The Royal Canadian Sea Cadets is an organization designed to provide youth ages 12 to 18 with the opportunity to gain leadership skills, nautical skills, communication skills and much more. Sea Cadets participate in a wide variety of training, and have the opportunity to learn about nautical topics including sailing, naval traditions, power boat operation, communication at sea and more. Sea Cadets also participate in activities related to the military, including precision drill and developing survival and marksmanship skills.

Sea Cadet training happens in three main segments. The regular training occurs during mandatory training nights which are hosted every Wednesday night, from 1830 to 2130 at Juno Beach Academy. Weekend training occurs on weekends throughout the cadet year which consist of activities such as shooting, outdoor adventure training, sailing, drill and musical instruction. Sea Cadets also have the chance to further their skills and learn new ones at summer training centres, which are either two, three or six weeks long and based on a wide variety of skill sets and interests.

Effort put into the Sea Cadet program by Cadets does not go unnoticed. There are various forms of recognition, including promotions, awards, certificates and medals.

We meet at Juno Beach Academy (315 - 86th Ave SE, Calgary) every Wednesday night from 1830 to 2130. Stop by and give us a try! The cadet program is a federally funded program, requiring only your commitment and time as a form of payment.  For more information, call our corps phone at 403 835-1344.

Sound like a good program? You can get more information about how to sign up by:
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Stopping by on a Wednesday night at Juno Beach Academy 315 86 Ave SE, Calgary
Phoning us at (403) 835-1344