The Air Training Corps, including all ranks of its adult staff (Adult Sergeants, Flight Sergeants and Warrant Officers), are part of the ATC youth organization; they are neither part of a military force or part of a paramilitary force. Civilian Instructors (CI) are adult volunteers who are civilian non-uniformed members of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets adult staff structure who volunteer their services for a variety of training roles within the squadron environment.
The Squadron is staffed by Officers Commissioned into the Training Branch of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, ATC Adult NCOs and Civilian Instructors, each of whom have civilian jobs over and above their ATC commitments. All staff have undergone Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks prior to being allowed to work with cadets. At Air Cadets, we constantly assess our past achievements, implement changes to meet the challenges of today and make plans for the future. And a huge part of that planning is you. As the backbone of our organisation we're always on the look out for high-calibre individuals to become volunteers, helping to run the activities that play such an.
Staff. Warrant Officer Since being at the Squadron he has completed both the Drill Instructors and Arms Drill Instructors courses at the Adult Training Facility, RAFC Cranwell, and uses his skills on the Squadron and around the Wing to support the Wing Warrant Officer as one of the Wing Drill Instructors. Squadron, Air Training corps. The staff who run the ATC at unit level come in 3 types: commissioned officers, adult SNCOs (Sgt, FS, WO) and civilian instructors.
Adult Staff; Location/Contact WELCOME. The Air Training Corps is a youth organisation designed to foster a spirit of adventure in young people. We aim to give 12 to 19 year olds the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, improve their knowledge of aviation and aircraft, and challenge themselves with a wide range of activities. Mar 25, · Behind every Squadron, is another group of volunteers that are responsible for the fundraising and administration of the charitable aspects of the Air Training Corps. The money that the RAF Air Cadets receive via the Royal Air Force is publically funded by the UK tax payer and provides activities such as flying, gliding, shooting and the.