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2824 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps the Cadet Organization Police School (C.O.P.S.) is a free program for youth ages 12-18 who are interested in participating in a variety of fun, challenging and rewarding activities. Cadets are encouraged to become active, responsible members of their communities. They make valuable contributions to Canadian society on a daily basis in terms of environmental, citizenship and community activities. The mission of the Cadet Program is citizenship, leadership, physical fitness and to stimulate an interest in the Canadian Forces. Peel Regional Police Service (PRP) is the official sponsor of the C.O.P.S. program.
Summer Training Load List 23 March 2015
SELECTED = you have been accepted.
SUBMITTED = “Offer Sent”, waiting for offer.
It is still VERY early in the selection period and I am confident that more offers will be sent forward. Only complete the steps below when you have been SELECTED! Your camp selection may change.
For Cadets who have been SELECTED for Summer Training you WILL complete the “Offer of Participation”:
- “ Offer of Participation” Click on the link at the bottom of the email sent to you
- Insert Surname, Given Name & location of Training ( reference the LOAD List),
- Select Your Course ( reference the LOAD List),
- Select Your Training Dates,
- Select the Offer,
- Have there been any medical changes – since the last verification Oct 2014 or upon enrolment, and
- Print off your confirmation.
Capt N.K. Dearing, CD
7750 Brampton, ON L6V 3W6
Duke of Edinburgh Sign Up
2824 RCAC will start accepting applications for the “ The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Bronze 2015-2016” .
The first 30 Cadets to sign up will be invited to attend an information meeting.
Registration fee: There is a small registration fee of approximately $30, required to cover the cost of your record book and programme administration.
Cadets must be 14 years old as of 01 July 2015.
Date: Tuesday 21 April 2015
Time: 1900 hours
Location: 180 Derry Road
Instructors: Capt Dearing
Admin: Bring a $30 cheque payable to “ The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award”.
Persons: Cadet and x1 parent/guardian
Web Site : http://www.dukeofed.org/
Summary of Conditions: http://www.dukeofed.org/_uploads/National/documents/Summaryofconditions2013_Newrules.pdf
The following Cadets have registered for DoE 2015-2016 Bronze:
1. Pecore, O
2. Xue, Alex
5. Kapur, Manavjeet
11. Clarke, Grace-Anne
12. Clarke, H
What is the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award?
Let’s start with a bit of history. The Award was founded in 1956 by HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh K.G. K.T. in London, England. The Award came to Canada in 1963. Today, it’s run in more than 140 countries around the globe. To date nearly 8 million young people (ages 14 to 24) have challenged themselves by participating in The Award.
It’s about setting and achieving goals. It’s about getting physically fit, participating in new activities, and pursuing current interests in a more in-depth way. It’s about giving back to the community. It’s about having fun, making friends, and pushing your own limits. It’s about Making a Difference in your own life and the lives of others. It’s about Bronze, Silver, and Gold, and the opportunity to be awarded for your hard work and determination. It’s about being the kind of young person who’s motivated, social, and committed. It’s about learning skills for life, boosting your resume, and standing out amongst your peers. It’s all about YOU!
Who can do The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award?
Absolutely anyone between the ages of 14 and 24! It is open to males and females, regardless of ability, social, economic, religious, or ethnic background.
How long will it take?
Well, that depends on which level of The Award you’re working on. Bronze takes at least 6 months to complete, Silver takes a minimum of 12 months, and Gold a minimum of 18 months. You can work on all four sections (Service, Skills, Adventurous Journey, and Physical Fitness) at the same time so it won’t interfere with your social life or distract you from your studies.