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The following manuals are stored in Google Documents and can be viewed or downloaded.  
The Instructional Guide (IG) and Qualification Standard and Plan (QSP) documents are to be used by Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadrons to conduct the Proficiency Level Training Programs.  Documents and attachments on this page are © 2007-2017 DND/MDN Canada. Uploaded from Cadets Canada Repository Aug 2017.

IGs and QSPs by Level

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LEVEL 1 INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE (32 MB - English - 2016-09-01)
LEVEL 1 QUALIFICATION STANDARD AND PLAN (1.3 MB - English - 2016-09-13)






LEVEL 2 INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE  (12.6 MB - English - 2016-09-13)
LEVEL 2 QUALIFICATION STANDARD AND PLAN  (1.6 MB - English - 2016-09-13)






LEVEL 3 INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE  (42.7 MB - English - 2016-09-14)
LEVEL 3 QUALIFICATION STANDARD AND PLAN  (6.7 MB - English - 2016-09-14)





LEVEL 4 INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE  (26.3 MB - English - 2015-09-01)
LEVEL 4 QUALIFICATION STANDARD AND PLAN  (7.7 MB - English - 2015-07-01)





LEVEL 5 INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE  (9.5 MB - English - 2015-07-01)
LEVEL 5 QUALIFICATION STANDARD AND PLAN  (6.1 MB - English - 2015-07-01)
LEVEL 5 LOGBOOK  (950 KB - English - 2016-01-01)





INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDES (IG) - These documents are to be used by Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadrons, in conjunction with other resources, to conduct the Proficiency Level Program. The IG provides instructors with the base means from which to deliver training. Before reading any of the IGs, here are some definitions to help you to understand lesson assignments: 
  • Performance Objective (PO) - the subject or course of study. 
  • Enabling Objective (EO) - the individual lesson in a PO. 
  • Mandatory (M) - this specific lesson (EO) is required and will be taught. 
  • Complimentary (C) - this specific lesson (EO) is optional and may be taught. 
For example, an instructor could be assigned M309.04. Here is that code broken down:


The full IG documents are available from the Squadron Training Officer. They have also been downloaded onto the Training laptops.  The IG documents have been separated into POs and links are provided below. Select a Level and click on the PO # to view the Instructional Guide.

All #3 Striker new recruits and Level 1 cadets should read our 
 

IG's by Level and Performance Objective

These documents are located on 803 Squadron's web site, and some from 128 Sqn. They are in PDF format. To view/download those documents you will need Adobe Reader on your computer. Some documents are large and may take time to download. Links were active at the time of writing. 3 Striker Squadron is not responsible for the accuracy, currency or the reliability of the content of these websites. If they are not found then Contact Us. External sites will open in a new browser window. No guarantee these are current. They are also on 525 Sqn.

POs

LEVEL 1
PO101 – Participate In Citizenship Activities
PO102 – Perform Community Service
PO103 – Participate As A Member Of A Team
PO104 – Develop A Personal Activity Plan
PO105 – Participate In Recreational Sports
PO106 – Fire The Cadet Air Rifle
PO107 – Serve In An Air Cadet Squadron
PO108 – Participate In An Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR) Parade
PO120 – Participate In Canadian Forces (CF) Familiarization Activities
PO121 – Participate In Canadian Aviation, Aerospace and Aerodrome...Activities
PO129 – Communicate Using The Phonetic Alphabet and Numbers
PO130 – Participate In Aviation Activities
PO140 – Participate In Aerospace Activities
PO160 – Participate In Aerodrome Operations Activities
PO190 – Participate In A Field Exercise

LEVEL 2
PO201 – Identify The Role Of An Environmentally Conscious Citizen
PO202 – Perform Community Service
PO203 – Demonstrate Leadership Attributes Within A Peer Setting
PO204 – Update Personal Activity Plan
PO205 – Participate In Recreational Sports
PO206 – Fire The Cadet Air Rifle During Recreational Marksmanship
PO207 – Serve In An Air Cadet Squadron
PO208 – Execute Drill As A Member Of A Squad
PO211 – Participate In Competitive Summer Biathlon Activities
PO230 – Discuss Canadian Aviation History
PO231 – Explain Principles Of Flight
PO232 – Identify Characteristics Of Piston-Powered Aircraft
PO240 – Participate In Aerospace Activities
PO260 – Participate In Aerodrome Operations Activities
PO270 – Discuss Aircraft Manufacturing And Maintenance
PO290 – Participate In A Field Exercise

LEVEL 3
PO301 – Recognize The Purpose Of Service Groups Within Canada
PO302 – Perform Community Service
PO303 – Perform The Role Of A Team Leader
PO304 – Update Personal Activity Plan
PO305 – Participate In Recreational Sports
PO306 – Fire The Cadet Air Rifle During Recreational Marksmanship
PO307 – Serve In An Air Cadet Squadron
PO308 – Direct A Flight Prior To A Parade
PO309 – Instruct A Lesson
PO311 – Participate In A Recreational Summer Biathlon Activity
PO320 – Participate In Canadian Forces (CF) Familiarization Activities
PO331 – Describe Principles Of Flight
PO336 – Identify Meteorological Conditions
PO337 – Demonstrate Air Navigation Skills
PO340 – Identify Aspects Of Space Exploration
PO360 – Recognize Aspects Of Aerodrome Operations
PO370 – Recognize Aspects Of Aircraft Manufacturing and Maintenance
PO390 – Navigate A Route Using A Map And Compass

LEVEL 4
PO401 – Recognize How The Legal System Affects Youth
PO402 – Perform Community Service
PO403 – Act As A Team Leader
PO404 – Update Personal Activity Plan
PO405 – Participate In Recreational Sports
PO406 – Fire The Cadet Air Rifle During Recreational Marksmanship
PO407 – Serve In An Air Cadet Squadron
PO408 – Command A Flight On Parade
PO409 – Instruct A Lesson
PO420 – Describe Canadian Air Force Traditions
PO429 – Communicate Using Radio Procedures For Aviation Transmission
PO431 – Explain Principles Of Flight
PO432 – Describe Aero Engine Systems
PO436 – Explain Aspects Of Meteorology
PO437 – Explain Aspects Of Air Navigation
PO440 – Discuss Aerospace Structures
PO460 – Describe Aerodrome Operations Career Opportunities
PO470 – Discuss Aspects Of Aircraft Manufacturing and Maintenance
PO490 – Participate In An Aircrew Survival Exercise

LEVEL 5
PO501 – Global Citizenship
PO503 – Prepare An Exercise
PO504 – Update Personal Activity Plan
PO507 – Develop A Personalized Schedule, Identify Service And Volunteer Opportunities
PO509 – Monitor Instruction
PO530 – Fly A Cross-Country Flight Using A Flight Simulator
PO540 – Canada's Contribution To Aerospace Technology
PO560 – Flight Safety And Canadian Bush Pilot Industry
PO570 – Aircraft Manufacturing & Maint ...Aerobatic Aircraft
PO590 – Analyze An Aircrew Survival Case Study

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