Canadian Cadet General Order (CANCDTGEN)

Completion of Cadet Program Initiatives / Projects

​​​B. ​CADET POPULATION GROWTH AWARDS, 1085-23-1 (D Cdts & JCR 7-2) dated 7 May 2014

  1. As directed at Reference A, Objective 4.2 - Cadet Population Growth Initiative (CPGI), the Cadet Instructors Cadre Military Employment Structure Change Management Project (CIC MES CMP) and the Cadet Program Update (CPU) initiatives have been closed and their outstanding issues captured within renewal. As a result, the terms “CPGI”, “CIC MES CMP” and “CPU” will no longer be used, except in a historic context.

  2. Reference B represents the last Cadet Population Growth Awards given under CPGI.  Initiatives to facilitate future growth of the Cadet Program will be managed under Renewal Objective 4.3 - Grow the Cadet and JCR Programs. During the three and a half years of the CPGI there has been an overall cadet population increase of 8.2% resulting in an additional 4,075 cadets who are experiencing our amazing program.

  3. The CIC MES CMP was a long-term project that updated CIC training and administration.  As a result, Chief of Military Personnel is now the occupational authority, with D Cdts & JCR as the occupational advisor and the designated training authority for the CIC Occupation.  As it has now reached steady state, the CIC occupation will continue to be maintained and updated through the normal CAF process (CFITES) managed by the CIC Training Section within D Cdts &JCR.

  4. The CPU was a significant effort over many years to modernize the Cadet Programs.  As with the CIC MES CMP, the cadet program has reached steady state and will continue to be kept up to date through the continuous improvement process managed by the Cadet Program Development and the Evaluation and Validation Sub-Sections within D Cdts & JCR.

  5. These major undertakings carried out over long periods have contributed significantly to advancing larger strategic change and have helped improve many facets of the Cadet Program and CIC training. The work was carried out by numerous national, regional and local staffs and representatives of the three Leagues. All are congratulated for their tremendous efforts and their time and talents, and for helping lead change within the Canadian Cadet Movement.
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