Sea Cadet Summer Courses 2022

Course Description Duration Prerequistes Delivery
Seamanship Course (Sea) The Seamanship course provides cadets an opportunity to build on seamanship skills learned at the corps and to participate in advanced seamanship activities. Activities include ropework and rigging, whaler operation as crew member, a day sail on a training vessel, and naval communication. Cadets attending this course, if successful, can achieve the Communications 1 and 2 qualifications. 2 weeks total in-house Training Year 3+

Age 14+

In-person
Sail 1 Course (S1) The Sail 1 course provides cadets an opportunity to develop sailing skills and participate in Small Craft Operator Program (SCOP) training. Cadets attending this course, if successful, can achieve qualifications in CANSail 1–2, and SCOP Module 1 (Pleasure Craft Operator Competency), SCOP Module 2 (Restricted Radio Operator’s Certificate [Maritime]) and SCOP Module 3 (Operate a Powerboat with an Outboard Engine). Cadets will also be introduced to CANSail level 3 training. 6 weeks total in-house Training Year 3+

Age 14+

In-person
Sail 2 Course (S2) The Sail 2 course provides cadets an opportunity to further develop sailing skills and participate in Small Craft Operator Program (SCOP) training. Cadets attending this course, if successful, can achieve qualifications in CANSail 3–4 , SCOP Module 4 (Operate a Safety Boat) and First Aid. 6 weeks total in-house CanSail 1–2

SCOP 1–3

Training Year 3+

Age 15+

In-person
Advanced Sail Course (Adv Sail) The Advanced Sail Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop advanced sail and racing skills. Activities include CANSail level training, training camps and regattas. Cadets attending this course, if successful, can achieve qualifications in CANSail 5–6 and First Aid. 6 weeks total in-house CanSail 1–4

SCOP 1–4

Training Year 4+

Age 15+

In-person
Ship’s Boat Operator Course (SBO) The Ship’s Boat Operator course provides cadets an opportunity to develop advanced seamanship skills and participate in Small Craft Operator Program (SCOP) training. Activities include ropework, marine navigation, naval visual communication training and a multi-day on-water trip. Cadets attending this course, if successful, can achieve qualifications in SCOP Module 3 (Operate a Powerboat with an Outboard Engine) and SCOP Module 5 (Operate a Whaler). 1 week distance learning

3 weeks in-house

4 weeks total

SCOP 1–2

Training Year 4+

Age 15+

Hybrid

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