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Civil air patrol cadet programs great start cadet cadre training

CIVIL AIR PATROL CADET PROGRAMSGREAT STARTCADET CADRE TRAINING


Professional standards
Professional Standards

What leadership attitudes do you see?

Whose leadership style will be most effective in the long run?


Professional standards1
Professional Standards

You’re a new cadet. What leadership attitudes do you want to see in your instructors?


Great start for cadets
Great Start for Cadets

  • Course Goals:

    • Motivate young people to join CAP

    • Provide them the training they need to earn C/Amn

  • Schedule

  • Lesson Plans:Your Recipe for Effective Training


Training methods
Training Methods

Lecture

Guided Discussion

Demonstration - Performance

Public Speaking for Trainers


Training assignments
Training Assignments

Who is doing what?

Review the lesson plans

Identify your primary source material

Ask questions


Final thought
Final Thought

Lead by Example


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