This page is dedicated to providing our cadets and their parents / guardians access to resources, manuals, information and links that will aid in their understanding of the cadet program and help give them the tools they need to succeed as a cadet at RCSCC Quinte.
Uniforms are provided to the cadets on loan at no cost to the cadet or parent / guardian.
Uniforms and uniform parts are issued from the Supply Department. We understand that youth grow and the sometimes uniform parts wear out or get damaged even with our best efforts to keep them well looked after, that's okay! We always want our cadets looking their best and therefore encourage cadets to reach out to the Supply Department or the Supply Officer to exchange parts as needed.
Provided below are links to the unit's Uniform Guidebook the National Cadet Dress Regulations and a Guide to Polishing the Parade Boots.
Unit Uniform Guidebook
Boot Polishing Guide
Drill is an important aspect of the training program. It allows us as a unit to participate in various activities throughout the year as well as give the cadets the opportunity to build confidence, develop teamworking skills and feel a sense of pride when they master a new drill movement.
Provided below are links to the Unit's Drill Guidebook, the Canadian Forces Drill Manual and the RCSC Manual of Drill and Ceremony.
Unit Drill Guidebook
CFP 201 - Drill Manual
RCSC Manual of Drill
Manual of Ceremony
for HMC Ships
CFOne Program for Cadets
The Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services CFOne Program has recognized that Cadets are a part of the extended Canadian Armed Forces community, and can now enjoy the advantages of the CFOne membership.
Cadets interested in a CFOne membership can visit: http://www.cf1fc.ca where they can complete the application form. Cadets will require a token to do so, which can be found below.
A welcome letter from the CEO of the Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services CFOne Program and the token can be found below.
APPLYING FOR A CADET CFONE CARD
Choose your preferred language > Click Next Step
Under Applicant (What is your affiliation) select Active or retired civilian employee of the Canadian Armed Forces Community, includes DND, NPF, DRDC, DCC, CSE, RCMP, Canadian Coast Guard, CADETS and Junior Canadian Rangers. > Click Next Step
Under Applicant (Which applies to your affiliation) select Extended Defence and Security Team. > Click Next Step
Under Applicant (Extended Defence and Security Team) select CADET. > Click Next Step
Fill in the First and Last Name of the CADET who is applying for the CFOne Card. > Click Next Step
Fill in the DOB (Date of Birth) and Gender of the CADET who is applying for the CFOne Card. > Click Next Step
Select the preferred Salutation of the CADET who is applying and upload Proof Document (attach a screen shot or file of the provided “token” in this section as the proof of cadet membership). > Click Next Step