As a Sea Cadet you will test your talents and stamina and develop new skills to give you a head start in life. You will also get the chance to make new friends and have fun.

We are regular users of the local boat station on the Welsh Harp Reservoir and as a cadet you will be able to take part in Rowing, Sailing, Power-boating, Windsurfing and Kayaking every Monday evening throughout the summer and on occasional weekends during the winter.

As well as in-house training you will also have access to a range of courses and competitions held across West London and across the whole or London and the Country including Athletics, Football, Drill & Piping and water sports.

If you are aged 10-18 - get in contact to start your adventure.

Junior Cadets 10-12

This is about having fun and making friends. You'll take part in lots of events and activities like sailing, canoeing and abseiling, plus learn about first aid and communications.

Sea Cadets 12-18

Get to grips with subjects both on water and land as part of basic training, all on a nautical theme. You can take part in courses and competitions ranging from rock climbing and shooting to music, power boating and sailing. These can give you a head start in life and boost your confidence, plus it's good fun.

What costs are involved?

 

Junior Sea cadets

Junior Sea Cadets attend once a week and pay 50p on a Friday evening.

Uniform: Junior Sea Cadets will need to purchase a JSC sweatshirt, JSC Polo and Beret for a deposit of £20 . They should also wear school trousers (black or grey).

Sea Cadets

Sea Cadets attend twice a week and pay £1 on a Friday evening.

Uniform: Cadets pay a £20 deposit and will receive two sets of uniform - a working rig which we call No. 4's which are worn to weekly parades and competitions and a best uniform called No.1's. These uniforms are loaned by the Royal Navy, and as such, they are expected to be returned if the cadet decides to leave.

Cadets will also need to purchase boots (approximately £30-40) and a beret badge £5.

Course fees

Unit courses are run at minimal cost - we only pass on costs to parents if there is a need to pay for logbooks or certificates.

Training courses start from £9 per day and rise to £15 per day. This will include travel, food and accommodation. Bursaries are available for training at all levels, and we try to provide as much training free of charge as possible.

 

 

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