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CCA Events

1. Unit Recognition (UR) 2020

2. HQ Organised Camps and International Cadets Exchange Programme (ICEP)
Throughout their four years in NCC, cadets get to go through a series of adventure camps such as Camp FORGE, Camp STEEL, and Mount Ophir Expedition. On top of that, there are leadership training camps such as the Senior Specialist Leaders Course (SSLC) to prepare the top student leaders in the CCA to be resilient leaders. During these camps, students will be trained in Technical Handling of SAR 21 rifle, Individual Marksmanship Training and Live Firing of SAR 21. Cadets who are interested in overseas programmes can also participate in the International Cadets Exchange Programme (ICEP) which exposes cadets to the military elements in various other countries such as Brunei, United Kingdom, United States of America and Hong Kong.

3. Flight Experience Programs (FEP)
Our cadets are also exposed to elements of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) training. The Flight Experience Programs (FEP) allows the cadets to be on board some of the aircrafts which the RSAF uses such as C-130 and F-50. On top of that, all cadets are also trained in the air force proficiency knowledge such as aircraft recognition skills, vocations in RSAF, specifications of air crafts and the Ground-Based Air Defence (GBAD) capabilities of the RSAF.

  1. Our NCC Air Curriculum
he unit also aims to broaden our scope of aeromodelling experiences for all cadets. All Junior Cadets will get to experience the Air Simulation Programme and will be taught how to build a paper walk-along glider. The Senior Cadets will be taught how to build a launch glider made from balsa wood. To further enhance the Cadet Leaders’ proficiency in aeromodelling, the unit together with NCC HQ will conduct an Aeromodelling Course in school. The Cadet Leaders who have passed the course will have the chance to become the unit’s Aeromodelling ICs and will design the aeromodelling programmes in the unit. Furthermore, these leaders will be able to attend a Drones Programming Course where they will learn about coding drones to put up a performance.

  1. Values-in-Action (VIA) for NCC Air Cadets
To nurture Servant Leadership in our cadets, the unit continues to participate in the annual Values-in-Action (VIA) projects. This year, the Senior Cadets attended a Singapore Kindness Movement workshop where they learnt about how to implement digital campaigns. They embarked on an online advocacy project where every month, they would raise awareness about the kind deeds done by Patricians via Instagram. The team of Senior Cadets helming the project chooses a theme to post about to share via social media with the aim of increasing the wave of kindness amongst Patricians and motivating them to do good for others. 

6. Learning Journey for Junior Cadets
To instill the value of loyalty to the country, our Junior Cadets attended a Virtual Learning Journey to the Former Ford Factory via Zoom. This learning journey was designed to remind cadets of the fragility of Singapore's safety and security. The realities of the Japanese occupation was brought to life by insights, testimony and artefacts provided by the Museum. Cadets concluded the tour by sharing with one another the role that they can play in Singapore's defense.

CCA Training Schedule

Fridays: 2.00 – 6.00pm

CCA Teachers-in-Charge

LTA (NCC) Firza Maisarah Bte Mohd Raffid
LTA (NCC) Koh Shi Li
Mr Ong Ling Kang