What do they do at Sea Cadets?

The Sea Cadet Corps (SCC) offers a wide range of activities from sailing and canoeing, rock climbing, engineering, IT and communications, to music and cookery.

What do they do at Sea Cadets?

The Sea Cadet Corps (SCC) offers a wide range of activities from sailing and canoeing, rock climbing, engineering, IT and communications, to music and cookery.

How often do Sea Cadets meet?

Time commitment varies from unit-to-unit, but a typical unit will meet for one weekend a month, called a drill weekend. Additional training opportunities of varying lengths are often made available throughout the year.

What activities do junior Sea Cadets do?

In addition to the section activities, junior Sea Cadets have the opportunity to gain up to four proficiency qualifications – including boat work activities and a unit-based Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) activities which engage cadets in thinking about how boats float through to how we can …

What age are Sea Cadets?

Sea Cadets is the UK’s largest maritime youth charity, established in 1856 and working in over 400 units with 14,000 cadets aged between 10 and 18. Cadets learn life skills like leadership and team working through nautical adventure activities, and can earn extra qualifications which give youngsters a head start.

How old are cadets?

Youth members must be at least 12 years old and not yet 19 years old. Special school squadrons accept cadets under the age of 12 as long as they are in the sixth grade. You’ll know it’s a school squadron because the units have 800 series charter numbers.

What are the different uses of a Sea Cadet Bell?

The Sea Cadet Corps continues to maintain the tradition. ALARM: It should be used to raise the alarm in the event of a fire or other emergency. At Sea it might be used to warn other ship’s of your approach in fog. TOLLING: It can be used in exactly the same way as a Church Bell would be used, to call the Ship’s Com[any to Prayers.

Where is HM The Queen Marine Society and Sea Cadets registered?

Patron: HM The Queen Marine Society and Sea Cadets is a charity registered in England and Wales 313013 and in Scotland SC037808 USEFUL LINKS MSSC Terms & Conditions Marine Society Contact Sea Cadets Shop Members Report Abuse Safeguarding Privacy POST Careers Fundraising promise NAVAL LOREM IPSUM EXERCITATION ENIM IPSAM FUGIA Search QUIZZES NAVAL

How do I log in to my cadet account?

If you’ve already signed up, enter the email address held for you in Westminster as your contact details’ (the ‘Westminster’ system is the place where all cadet records are held and maintained by your officers) and password. Then select the ‘LOG IN’ button.