- Level 4 qualified by 1 Sep 2023.
- 17 years of age by 1 July 2023 course start date.
- Minimum rank of WO2.
- Must be available for the full duration of the course.
- Will be returning to the squadron for the 23/24 training year to impart knowledge and leadership skills from the program to the local squadron.
- Participation in fitness testing with a minimum of Bronze achieved.
- Fluent in English (spoken & written).
- Minimum of Completed Without Difficulty in PO 403 (Leadership).
- Must have successfully completed an Instructor level course (Drill and Ceremonial Instructor, Fitness and Sports Instructor, Survival Instructor, or Air Rifle Marksmanship Instructor) or National Summer Training Course (Glider Pilot Training, Power Pilot Training, Advanced Aviation, Airport Maintenance, Airport Operations, Advanced Aerospace).
- Must have a valid Canadian Passport that is not expiring within 6 months of return date to Canada.
- May have to complete interview and selection process IAW CJCR Gp O 8060-7
- Activated C365 account and access to Teams and Outlook.
- No Participation Limitations.
15 Jul – 31 Aug 2023 (not including travel)
In person training only.
The Commander Natl CJCR SP GR has approved the establishment of a bi-lateral international cadet exchange with the USA Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program (CP). The objective of this exchange program is to promote friendship, mutual understanding and trust between Canada and the US in order to enhance international relations and contribute to broader social development of our youth through enhancement of knowledge and development of skills through exposure to different training methods, history and culture.
CAP COS is the pinnacle leadership activity of the CAP CP, and bases its curriculum on the fundamental notion that leadership development requires academic study, exciting hands-on projects, adult mentoring, and reflection. The curriculum, delivered through academic instruction, seminars, and experiential learning and leadership opportunities is divided into six blocks that include leadership, communication, character, airspace and cyberspace, strategic thinking and administration.
This is a Nationally Directed Activity (NDA) vice CTC Course. Selected cadets will meet at a centralized location prior to travelling to the USA. Training centre will provide host country brief, confirm cadet meets prerequisites to participate in training and ensure cadet meets all requirements for travel. Cadets will participate in activities established by the USA Civil Air Patrol Cadet Officer School Program as well as other aviation related training opportunities. Visit the Civil Air Patrol website to learn more.