Welcome to Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps 344 Victoria!
Casino Fundraising January 25, 26 2015
Update January 24, 2015
Urgent! 2 volunteers still required!
Thanks for all those who have signed up. Attached is the signup sheet so far. There are 2 blanks on there that still need to be filled. Please check it out and see if you can fill some of those blanks!!
We have a casino fundraising opportunity coming up at Deerfoot Inn and Casino January 25 and 26 2015. Please read the attached documentation and think about which job and shift you could take. Volunteers are allowed to take multiple shifts, but they must be for the same job.
These jobs are all very straightforward and easy to do. There is an advisor on staff to help out and some of the parents have volunteered before and they can help you get up to speed. It is a great chance to meet other cadet parents.
This is the largest fundraising opportunity we have this cadet training year.
- Last Updated: 24 January 2015
Calling all Marksmen!!
We are looking for cadets interested in participating in this years zones competition.
We are also looking for senior cadets (Must have completed Phase 3 training and be a minimum of 16 years of age) interested in assisting as staff.
The marksmanship zones competition will be held Feb 22 08:00-16:00 (Exact Timings TBV)
This activity is open to all cadets who have at a minimum completed their air rifle handling test and a range familiarization shoot.
Final team selections will be announced at sunset on Jan 28.
DEADLINE FOR SIGNUP IS JANUARY 25
- Last Updated: 23 January 2015
Still to come this January...
Telus Spark Centre.
Who: All Cadets
What: Fun morning at the Spark Centre
Where: 220 St. George's Drive NE
When: January 24, 2015 10:00-12:30
Dress: Civillian Attire
This is a supported activity and the admission costs will be paid for by RCSCC Victoria.
Sign Up is Required please utilize the link below
Cross Country Skiing
Who: The Entire Ships Company
What: A morning of Cross Country Skiing
When: February 21, 2015 09:30 -12:30
Where: Canada Olympic Park
Cadets Dress: Appropriate Ski Clothing - Weather Dependent
The entire ships company is welcome to come out for a morning of cross country skiing. Instruction, Trail Passes and ski rentals will be supported and paid for by The Navy League of Canada Fish Creek Branch.
Cadets will be responsible for any food/drink that they require and we highly recommend they bring small snacks (granola bars etc./water) for this activity as time will not be made available for the cadets to purchase items at the COP food services.
The cadets should also bring a small backpack to hold all of their kit as the cadet will be responsible for their own personal items at all times. It is highly recommended that any electronic or other items of value are left at home.
RSVP Required utilizing link below
- Last Updated: 20 January 2015
Discover Scuba February 14, 2015
This activity is to introduce the cadets into scuba diving.
It is open to all cadets
There is no cost to the cadets.
Timings will be announced closer to the date.
Contact Officer is SLt Reinhardt
Please sign up at the link below
- Last Updated: 09 January 2015
2015 Awards Applications
Navy League Medal of Excellence – Due: Wed. Jan. 21
1. Attended a minimum of 80 per cent of all activities in the current training year;
2. Achieved the rank of Petty Officer Second Class or higher;
3. Consistently set an outstanding personal example of dress and deportment;
4. Demonstrated a thorough grasp of cadet training, as indicated by promotions, examinations and previous awards; and
5. Demonstrated good citizenship through community service.
Royal Canadian Legion Medal of Excellence – Due: Wed. Jan. 28
1. Met all requirements of the corps annual mandatory and optional training programs;
2. Participated in a minimum of three community services events, in addition to those supported by the cadet corps;
3. Regarded by peers and superiors as exemplifying the model cadet; and
4. Enhanced the corps through:
a. Co-operation with peers and subordinates;
c. Promoting good will and morale within the corps;
d. Aiding in the development of group identity and cohesiveness;
e. Supporting and assisting fellow unit members; and
f. His/her involvement in the local community.
Lord Strathcona Medal – Due: Wed. Jan. 28
1. Have a high level of physical fitness;
2. Have qualified to a training level not below Petty Officer Second Class;
3. Have met all requirements of their corps mandatory training program and attended at least 75 per cent of the scheduled training parades in the year of nomination;
4. Have met all requirements of their corps optional/support training program and participated in at least 50 per cent of scheduled activities in the year of nomination;
5. Have completed three years as a cadet; and
6. Be regarded by peers and supervisors as exemplifying the model cadet.
- Last Updated: 05 January 2015
Summer Camp Info
Check out our Facebook post for information on which summer camps are available for specific phases!
- Last Updated: 10 December 2014