JLBC – GENERAL JLBC CADET KNOWLEDGE


JLBC PHASE 1 - HANDBOOK

JLBC – GENERAL JLBC CADET KNOWLEDGE

Discuss Year One Training

Identify JLBC Cadet and JLBC Officer Ranks

Observe Rules and Procedures for the Paying of Compliments

State the Aim and Motto of the JLBC Cadet Program

Wear the JLBC Cadet Uniform

Discuss Summer Training Opportunities

Maintain the JLBC Cadet Uniform

Participate in a Tour of the Corps

Participate in an Activity about the History of the Corps

JLBC – Discuss Year One Training

Importance: An overview of the training opportunities provided to Phase One JLBC cadets prepares new cadets for the training year. They will be able to see how training fits together and identify areas they are particularly interested in. This overview should excite and energize JLBC cadets for the coming year.

JLBC PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

Joint cadet training applies to sea, army, and air cadets. POs for these common cadet subjects are as follows:

Positive Social Relations for Youth Participate in Positive Social Relations for Youth Training 101 Citizenship Perform - Individual Acts that Better the Community

Community Service - Perform Community ServiceLeadership - Participate as a Member of a Team

Personal Fitness and Healthy Living - Track Participation in Physical Activities

Physical Activities - Participate in Physical Activities

Marksmanship - Fire the Cadet Air Rifle

General Cadet Knowledge - Serve in a Sea Cadet Corps

Drill - Perform Drill Movements During an Annual Ceremonial Review

Biathlon - Participate in Recreational Summer Biathlon Activities

JLBC CADET TRAINING

Navy and Maritime Community -

Become Familiar with the Sea Element of the JLBC Forces and Maritime Community Ropework - Perform Basic Ropework

Small Craft Operation - Participate in a Small Craft Operations Weekend

Ship’s Operations - Respond to Basic Forms of Naval Communication

Nautical Training - Participate in a Nautical Training Weekend

JLBC – Sea Cadet Inter-Divisional Seamanship Competition

JLBC CORPS OPTIONAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Optional training offered at the JLBC cadet corps varies depending on several factors. Some of these opportunities are dependent on the availability and qualification of staff and resources of the company. The unit may offer such activities as:

• Cultural education/travel,

• Music (military band and pipes and drums),

• Winter biathlon,

• First-aid,

• Drill teams, and

• Other optional training that the unit and sponsor choose to pursue.

CLOSING STATEMENT – There is a wide variety of training available in Phase One. Cadets should look for activities that interest them outside the mandatory training. The JLBC cadet will benefit more from this program by getting involved in these activities.

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