NATIONAL SUMMER TRAINING
COURSE SELECTION
IN MANITOBA
Air Cadets at Summer Training

1. The Air Cadet League of Canada (ACL) and the Department of National Defence (DND) are jointly responsible for the identification of Air Cadets to participate in National Summer Training Courses (NSTC). For more than sixty years the civilian and military partnership has promoted the well being of Canadian Youth through their support of a number of challenging training opportunities. The NSTC that utilize all or portions of this selection process are as follows:

  • Advanced Aerospace Course
  • Advanced Aviation Technology - Aircraft Maintenance
  • Advanced Aviation Technology - Airport Operations
  • Glider Pilot
  • International Air Cadet Exchange
  • Power Pilot

2. The purpose of this document is to formalize the fundamental elements of the processes that are effectively employed in Manitoba to select qualified Air Cadets to participate in each of these courses. The processes were developed to meet two goals: one, to provide a consistent and fair method of selecting cadets; and two, to furnish the maximum objective scoring system to reduce or eliminate inconsistencies. Some subjectivity remains, but it is reduced to the minimum level possible while allowing some discretion for unique circumstances.

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EVALUATION CRITERIA

1. The evaluation criteria that are employed in the various stages of the Selection Process are intended to establish the merit of an Air Cadet within the home squadron and among his or her peers at the Regional or National level. The criteria and the weight assigned to each criterion may vary somewhat dependent upon the specific nature of the individual NSTC and are shown on the scoring guides shown below.

2. The six criteria that are utilized in the various portions of the Selection Process are:

Attitude, Motivation, Knowledge and Interest in Air Cadets

This portion of the evaluation criteria considers the effort demonstrated by an Air Cadet in participating in Air Cadet activities and the commitment of the Air Cadet to the overall objectives of the organization. The specific items which will be considered in establishing a ranking for an Air Cadet in this element of the evaluation are:

  • Length of cadet service
  • Training level achieved
  • Rank achieved
  • Summer courses attended
  • Participation in support of his or her home squadron, comunity and school

This portion of the evaluation will be completed prior to the scheduled interview with the Air Cadet on the basis of the support material provided with the Air Cadet's nomination.

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Attitude, Motivation, Knowledge and Interest toward the Subject Matter

This portion of the evaluation considers the effort of the cadet to prepare for the subject matter of the desired NSTC and the Air Cadet's overall level of interest in the subject. The assessment is based upon a narrative that is prepared by the cadet and through the Air Cadet's scheduled interview.

In the narrative it is intended that Air Cadets demonstrate their level of interest and commitment to the subject course. Candidates are expected to present a thoughtful and individual statement expressing their interest in the subject course, their effort to prepare for the course and the manner in which the course will contribute to their future plans. For the specific details regarding completion of the narrative please refer to the Cadet Selection Board Handbook that is found on this web site,

During the interview process the material covered in the narrative may be discussed in addition to technical aspects of the subject NSTC. This component of the criteria may be utilized to assess the inter-personal and communication skills of Air Cadets applying for the International Air Cadet Exchange. The specific items which will be considered in establishing a ranking for an Air Cadet in this element of the evaluation are:

  • Interest in subject matter
  • Efforts to prepare
  • Contribute to future plans
  • Technical knowledge

This portion of the evaluation will be completed at the time of the scheduled interview with the Air Cadet and will substantiate or expand upon the information given by the cadet in his or her narrative.

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Education

Variations in local education policies are such that it may be very difficult to compare the achievement and performance of competing Air Cadets. However, it is accepted that the performance of an Air Cadet in school is an important indicator of merit. Particular care must be taken to ensure that an Air Cadet who attends a school that employs a semester system receives the appropriate credit for their accomplishments.

The Squadron Sponsoring Committee (SSC) Chairperson and Squadron Commanding Officer (CO) are to ensure that an Air Cadet, who attends a school which employs a semester system, and who is applying for a NSTC submits a school report for the last Grade completed.

This portion of the evaluation will be completed prior to the scheduled interview with the Air Cadet on the basis of the support material supplied with the Air Cadet's nomination.

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General Knowledge

The General Knowledge portion of the criteria considers an Air Cadet's awareness of current affairs and the respective roles of the ACL and the DND in the Air Cadet movement. The specific items which will be considered in establishing a ranking for an Air Cadet in this element of the evaluation are:

  • Current affairs
  • ACL organization
  • DND organization

This portion of the evaluation will be completed at the time of the scheduled interview with the Air Cadet.

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Dress, Deportment and Self Expression

All Air Cadets who apply for and are nominated for a NSTC are expected to maintain very high standards of dress and deportment. At the squadron level this assessment is based on long term performance. When cadets are interviewed for a NSTC consideration should be limited to the Air Cadet's appearance before the interview board. The specific items which will be considered in establishing a ranking for an Air Cadet in this element of the evaluation are:

  • Dress
  • Deportment and self-expression

This portion of the evaluation will be completed at the time of the scheduled interview with the Air Cadet.

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Qualifying Examination

Air Cadets who wish to participate in the Flying Scholarship and Gliding Scholarship are required to sit for and pass a national qualification examination that is prepared annually by the Directorate of Cadets. No Air Cadet who has failed to achieve a mark of 50% on the qualification examination may be nominated for either a Flying Scholarship or Gliding Scholarship.

The mark obtained on the qualification examination is incorporated into the overall evaluation of Flying and Gliding Scholarship candidates.

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EVALUATION MARK

1. An Air Cadet must achieve a combined mark of 60% in the evaluation phase of his or her application for a NSTC. No Air Cadet who has failed to achieve a mark of 60% during the evaluation process may be nominated for a NSTC.

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GLIDING SCHOLARSHIP 2015
1. ATTITUDE MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST IN AIR CADETS (20 POINTS MAXIMUM)
NUMBER OF YEARS OF CADET SERVICE (MAXIMUM 4 POINTS)
LENGTH OF SERVICE POINTS AWARDED
1 YEAR 1.0
2 YEARS 2.0
3 YEARS 3.0
4 YEARS OR MORE 4.0
TRAINING LEVEL (MAXIMUM 4 POINTS)
TRAINING LEVEL ACHIEVED POINTS AWARDED
LEVEL 2 3.0
LEVEL 3 OR HIGHER 4.0
RANK (MAXIMUM 4 POINTS)
RANK ACHIEVED POINTS AWARDED
LEADING AIR CADET 1.0
CORPORAL 2.0
FLIGHT CORPORAL 3.0
SERGEANT AND ABOVE 4.0
SUMMER COURSES (MAXIMUM 2 POINTS)
SUMMER COURSES ATTENDED POINTS AWARDED
GENERAL TRAINING COURSE 1.0
ADVANCED COURSE 2

EXAMPLE: A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED A GENERAL TRAINING COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 1 POINT PER COURSE AND A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED AN ADVANCED COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 2 POINTS PER ADVANCED COURSE TO A MAXIMUM OF 2 POINTS.

PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT OF THE SQUADRON COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL (MAXIMUM 6 POINTS)

ONE POINT WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH ACTIVITY UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS. APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: DRILL TEAM, FUND RAISING, CADETS CARING FOR CANADA, COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (TAG DAY, POPPY DAY, HEART & STROKE). COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE CHURCH, CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, ETC. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES NOT PART OF A COURSE OR CURRICULUM. A TOTAL OF 2 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH AREA (SQUADRON, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL).

2. ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST TOWARD SUBJECT MATTER (15 POINTS MAXIMUM)
INTEREST IN SUBJECT MATTER

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

EFFORT TO PREPARE

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE PLANS

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

EACH OF THE ABOVE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH REVIEW OF THE NARRATIVE AND AS A RESULT OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS.

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH THE INTERVIEW PROCESS.

3. EDUCATION (20 POINTS MAXIMUM)

BASED ON OVERALL COURSE AVERAGE % OF 20.0
(Based on last full year transcript / report card.)

4. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (5 POINTS MAXIMUM)
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

MAXIMUM 2.0 POINTS (.5 point per question)

CURRENT AFFAIRS

MAXIMUM 1.0 POINT (.5 point per question)

AIR CADET LEAGUE OF CANADA

MAXIMUM 1.0 POINT (.5 point per question)

DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE

MAXIMUM 1.0 POINT (.5 point per question)

5. DRESS AND DEPORTMENT (5 POINTS MAXIMUM)
DRESS - MAXIMUM 2.0 POINTS

AN ACO WILL EVALUATE THE APPEARANCE OF THE CADET: IE - CONDITION OF UNIFORM, BOOTS, HAIRCUT.

DEPORTMENT (MAXIMUM 3.0 POINTS)

EVALUATE THE CADET'S BEARING. ASK YOURSELF WILL HE / SHE PRESENT AN APPROPRIATE APPEARANCE AS AN AMBASSADOR FOR THE AIR CADET MOVEMENT AND CANADA?

6. SELF-EXPRESSION (5 POINTS MAXIMUM)

EVALUATE THE CADET'S ABILITY TO EXPRESS HIM OR HERSELF. ASK YOURSELF IS THE CADET TIMID, CONFIDENT?

7. QUALIFYING EXAM (MAXIMUM 30 POINTS)

DIVIDE THE MARK RECORDED ON THE QUALIFYING EXAM BY 4 AND ENTER THE RESULT AS THE POINTS ACHIEVED

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS

1. EACH MEMBER OF THE REVIEW BOARD WILL HAVE THE SAME MARKS FOR SECTION 1 AND 3.

2. THE REVIEW BOARD WILL REACH A CONCENSUS ON MARKS FOR SECTION 2, 4 AND 6.

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INTERNATIONAL AIR CADET EXCHANGE 2015
1. ATTITUDE MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST IN AIR CADETS (35 POINTS MAXIMUM)
NUMBER OF YEARS OF CADET SERVICE (6 POINTS MAXIMUM)
LENGTH OF SERVICE POINTS AWARDED
4 YEARS 5.0
5 YEARS OR MORE 6.0
TRAINING LEVEL (6 POINTS MAXIMUM)
TRAINING LEVEL ACHIEVED POINTS AWARDED
LEVEL 4 5.0
LEVEL 5 6.0
RANK (6 POINTS MAXIMUM)
RANK ACHIEVED POINTS AWARDED
SERGEANT 4.0
FLIGHT SERGEANT 4.0
WARRANT OFFICER 2 5.0
WARRANT OFFICER 1 6.0
SUMMER COURSES (8 POINTS MAXIMUM)
SUMMER COURSES ATTENDED POINTS AWARDED
GENERAL TRAINING COURSE 2.0
ADVANCED COURSE 3.0

EXAMPLE: A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED A GENERAL TRAINING COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 2 POINTS PER COURSE AND A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED AN ADVANCED COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 3 POINTS PER COURSE TO A MAXIMUM OF 8 POINTS.

PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT OF THE SQUADRON, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL (9 POINTS MAXIMUM)

TWO POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH ACTIVITY UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 9 POINTS. APPROPRIATE ACTIVIES INCLUDE: DRILL TEAM, FUND RAISING, CADETS CARING FOR CANADA, COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (TAG DAY, POPPY DAY, HEART & STROKE), COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE CHURCH, CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, ETC. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES NOT PART OF A COURSE OR CURRICULUM). A TOTAL OF 3 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH AREA (SQUADRON, COMMUNITY, AND SCHOOL).

2. ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST TOWARD SUBJECT MATTER (15 POINTS MAXIMUM)

INTEREST IN SUBJECT MATTER

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

EFFORT TO PREPARE

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE PLANS

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

EACH OF THE ABOVE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH REVIEW OF THE NARRATIVE AND AS A RESULT OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS.

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH THE INTERVIEW PROCESS.

3. EDUCATION (20 POINTS MAXIMUM)
GRADE LEVEL ACHEIVED (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)
GRADE LEVEL ACHIEVED POINTS AWARDED
SENIOR 2 (GRADE 10) 5.0
SENIOR 3 (GRADE 11) 7.0
SENIOR 4 (GRADE 12) AND HIGHER 10.0
GRADE POINT AVERAGE (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)

BASED ON OVERALL COURSE AVERAGE % OF 10.0
(Based on last full year transcript / report card.)

4. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (15 POINTS MAXIMUM)
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

MAXIMUM 6.0 POINTS

CURRENT AFFAIRS

MAXIMUM 3.0 POINTS

AIR CADET LEAGUE OF CANADA

MAXIMUM 3.0 POINTS

DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE

MAXIMUM 3.0 POINTS

5. DRESS AND DEPORTMENT (5 POINTS MAXIMUM)
DRESS - MAXIMUM 2.0 POINTS

AN ACO WILL EVALUATE THE APPEARANCE OF THE CADET: IE - CONDITION OF UNIFORM, BOOTS, HAIRCUT.

DEPORTMENT - MAXIMUM 3.0 POINTS

EVALUATE THE CADET'S BEARING. ASK YOURSELF WILL HE / SHE PRESENT AN APPROPRIATE APPEARANCE AS AN AMBASSADOR FOR THE AIR CADET MOVEMENT AND CANADA?

6. SELF-EXPRESSION - 10 POINTS MAXIMUM
SELF-EXPRESSION

EVALUATE THE CADET'S ABILITY TO EXPRESS HIM OR HERSELF. ASK YOURSELF IS THE CADET TIMID, CONFIDENT?

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS

1. EACH MEMBER OF THE REVIEW BOARD WILL HAVE THE SAME MARKS FOR SECTION 1 AND 3.

2. THE REVIEW BOARD WILL REACH A CONSENSUS ON MARKS FOR SECTION 2, 4, AND 6.

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POWER FLYING SCHOLARSHIP 2015
1. ATTITUDE MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST IN AIR CADETS (20 POINTS MAXIMUM)
NUMBER OF YEARS OF CADET SERVICE (MAXIMUM 4 POINTS)
LENGTH OF SERVICE POINTS AWARDED
1 YEAR 1.0
2 YEARS 2.0
3 YEARS 3.0
4 YEARS OR MORE 4.0
TRAINING LEVEL (MAXIMUM 4 POINTS)
TRAINING LEVEL ACHIEVED POINTS AWARDED
LEVEL 3 3.0
LEVEL 4 OR HIGHER 4.0
RANK (MAXIMUM 4 POINTS)
RANK ACHIEVED POINTS AWARDED
CORPORAL 1.0
FLIGHT CORPORAL 2.0
SERGEANT 3.0
FLIGHT SERGEANT AND HIGHER 4.0
SUMMER COURSES (MAXIMUM 2 POINTS)
SUMMER COURSES ATTENDED POINTS AWARDED
GENERAL TRAINING COURSE 1.0
ADVANCED COURSE 2.0

EXAMPLE: A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED A GENERAL TRAINING COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 1 POINT AND A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED AN ADVANCED COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 2 POINTS PER ADVANCED COURSE TO A MAXIMUM OF 2 POINTS.

PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT OF THE SQUADRON, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL (MAXIMUM 6 POINTS)

ONE POINT WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH ACTIVITY UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS. APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: DRILL TEAM, FUND RAISING, CADETS CARING FOR CANADA, COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (TAG DAY, POPPY DAY, HEART & STROKE). COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE CHURCH, CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, ETC. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES NOT PART OF A COURSE OR CURRICULUM. A TOTAL OF 2 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH AREA (SQUADRON, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL).

2. ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST TOWARD SUBJECT MATTER (15 POINTS MAXIMUM)
INTEREST IN SUBJECT MATTER

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

EFFORT TO PREPARE

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE PLANS

MAXIMUM 5 POINTS

EACH OF THE ABOVE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH REVIEW OF THE NARRATIVE AND AS A RESULT OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS.

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH THE INTERVIEW PROCESS.

3. EDUCATION (20 POINTS MAXIMUM)

GRADE POINT AVERAGE

MAXIMUM OF 20 POINTS

BASED ON OVERALL COURSE AVERAGE % OF 20.0
(Based on Last full year transcript / report card)

4. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (5 POINTS MAXIMUM)
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

MAXIMUM 2.0 POINTS (.5 point per question)

CURRENT AFFAIRS

MAXIMUM 1.0 POINT (.5 point per question)

AIR CADET LEAGUE OF CANADA

MAXIMUM 1.0 POINT (.5 point per question)

DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE

MAXIMUM 1.0 POINT (.5 point per question)

5. DRESS AND DEPORTMENT (5 POINTS MAXIMUM)
DRESS - MAXIMUM 2.0 POINTS

AN ACO WILL EVALUATE THE APPEARANCE OF THE CADET: IE - CONDITION OF UNIFORM, BOOTS, HAIRCUT.

DEPORTMENT - MAXIMUM 3.0 POINTS

EVALUATE THE CADET'S BEARING. ASK YOURSELF WILL HE / SHE PRESENT AN APPROPRIATE APPEARANCE AS AN AMBASSADOR FOR THE AIR CADET MOVEMENT AND CANADA?

6. SELF-EXPRESSION (MAXIMUM 5.0 POINTS)

EVALUATE THE CADET'S ABILITY TO EXPRESS HIM OR HERSELF. ASK YOURSELF IS THE CADET TIMID, CONFIDENT?

7. QUALIFYING EXAM (30 POINTS MAXIMUM)

DIVIDE THE MARK RECORDED ON THE QUALIFYING EXAM BY 4 AND ENTER THE RESULT AS THE POINTS ACHIEVED

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS

1. EACH MEMBER OF THE REVIEW BOARD WILL HAVE THE SAME MARKS FOR SECTION 1 AND 3.

2. EACH MEMBER OF THE REVIEW BOARD WILL REACH A CONSENSUS ON MARKS FOR SECTIONS 2, 4 AND 6.

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ADVANCED AEROSPACE COURSE 2015
1. ATTITUDE MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST IN AIR CADETS (40 POINTS MAXIMUM)
NUMBER OF YEARS OF CADET SERVICE (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)
LENGTH OF SERVICE POINTS SCORED
1 YEAR 5.0
2 YEARS 7.0
3 YEARS OR MORE 10.0
TRAINING LEVEL (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)
TRAINING LEVEL ACHIEVED POINTS SCORED
LEVEL 1 6.0
LEVEL 2 8.0
LEVEL 3 OR HIGHER 10.0
RANK (8 POINTS MAXIMUM)
RANK ACHIEVED POINTS SCORED
LEADING AIR CADET 4.0
CORPORAL 6.0
FLIGHT CORPORAL AND HIGHER 8.0
SUMMER COURSES (6 POINTS MAXIMUM)
SUMMER COURSES ATTENDED POINTS SCORED
GENERAL TRAINING COURSE 2.0
ADVANCED COURSE 3.0

EXAMPLE: A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED A GENERAL TRAINING COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 2 POINTS PER COURSE AND A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED AN ADVANCED COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 3 POINTS PER ADVANCED COURSE TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS.

PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT OF THE SQUADRON (MAXIMUM 6 POINTS)

ONE POINT WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH ACTIVITY UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS. APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: DRILL TEAM, FUND RAISING, CADETS CARING FOR CANADA, COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (TAG DAY, POPPY DAY, HEART & STROKE). COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE CHURCH, CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, ETC. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES NOT PART OF A COURSE OR CURRICULUM. A TOTAL OF 2 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH AREA (SQUADRON, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL).

2. ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST TOWARD SUBJECT MATTER (35 POINTS MAXIMUM)
INTEREST IN SUBJECT MATTER

MAXIMUM 11 POINTS

EFFORT TO PREPARE

MAXIMUM 12 POINTS

CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE PLANS

MAXIMUM 12 POINTS

EACH OF THE ABOVE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH REVIEW OF THE NARRATIVE.

3. EDUCATION (25 POINTS MAXIMUM)

BASED ON OVERALL COURSE AVERAGE % OF 25.0
(Based on last full transcript/report card)

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS

1. EACH MEMBER OF THE PAPER REVIEW BOARD WILL HAVE THE SAME MARKS FOR SECTION 1 AND 3.

2. THIS GUIDE IS FOR PAPER BOARDS ONLY. IN THE EVENT OF A SELECTION BOARD BEING CONDUCTED THE FULL BOARD SELECTION CRITERIA MUST BE APPLIED.

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ADVANCED AVIATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE -
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE 2015
1. ATTITUDE MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST IN AIR CADETS (40 POINTS MAXIMUM)
NUMBER OF YEARS OF CADET SERVICE (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)
LENGTH OF SERVICE POINTS SCORED
1 YEAR 5.0
2 YEARS 7.0
3 YEARS OR MORE 10.0
TRAINING LEVEL (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)
TRAINING LEVEL ACHIEVED POINTS SCORED
LEVEL 1 6.0
LEVEL 2 8.0
LEVEL 3 OR HIGHER 10.0
RANK (8 POINTS MAXIMUM)
RANK ACHIEVED POINTS SCORED
LEADING AIR CADET 4.0
CORPORAL 6.0
FLIGHT CORPORAL AND HIGHER 8.0
SUMMER COURSES (6 POINTS MAXIMUM)
SUMMER COURSES ATTENDED POINTS SCORED
GENERAL TRAINING COURSE 2.0
ADVANCED COURSE 3.0

EXAMPLE: A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED A GENERAL TRAINING COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 2 POINTS PER COURSE AND A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED AN ADVANCED COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 3 POINTS PER ADVANCED COURSE TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS.

PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT OF THE SQUADRON (MAXIMUM 6 POINTS)

ONE POINT WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH ACTIVITY UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS. APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: DRILL TEAM, FUND RAISING, CADETS CARING FOR CANADA, COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (TAG DAY, POPPY DAY, HEART & STROKE). COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE CHURCH, CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, ETC. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES NOT PART OF A COURSE OR CURRICULUM. A TOTAL OF 2 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH AREA (SQUADRON, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL).

2. ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST TOWARD SUBJECT MATTER (35 POINTS MAXIMUM)
INTEREST IN SUBJECT MATTER

MAXIMUM 11 POINTS

EFFORT TO PREPARE

MAXIMUM 12 POINTS

CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE PLANS

MAXIMUM 12 POINTS

EACH OF THE ABOVE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH REVIEW OF THE NARRATIVE.

3. EDUCATION (25 POINTS MAXIMUM)

BASED ON OVERALL COURSE AVERAGE % OF 25.0
(Based on last full transcript/report card)

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS

1. EACH MEMBER OF THE PAPER REVIEW BOARD WILL HAVE THE SAME MARKS FOR SECTION 1 AND 3.

2. THIS GUIDE IS FOR PAPER BOARDS ONLY. IN THE EVENT OF A SELECTION BOARD BEING CONDUCTED THE FULL BOARD SELECTION CRITERIA MUST BE APPLIED.

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ADVANCED AVIATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE -
AIRPORT OPERATIONS 2015
1. ATTITUDE MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST IN AIR CADETS (40 POINTS MAXIMUM)
NUMBER OF YEARS OF CADET SERVICE (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)
LENGTH OF SERVICE POINTS SCORED
1 YEAR 5.0
2 YEARS 7.0
3 YEARS OR MORE 10.0
TRAINING LEVEL (10 POINTS MAXIMUM)
TRAINING LEVEL ACHIEVED POINTS SCORED
LEVEL 1 6.0
LEVEL 2 8.0
LEVEL 3 OR HIGHER 10.0
RANK (8 POINTS MAXIMUM)
RANK ACHIEVED POINTS SCORED
LEADING AIR CADET 4.0
CORPORAL 6.0
FLIGHT CORPORAL AND HIGHER 8.0
SUMMER COURSES (6 POINTS MAXIMUM)
SUMMER COURSES ATTENDED POINTS SCORED
GENERAL TRAINING COURSE 2.0
ADVANCED COURSE 3.0

EXAMPLE: A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED A GENERAL TRAINING COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 2 POINTS PER COURSE AND A CADET WHO HAS ATTENDED AN ADVANCED COURSE WILL BE AWARDED 3 POINTS PER ADVANCED COURSE TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS.

PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT OF THE SQUADRON (MAXIMUM 6 POINTS)

ONE POINT WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH ACTIVITY UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 6 POINTS. APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: DRILL TEAM, FUND RAISING, CADETS CARING FOR CANADA, COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (TAG DAY, POPPY DAY, HEART & STROKE). COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE CHURCH, CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, ETC. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES NOT PART OF A COURSE OR CURRICULUM. A TOTAL OF 2 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR EACH AREA (SQUADRON, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL).

2. ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION, KNOWLEDGE & INTEREST TOWARD SUBJECT MATTER (35 POINTS MAXIMUM)
INTEREST IN SUBJECT MATTER

MAXIMUM 11 POINTS

EFFORT TO PREPARE

MAXIMUM 12 POINTS

CONTRIBUTE TO FUTURE PLANS

MAXIMUM 12 POINTS

EACH OF THE ABOVE WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH REVIEW OF THE NARRATIVE.

3. EDUCATION (25 POINTS MAXIMUM)

BASED ON OVERALL COURSE AVERAGE % OF 25.0
(Based on last full transcript/report card)

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS

1. EACH MEMBER OF THE PAPER REVIEW BOARD WILL HAVE THE SAME MARKS FOR SECTION 1 AND 3.

2. THIS GUIDE IS FOR PAPER BOARDS ONLY. IN THE EVENT OF A SELECTION BOARD BEING CONDUCTED THE FULL BOARD SELECTION CRITERIA MUST BE APPLIED.


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