The Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers remains committed to ensuring that Canadian youth have access to challenging and unique experiences focused on leadership, citizenship, healthy living and stimulating interesting the sea, land and air activities Canadian Armed Forces. We recognize that there may be a lot of questions about summer 2021, but the quick answer is we do not know exactly what summer 2021 will look like but we are planning for all scenarios so we can offer the best experiences to our program participants.
Cadet Activity Programs (CAP)
The Cadet Activity Program or CAP for short, is a localized five to ten-day cadet activity. Cadets can expect to have fun and challenging opportunities for the periods of spring break and in the summer. CAP is not intended to replace localized training or summer training. This program has been designed to augment these experiences and provide a collaborative and engaging environment for cadets to participate in.
Cadet Training Centres (Virtual)
The Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers remain committed to providing youth with experiences they can’t get anywhere else. After a successful trial of virtual courses in summer 2020, staff have been hard at work to develop, design, and amend courses so that they can be offered in the summer of 2021. Cadet Training Centres (Virtual) have been designed to provide access to training and experiences to the maximum the number of experiences for youth possible across the country. These opportunities are in line with the modernization of the Cadet Program.
Hybrid training means a combination of online learning and in-person activities. Cadets who participate in a hybrid course can expect to learn theoretical information online and then be asked to put these skills into practice in-person.
Cadet Training Centres (In-house)
The CJCR is committed to offering youth experiences they can’t get anywhere else. For the summer of 2021, the CJCR is planning to offer as many in-person summer courses possible within the safety guidelines and current realities. The decisions surrounding which courses are being offered were not easy to make. Courses were prioritized based on courses that effect the capability of providing quality localized training programs in the future.
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