Summer & Winter Training

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Summer / Winter Training Information and Schedule

 

Summer and Winter Training Minimum Requirements:
All cadets must complete Orientation or Recruit Training before attending any Advanced Training.

  • League Cadet Orientation (7 day Boot Camp for ages 10 to 13 year old cadets)
  • Sea Cadet Recruit Training (14 day Boot Camp for 14 to 18 year old cadets).

NLCC League Cadet Orientation:

League Cadet Orientation (7 Day Module). League Cadet Orientation is the cadet’s introduction to military routine and discipline and is the cadet’s first step towards advancing in the League Program. Cadets spend one week learning basic Navy subjects, elementary seamanship, basic damage control, and quarter’s maintenance.  League Cadets do not have to complete BMR training before attending.

 

NSCC Sea Cadet Recruit Training: 

Recruit Training (Fourteen Day Module). Recruit training is the cadet’s introduction to military routine and discipline and is the cadets first step towards advancing in the Sea Cadet Program. Cadets spend two weeks learning basic Navy subjects, elementary seamanship, basic damage control, and quarter’s maintenance. Additionally, cadets participate in Physical Fitness Training. While attending Recruit Training a cadet must pass a Physical Fitness Test in order to receive credit for completing Recruit Training  (***See note at the bottom of the page***) . Successful completion of Recruit Training is required before attending Advanced Training. It is the unit Commanding Officers responsibility to ensure cadets are prepared medically, physically and psychologically prior to attending Recruit Training. To qualify for Recruit Training a cadet must meet the below requirements.

 

  1. Be enrolled in the NSCC program a minimum of six weeks prior to the start of Recruit Training. This time limit is established to ensure proper enrollment, opportunity to get required uniforms and opportunity to complete BMR requirements. If a new cadet can meet all these requirements in under 6 weeks, he or she can go.
  2. Be age 14 prior to 1 September of the training year or be a former NLCC Cadet who is age 13 and has successfully completed NLCC Orientation Training scheduled by NHQ and is considered “mature” enough by the unit commanding officer.
  3. Passed the Physical Fitness Test at the unit prior to attending Recruit Training. (***See note at the bottom of the page***)
  4. Successfully complete all 15 – BMR  Assignments prior to reporting to Recruit Training. These assignments will provide the cadet the requisite knowledge needed to complete recruit training.   The unit commanding officers signature on the orders certifies the cadet is ready for training, which includes having completed the BMR .  Sea Cadets should see Instructor Ivy Francis to signup for BMR course and get testing requirements.
  5. Obtain the required uniform items (Sea Bag List) and comply with directives directed by the Commanding Officer of Training Contingent (COTC)
  6. Visit all websites specified by the Training Contingent for pre-training information.

 Summer and Winter Advanced Training Logistics
It is the parent’s responsibility to arrange transportation for their child to and from the training site. This means from the doorstep of the unit-drilling site or individual residence to the doorstep of the training site. When using commercial transportation in addition to airline or train tickets, fees for taxi or shuttle bus should be considered. As a courtesy ONLY, COTC’s may offer travel assistance to and from local airports, train stations or bus stations.

  1. Training evolution’s is dependent upon escort availability, host site accommodations, and host training site security measures in effect at the time of training.  NHQ will not reimburse for airline tickets, changes, or penalties regardless of reason.
  2. Some commercial air carriers do not allow under aged children to travel un-escorted by an adult. If parents or units arrange for unaccompanied commercial travel for cadets be sure to ask if the carrier will honor your arrangement.
  3. Parents must be reminded to respect security when entering military bases. Most NSCC training is conducted on milit
    ary bases. Base security personnel are very sensitive to visitors and are very focused on their particular base security measures. These security measures pertain to cadets/adults attending training evolutions on the Summer Training Schedule and “Locally Arranged Training”.

 

 

Now Here is the good stuff 

Go to the  Summer and Winter Training link below and research the trainings that are listed, remember that your cadet must complete League Cadet Orientation (7 day Boot Camp for ages 10 to 13 year old cadets, or Sea Cadet Recruit Training (14 day Boot Camp for 14 to 18 year old cadets. Make sure that the dates don’t conflict with other trainings that you pick, and research travel arrangements before requesting orders for the training.  If you have questions consult your local Officers and Staff for more information.

 

Important : Do not attempt to contact the officers or staff of the summer and winter training or send request for training directly, all requests must go through our local admin staff.  

 

 

Summer / Winter Training Information and Schedule

 

  Important : Do not attempt to contact the officers or staff of the summer and winter training or send request for training directly, all requests must go through our local admin staff.