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1 NLCC CADET TRAINING SYLLABUS

2 About the Syllabus Advancement and Training Syllabus for the Navy League Cadet Corps A Navy oriented youth program sponsored by the Navy League of the United States Published By The United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps 2300 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22201 (703)

3 Points of Information The following conditions and requirements are to be kept in mind when using the training syllabus. · Passing grade for all promotion tests is 2.5 · The instructional materials in the syllabus is meant to be presented as classroom instruction, not assigned as a self study course. · Individual cycles may be reproduced for Cadet use. · Individual lessons may be taught out of sequence to meet needs. · Units are encouraged to use the Extended Learning/Hands On Training and to schedule extra lessons for outside presenters and shipboard training to attain lesson objectives.

4 NLCC ADVANCEMENT REQUIREMENTS
Rank Time in Rate Time in NLCC Training Syllabus Exam Recruit Apprentice 4 Mo. 4 Mo. Part I Part I Able 4 Mo. 8 Mo. Part II Part II PO3 4 Mo. 12 Mo. Part III Part III PO2 6 Mo. 18 Mo. Part IV Part IV PO1 6 Mo. 24 Mo. Part V Part V

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5 The Commanding Officer’s Discretion
1. CO's may waive Time In Grade/Time in NLCC requirements for cadets who join at age 12, excel in the path of advancement, and demonstrate good leadership qualities. 2. Although summer training is available for NLCC cadets, it is not a requirement for advancement.

6 REGULATIONS When you become a Navy League Cadet, you agree to obey the rules and regulations of the Navy League Cadet Corps. Imagine a football or baseball game with no rules, each player doing only what he or she wished. Before long, everyone would be very confused and it would be impossible to continue the game. The NLCC is really a large team of cadets and leaders in Training Ships and Companies throughout the nation. To make sure that everyone gets fair treatment and the same chance to advance, there are rules and regulations which everyone must follow.

7 ENROLLMENT 1. AGE: You must be at least 11 years of age and not yet 14. Cadets who are 13 may consider enrolling in the Sea Cadets. This decision, however, should take into account the maturity of the cadet and when his 14th birthday is. The final decision is up to the Commanding Officer of the NSCC unit. 2. SCHOOL: You must be enrolled in school and must make satisfactory grades as established by local school authorities. 3. UNIT VISIT: Cadet applicants and their parents or guardians should visit at least one NLCC drill (meeting) together. This allows them to see the activities provided and to talk to some of the cadets and officers about the program before they decide whether to enroll.

8 SPECIAL NOTE: MEDICATION
Prospective cadets who must take any medication, either prescription or over the counter, or use inhalers on a regular basis, must be informed that as long as they are on medication they are not allowed to attend NLCC Orientation or Advanced Training. While attending NLCC Orientation or Advanced Training is not a requirement for NLCC promotion, not attending does seriously limit a cadet's opportunity to participate fully in the NLCC program. Taking a cadet off all medication for the duration of summer training is not advised as it may pose a health hazard. Parents of cadets, who have to take medication, should be advised to give serious consideration to other youth organizations, whose programs are not so physically demanding, before making a decision to enroll their child in the Navy League Cadet Corps.

9 THE NLCC PROMISE Upon acceptance in the NLCC, you will make the following promise that you will do your very best to live up to the standards of the NLCC, and to obey all the rules and regulations, no matter how strict they may seem at times. You will usually recite the NLCC promise in ceremonies with your unit.

10 Raise Your Right Hand… "I, (STATE YOUR NAME) PROMISE TO SERVE GOD, HONOR OUR FLAG, ABIDE BY THE NAVY LEAGUE CADET CORPS REGULATIONS, CARRY OUT THE ORDERS OF THE OFFICERS APPOINTED OVER ME, AND SO CONDUCT MYSELF AS TO BE A CREDIT TO MY SHIP, THE NAVY LEAGUE CADET CORPS, THE NAVY AND MY COUNTRY." Congratulations, and WELCOME ABOARD!

11 Navy League Cadet Corps
NLCC stands for: Navy League Cadet Corps

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13 Organizational Chart of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps

14 Question 1.Who is responsible for determining NLCC policies and programs?
The National Board of Directors, established by Public Law , is the governing body of the NLCC and NSCC and is responsible for determining the policies and programs of both Corps and for the control of all funds. It is important to know that our organization has rules. It does not matter where our unit is located, one main group is responsible for policies and programs that we ALL have to follow.

15 Question 2. In each unit, the _______________ is second in command.
The Executive Officer is second in command. When the Commanding Officer is absent, the Executive Officer takes charge. You probably already know that when your Commanding Officer is not present during drills or other events, your Executive Officer is second in command and therefore in charge.

16 Question 3. Special Assistants to the CO may include:
Special Assistants may include a Chaplain, a Medical Assistant, and Division Officers. Each unit is unique. Your unit may or may not have a Chaplain or Medical Assistant. The point is that a unit CAN have many different Special Assistants to the CO. All of the above are an important part of the unit and can assist the CO in many ways. [If you do not know what a “CO” is… A “CO’ is the “Commanding Officer.”]

17 Question 4. The Executive Director implements the policies established by the Board of Directors?
The Executive Director, assisted by a small staff and by Field Representatives, implements the policies established by the Board of Directors and is responsible for the day-to-day operation and administration of the NLCC and NSCC. It is true that the Executive Director implements the policies established by the Board of Directors. Having a chain-of-command is important because it keeps us organized and helps all units run effectively.

18 Question The _____ Officer is responsible to the Executive Officer for instruction and training of cadets. The Training Officer is responsible to the Executive Officer for instruction and training of cadets and adult leaders. The Operations Officer is responsible to the Executive Officer for the proper conduct of inspections, drills and other military evolutions conducted by the unit. The Administrative Officer is responsible to the Executive Officer for all unit administrative matters.

19 Summary We need to know who is on our Sea Cadet team.
Our team includes Cadets and Leaders. At this time, I would like to have all the Leaders in this room stand up. One by one, please give your name and your leadership position.

20 End of Syllabus Lesson I - 1
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