If you would like to be
considered for a leadership position for the 2016/17 Cadet Year, in either
the Fall/Winter or Spring Terms, please complete and submit the application
below. ALL the information requested is required.
Master Warrant Officer
your current qualification levels:
competed on the:
Special Cadet Parades:
48th Remembrance Day
Other Regimental Events:
Leadership Experience - Have you been selected as a:
Cadet Team Captain:
How many years
have you been at SAC?
What Duke of
Ed level have you completed?
Do you have any other leadership achievements not
covered by the questions above?
(Do not just paste your resume here.).
Instructor Leadership Opportunities
Training in Fall and Winter Terms requires Star Level Instructors. Each Platoon
Instructor is assigned to a green, red, silver or gold star platoon. Their
responsibility is to ensure that the Cadets in that platoon are the best
trained they can possibly be. Platoon Instructors must ensure that each
Cadet has every opportunity to succeed, offering extra help sessions etc.
as required. The Senior Instructor looks after the Instructors and reports
directly to the CO. This is usually reserved for second year Instructors.
are interested in teaching, please check one of the following:
Green Star Instructor
Red Star Instructor
Silver Star Instructor
Gold Star Instructor
are assigned for the Spring Term. Each position has a slightly different
requirement. The Sergeants and Warrant Officers deal with training, while
the Company Sergeant Majors (MWO) and Regimental Sergeant Major (RSM)
deals with drill, dress and deportment. The Officers are responsible for
carrying out training plans and policies and are involved in the decisions
of the Company and ultimately the Cadet Corps.
If you are
interested in a Battalion position, please check one or more of the following:
If all the information has
been completed, you may click Submit to send this application or
click Reset to start again.
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moment to submit - do NOT click the submit button more than once.