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Air Cadet Training Levels

All Level Badges

LEVEL ONE

Level 1 – QSP

Level 1 – Instructional Guide (Complete)

Level 1 – Instructional Guide by Chapter:

PO X01 – PARTICIPATE IN CITIZENSHIP ACTIVITIES

PO X02 – PERFORM COMMUNITY SERVICE

PO 103 – PARTICIPATE AS A MEMBER OF A TEAM

PO X04 – TRACK PARTICIPATION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES

PO X05 – PARTICIPATE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES

PO 106 – FIRE THE CADET AIR RIFLE

PO 107 – SERVE IN AN AIR CADET SQUADRON

PO 108 – PERFORM DRILL MOVEMENTS DURING AN ANNUAL CEREMONIAL REVIEW

PO 111 – PARTICIPATE IN RECREATIONAL SUMMER BIATHLON ACTIVITIES

PO X20 – PARTICIPATE IN CANADIAN FORCES (CF) FAMILIARIZATION ACTIVITIES

PO 121 – PARTICIPATE IN CANADIAN AVIATION, AEROSPACE AND AERODROME OPERATIONS COMMUNITY FAMILIARIZATION ACTIVITIES

PO 129 – COMMUNICATE USING THE PHONETIC ALPHABET AND NUMBERS

PO 130 – PARTICIPATE IN AVIATION ACTIVITIES

PO 140 – PARTICIPATE IN AEROSPACE ACTIVITIES

PO 160 – PARTICIPATE IN AERODROME OPERATIONS ACTIVITIES

PO 170 – DISCUSS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND MANUFACTURING

PO 190 – PARTICIPATE IN AN AIRCREW SURVIVAL EXERCISE

LEVEL TWO

Level 2 – QSP

Level 2 – Instructional Guide (Complete)

Level 2 – Instructional Guide by Chapter:

PO 203 – DEMONSTRATE LEADERSHIP ATTRIBUTES WITHIN A PEER SETTING

PO 206 – FIRE THE CADET AIR RIFLE DURING RECREATIONAL MARKSMANSHIP

PO 207 – SERVE IN AN AIR CADET SQUADRON

PO 208 – EXECUTE DRILL AS A MEMBER OF A SQUAD

PO 211 – PARTICIPATE IN COMPETITIVE SUMMER BIATHLON ACTIVITIES

PO 230 – DISCUSS CANADIAN AVIATION HISTORY

PO 231 – EXPLAIN PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT

PO 232 – IDENTIFY CHARACTERISTICS OF PISTON-POWERED AIRCRAFT

PO 260 – PARTICIPATE IN AERODROME OPERATIONS ACTIVITIES

PO 270 – DISCUSS AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING AND MAINTENANCE                     

PO 290 – PARTICIPATE IN A FIELD EXERCISE

LEVEL THREE

Level 3 – QSP

Level 3 – Instructional Guide (Complete)

Level 3 – Instructional Guide by Chapter:

PO 303 – PERFORM THE ROLE OF A TEAM LEADER

PO 306 – FIRE THE CADET AIR RIFLE DURING RECREATIONAL MARKSMANSHIP

PO 307 – SERVE IN AN AIR CADET SQUADRON

PO 308 – DIRECT A FLIGHT PRIOR TO A PARADE

PO 309 – INSTRUCT A LESSON

PO 311 – PARTICIPATE IN A RECREATIONAL SUMMER BIATHLON ACTIVITY

PO 331 – DESCRIBE PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT

PO 336 – IDENTIFY METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS

PO 337 – DEMONSTRATE AIR NAVIGATION SKILLS

PO 340 – IDENTIFY ASPECTS OF SPACE EXPLORATION

PO 360 – RECOGNIZE ASPECTS OF AERODROME OPERATIONS

PO 370 – RECOGNIZE ASPECTS OF AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING AND MAINTENANCE

PO 390 – NAVIGATE A ROUTE USING A MAP AND COMPASS

LEVEL FOUR

Level 4 – QSP

Level 4 – Instructional Guide (Complete)

Level 4 – Instructional Guide by Chapter:

PO 403 – ACT AS A TEAM LEADER

PO 406 – FIRE THE CADET AIR RIFLE DURING RECREATIONAL MARKSMANSHIP

PO 407 – SERVE IN AN AIR CADET SQUADRON

PO 408 – COMMAND A FLIGHT ON PARADE

PO 409 – INSTRUCT A LESSON

PO 429 – COMMUNICATE USING RADIO PROCEDURES FOR AVIATION PROCEDURES

PO 431 – EXPLAIN PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT

PO 432 – DESCRIBE AERO ENGINE SYSTEMS

PO 436 – EXPLAIN ASPECTS OF METEOROLOGY

PO 437 – EXPLAIN ASPECTS OF AIR NAVIGATION

PO 440 – DISCUSS AEROSPACE STRUCTURES

PO 460 – DESCRIBE AERODROME OPERATIONS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

PO 470 – DISCUSS ASPECTS OF AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING AND MAINTENANCE

PO 490 – PARTICIPATE IN AN AIRCREW SURVIVAL EXERCISE  

LEVEL 5

LEVEL 5 – QSP

LEVEL 5 – INDEPENDENT STUDY PACKAGES:

CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP

GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP

EXAMINE MEETING PROCEDURES  

REFLECT ON PERSONAL FITNESS AND HEALTHY LIVING

IDENTIFY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES FOR A CIC OFFICER

IDENTIFY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE ACLC

REFLECT UPON THE CADET EXPERIENCE

MONITOR INSTRUCTION

FLY A CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT USING A FLIGHT SIMULATOR

REFLECT ON CANADA’S CONTRIBUTION TO AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY

EXAMINE ASPECTS OF FLIGHT SAFETY

THE CANADIAN BUSH PILOT INDUSTRY

ASPECTS OF AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING AND MAINTENANCE THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF AEROBATIC AIRCRAFT

ANALYZE AN AIRCREW SURVIVAL CASE STUDY

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