Officer training for cadets

PUBLISHED: 16:38 02 December 2009 | UPDATED: 16:12 11 May 2010

The cadets who took part in the course

The cadets who took part in the course

WANNABE RAF officers have successfully completed a flagship training course. The Corporal and Sergeant course, which took place at RAF Brampton, saw five cadets from the 2484 (Bassingbourn) squadron, complete the course, which was designed to give candida

WANNABE RAF officers have successfully completed a flagship training course.

The Corporal and Sergeant course, which took place at RAF Brampton, saw five cadets from the 2484 (Bassingbourn) squadron, complete the course, which was designed to give candidates a better insight into leadership, presentation and communication skills.

Cadet Sergeants Bradley Baker, Nick Buckle, Adam Kelly, Claire Kelly and Dale Webb all passed the course, and Cadet Sergeant Baker said: "This new course gave me a deeper insight in how to apply yourself to real situations that can occur at the squadron.

"Everyone got involved, everyone contributed to the sessions and we all learnt how to become better junior members of the SNCO team."

Flight Sergeant Chris Cox ATC, Squadron Training Officer said "The skills that these cadets will have gained from the weekend will help them slot into junior manager roles within their Squadrons along with helping to develop Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing.

"What they have learnt will not only benefit them in a cadet environment but will be useful in future employment"

For more information on joining the cadets, visit www.2484aircadets.co.uk.

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