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    Child Safeguarding Officer Squadron Leader P Doolan RAFVR T Email Wing First Aid Training Dep Child Safeguarding Media Officer Squadron Leader L Bushell Hawke RAFVR T Email Wing Sports Officer Squadron Leader S Reed RAFVR T Email Wing Radio Officer Squadron Leader K Hemsil RAFVR T Email Adventure Training Officer Flight Lieutenant T Windo RAFVR T Email Wing Band Officer Flight Lieutenant A Costin RAFVR T Email Ten Tors Officer

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/whoweare-appointments.htm (2016-04-25)
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    are a very important part of the organisation in fact there are Civilian Committees at each level in the organisation including representation at the Air Defence Council They are set up to ensure the welfare of the cadets is maintained through suitable management of the Wing and Squadron funds as well as maintaining a set direction Most Civilian Committees are made up of parents and local interested parties e g representative from the local Royal British Legion It is great way parents who are not able to give much time commitment in being part of the Squadron and being kept up to date with all that is happening at the Squadron If you wish would like more information on joining a Civilian Committee please contact your local Squadron Like all committees there are appointed roles to manage the Committee Your local Squadron Commander will be able to advise you of the appointed officers in the Squadron Civilian Committee The Wing Civilian Committe Officers are Wing Representative Chair Dr S Beigton Email Wing Honorary Secretary Mr M Richards Wing Honorary Treasurer Mr J Jenkins WING CHAPLAINCY Like the Wing Civilian Committee the Wing Chaplaincy is a key part of the organisation

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/whoweare-wingcommittee.htm (2016-04-25)
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    checks with the Criminal Records Bureau CRB as well as internal security checks Staff also have training including child safety In addition to the security checks staff running activities are suitably qualified and trained in the activity they are involved in Only through suitable cleared and qualified staff do we run activities MORE INFORMATION Should you require further details on the Air Cadet Organisation s child protection policy please view

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/adultinfo-child.htm (2016-04-25)
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    Some weekend events where food and accommodation are provided also incur a charge typically 10 Many activities including flying gliding and shooting are totally free The uniform is also on a free loan basis You will need to provide footwear however there are many military stores and online retailers see our Links page who provide discount to members of cadet organisations WHAT AGE CAN MY CHILD JOIN Cadets can join from their 13th birthday However some activities do require the cadet to have reached an older age e g they must be 13 1 4 to go flying 14 years to undertake full bore shooting WHY DO CADETS WEAR A UNIFORM The Air Cadet Organisation is a military youth organisation affiliated to the Royal Air Force They therefore wear the same uniform as Royal Air Force personnel while they are on cadet activities WILL MY CHILD BE EXPECTED TO JOIN THE ARMED SERVICES In short no While some cadets go on by their own choice to join the military there is no expectation for them to do so However their experience and training as a cadet is held in high regard by many civilian employers so being a cadet can be an advantage regardless of their career choice WHO SUPERVISES THE CADETS All staff are volunteers who dedicate their time for the benefit of the cadets Staff are vetted and security checked as well as receiving training to allow them to supervise cadets Staff running activities will be fully qualified in that activity Squadrons are commanded by officers commissioned in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Training Branch and assisted by other officers and uniform Non Commissioned Officers and non uniformed Civilian Instructors WILL MY CHILD BE EXPECTED TO JOIN THE ARMED SERVICES In short no While some cadets go

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/adultinfo-faqs.htm (2016-04-25)
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    are expected to wear while on duty to allow easy recognition as being staff by any visitors Civilian Instructors are an invaluable part of the Squadron and will provide face to face training with the cadets in various activities Civilian Instructors are provided with training to ensure that they are equipped with the skills to undertake their duties Some of the training and qualifications gained as a Civilian Instructor could be of use outside the organisation UNIFORMED STAFF Uniformed staff consist of officers who are commissioned in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Training Branch and Non Commissioned Officers NCOs in the Air Training Corps The officers are bound by the Royal Air Force Regulations as well as the Air Cadet Organisation regulations Officers and NCOs undertake selection procedure which if successful will result in them attending Royal Air Force College Cranwell where they undertake the Initial Officers Course or Sergeants Course Only if they pass the course are they permitted to remain in uniform Both officers and NCOs follow the same rank structure as the Royal Air Force up to the rank of Wing Commander For officers to command a squadron they must complete the Senior Officers Course at

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/adultinfo-staff.htm (2016-04-25)
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    the committee Being part of the committee requires minimal commitment of time with most committees meeting for a couple of hours every couple of months Being a committee member is an excellent way of keeping in touch with what the Squadron is doing as the Squadron Commander will be invited to the meeting to give a report Like may other committees they have a Chairperson a Treasurer and a Secretary

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/adultinfo-committee.htm (2016-04-25)
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    reliability and patience As a staff member you will need to be responsible for young persons you will be supported through training to give you all the necessary skills required to be a staff member in the Air Cadet Organisation Joining as Squadron staff you will be become a Civilian Instructor responsible for supervision of cadets You will also assist in delivering a training program If you require you can

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/adultinfo-volunteering.htm (2016-04-25)
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    on valuable advice to the senior cadet NCOs who organised many of the activities under the command of the Wing Fieldcraft Officer The pictures below are thumbnails click on the thumbnail for full size images Safety Brief Meal Time Lunch is served Camp Scraesdon Lesson 1 All round defence Patrol drill Patrol Knot skills More knots a stretcher Spot the sniper One sniper spotted Applying cammo cream More cammo cream

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/Scraesdon-May-15.htm (2016-04-25)
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