Sea Cadet ranks – how to identify them and what they mean

08.12.2015

Sea Cadets

The Sea Cadets (SCC) offers young people across the UK amazing opportunities for personal development through learning new skills and working in teams.

Throughout their time in the Sea Cadets, young people have the opportunity to progress through a rank structure, which offers them new challenges and responsibilities.

Here is a guide to identifying those ranks and understanding what they mean.

 

SCCCadetCadet

Requirements: Has completed new entry training.

 

 

CSCCFCadet 1st Class

Requirements: Advancement to ‘Cadet 1st Class’ is achieved by completing the relevant CTP Modules and being a minimum of 13 years old

 

SCCOCOrdinary Cadet

Requirements: Successful completion of the Cadet Training Task Book and the Ordinary Cadet Test. They must also have at least eight advancement points (awarded when a cadet qualifies in a particular specialisation or proficiency).

 

SCCACAble Cadet

Requirements: Successful completion of the Able Cadet Training Task Book and Able Cadet Test and must also have at least 15 advancement points.

 

 SCCLCLeading Cadet

Requirements: Successful completion of the Leading Cadet Training Task Book, and completion of the Leading Cadet Advancement Course at one of the Sea Cadet Corps Training Centres. They must also have at least 30 advancement points.

 

 SCCCPOPetty Officer Cadet

Requirements: Successful completion of the Petty Officer Cadet Training Task Book and a Petty Officer Advancement Course at one of the SCC Training Centre. They must also have at least 60 advancement points.

 

 



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