.

We are asking that cadets who attend be eligible to apply for a gliding or flying scholarship this training year, and come prepared with sufficient note taking materials (paper, pens, etc.) and a package of cue/index/recipe cards.

  • Date: Thursdays (beginning this week)
  • Time: 1900-2100
  • Location: 337 LHQ – Fort Erie Leisureplex Lions Banquet Hall, 3 Municipal Centre Drive, Fort Erie

I am asking that you respond only if you have cadets who would be attending and let us know numbers so that we can ensure we have the proper meeting space available.

I also would like to take this opportunity to thank those cadet flying site and squadron staff who were carrying the torch of the NAG ground school for the past years.  Your hard work and dedication to our cadets is appreciated.

Thanks,

Nic

Captain / Capitaine Nicholas Chevalier, CD

Commanding Officer 337 ‘Allan Troup’ Squadron – Fort Erie

Canadian Armed Forces

PO Box 459 Fort Erie, ON L2A 5N2

337squadron@gmail.com

Tel: 905-871-2775 / Cel: 905-650-3278

Commandant Escadron 337 ‘Allan Troup’ Squadron – Fort Erie

Forces Armées Canadiennes

PO Box 459 Fort Erie, ON L2A 5N2

337squadron@gmail.com

Tél: 905-871-2775 /  Tél Cell: 905-650-3278

TRAVEL ORDERS EXHAUST & SEPTEMBER DATES TO RESERVE

For those cadets returning from summer training this Friday, Aug 18th, please see below the TRAVEL ORDERS EXHAUST. Go through the pages (21 total) find your cadet’s name, locate the page with the word EXHAUST highlighted in yellow in the top right corner.

Timings of arrival at the Pen Centre (same as drop-off) are listed beside which bus is expected from where.

Capt Palumbo is the site supervisor for all returning buses on Fri to the Pen Centre. She will have your cadet call you upon arrival if they have not already been in contact with you. Alternatively, text her at 289-783-1942 for a more accurate estimated time of arrival (ETA).

If you need to arrange carpooling please contact listed parents accordingly.

You must be signed in to view the travel orders EXHAUST.

Looking forward to hearing all the great times had this summer – stay tuned, lots of fun coming up in Sept.

  • DATES TO RESERVE NOW:

  • Wed, 6 Sep 2017 Welcome Back BBQ

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 NOTL Supper Market & Drill Team Display

  • Sat, 16 Sep 2017 Bottle Drive 0900-1600hrs

  • Sun, 17 Sep 2017 – Cenotaph Rededication Ceremony NOTL 0915-1130am

  • Wed, 20 Sep 2017 Snowbirds at NOTL Airport

Cadet Gliding: A Family Affair

These things tend to run in families. Congratulations to Maj Luigi, Capt Anne-Marie, and Cadet WO2 Angela Norio.

Video TranscriptHello, my name is Major Luigi Norio and I am the Cadet Flying Site Commander for the St. Catharines and Welland Cadet Flying Sites. This summer I am working as the tow pilot at the Mountain View Cadet Flight Training Centre in support of the air cadet glider pilot scholarship. I have been involved in the air cadet gliding program for 29 years flying both the Belanca Scout tow plane and Schweizer 2-33A glider. This summer I have the fortune opportunity to tow my daughter Warrant Officer Second Class Angela Norio from 87 Eagle Squadron Welland Air Cadets up for her very first solo flying a glider. <<Radio Transmissions>>Congratulations awesome job! Congratulations Kiddo, well done, I am proud of you!Bonjour, je m'appelle Major Luigi Norio et je suis commandant du site de vol des cadets à St. Catharines et à Welland. Cet été, je travaille comme pilote de remorquage au centre d’entraînement de vol des cadets Mountain View à l'appui de la bourse de pilote de planeur. J'ai été impliqué dans le programme de pilot de planeur des cadets d'air pendant 29 ans en volant l'avion de remorquage Belanca Scout et le planeur Schweizer 2-33A. Cet été, j'ai l'opportunité de remorquer l'adjudant 2e classe Angela Norio, de l'escadron 87 Eagle, pour son premier solo à voler un planeur.<< Transmissions à la radio>>Félicitations, excellent travail! Félicitations Kiddo, bien fait, je suis fier de toi!

Posted by Mountainview Cadets on Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Video Transcript (English)

Hello, my name is Major Luigi Norio and I am the Cadet Flying Site Commander for the St. Catharines and Welland Cadet Flying Sites. This summer I am working as the tow pilot at the Mountain View Cadet Flight Training Centre in support of the air cadet glider pilot scholarship. I have been involved in the air cadet gliding program for 29 years flying both the Belanca Scout tow plane and Schweizer 2-33A glider. This summer I have the fortune opportunity to tow my daughter Warrant Officer Second Class Angela Norio from 87 Eagle Squadron Welland Air Cadets up for her very first solo flying a glider.

(Radio Transmissions)

Congratulations awesome job! Congratulations Kiddo, well done, I am proud of you!