Training is seen as fundamental part of life in the squadron and consists of a wide range of practical indoor and outdoor activities
Training in the Squadron provides world-class opportunities to individuals, cadets and staff, personally, socially, academically, and professionally.
A progressive programme which is enjoyable, exciting, challenging, stimulating, and achievable that help deliver on the objectives of the Air Training Corps
To promote and encourage a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force among young people.
To provide training which will be useful in both Service and civilian life.
To foster the spirit of adventure and to develop the qualities of leadership and good citizenship.
Opportunities to gain recognized qualifications.
The Aviation Syllabus is designed to progress cadets through 5 classification stages over a 3-year period. The first 4 of these stages are First Class Cadet, Leading Cadet, Senior Cadet and Master Air Cadet. Instructor Cadet is the 5th classification which consolidates all that has been learnt and relates this to delivering training to other cadets.
Training areas include; core activities, citizenship, shooting, projects, drill, First Aid and Duke of Edinburgh awards.