Level 2 Completed

Basic Drill and Ceremonial (BDCC)

  • The Basic Drill and Ceremonial Course provides cadets an opportunity to build on drill learned at the squadron, participate in advanced drill and ceremonial activities, and to develop leadership skills and knowledge; while performing the role of a team leader. Activities include commanding a squad on parade, drill with arms, flag drill, and marksmanship training. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age and have successfully completed Proficiency Level Two.

Basic Survival (BSC)

  • The Basic Survival Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop aircrew survival skills. Activities include field training, navigation and ground search and rescue. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age and have successfully completed Proficiency Level Two

Basic Fitness and Sports (BFSC)

  • The Basic Fitness and Sports course provides cadets an opportunity to participate in fitness and sports activities, and to develop knowledge and skills on how to perform the duties of a Fitness and Sports Assistant. Activities include following a personal fitness routine, leading warm-up and cool-down sessions, assisting with the Cadet Fitness Assessment and assisting with recreational sports. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age and have successfully completed Proficiency Level Two. This is a joint course with Sea and Army cadets.

Basic Aviation (BAC)

  • The Basic Aviation Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop the fundamentals of aviation. Activities include radio communication, a familiarization flight, meteorology, and air navigation. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age and have successfully completed Proficiency Level Two.

Basic Aviation Technology and Aerospace (BATAC)

  • The Basic Aviation Technology and Aerospace Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop the fundamentals of aerospace, airport operations and aircraft manufacturing and maintenance. Activities include aerospace, aerodrome operations, and aircraft manufacturing and maintenance. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age and have successfully completed Proficiency Level Two.

Military Band – Basic Musician (MB – BMC)

  • The Military Band – Basic Musician Course provides cadets an opportunity to participate in music training and military band activities, to prepare them to support squadron music programs. Activities include maintaining a primary instrument, music theory, demonstrating rhythm skills, executing drill as a member of a band, and performing ensemble music as a member of a band. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age and have successfully completed Proficiency Level Two. This is a joint course with Sea and Army cadets.

Pipe Band – Basic Musician (PB – BMC)

  • The Pipe Band – Basic Musician Course provides cadets an opportunity to participate in music training and pipe band activities, to prepare them to support squadron music programs. Activities include highland dance, maintaining a primary instrument, music theory, demonstrating rhythm skills, executing drill as a member of a band, and performing ensemble music as a member of a band. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age and have successfully completed Proficiency Level Two. This is a joint course with Sea and Army cadets.