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From the Training Officer’s Desk. 21/09/2013

Over the past few years, we have seen a significant change in both 655 and the Cadet Program. Youth these days are more skilled, more collaborative, and more connected than ever before. Additionally, these youths are expected to do more and more with an ever decreasing gap between grade-school and adult hood. Many of our cadets participate in a number of extra-curricular activities both in school and in other programs. With so much opportunity, and so little time, how does Cadets deliver a program worth their time?

For me, I believe the skills that our squadron delivers are unmatched by other programs; however, I don’t think that matters as much as the attitude we strive to deliver. Skills aren’t enough to survive in the world today. Post-graduation, youths need more than just a resume. They require the experience and attitude to really push through. That’s what we deliver.

For the Training department, our goal is this:

“To deliver the most inspiring year, so that our cadets may become inspiring people.”

Youths today have the skills, but don’t know what to do with it. That’s what we are here to solve.

Welcome to 655 Richmond 2014.

It’s going to be a great year.

Jonathan Leung


Training Officer

655 Richmond RCACS

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