This scheme is based on the learning objectives at criteria outlined in ACTI1 and TG Forms 01 and 02. The lessons presented here should be signed off in each cadet’s 226 Form 12. The assessment box should only be signed once the cadet has met the appropriate assessment criteria. The instructor should then sign and date the TG01/02 Form, held in the “Joining Folder”. The notes under “Teaching Method” and “Assessment Method” describe the recommended method of instruction/assessment but are for guidance only. PART 1 - INDUCTION
Lesson Induction & FamEx Timing 45 Learning Objective ACTI 1 Assessment Criteria P1: Point out each room and it’s use, along with the Fire points and fire exits in it. P2: Complete ACP36 correctly. Teaching Method ACP36 & Map of Building. Complete both in 10 mins. Assessment Method Completed ACP36 & Map.

Lesson ATC: History of the ATC Timing 40 Learning Objective LO1: Know about the history and organisation of the Air Training Corps. Assessment Criteria P1: Describe the origins of the ATC. P2: Identify key developments in the history of the ATC. Teaching Method PPT Assessment Method

ATC: Structure of ATC ATC: Ranks & Badges

40 40 (+20) 20 60


None P3: Recognise cadet badges and ranks, ATC ensigns, ATC adult ranks and RAF ranks. P4: Identify elements of the ATC uniform. P5: Demonstrate how to wear and maintain the uniform.

PPT PPT & Games

ATC: Identification of Uniform ATC: Uniform Cleaning

LO2: Be able to wear an ATC uniform correctly LO2

Practical, dress up. Syndicates, Practical with JNCOs.

226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011

DRILL AND CEREMONIAL Lesson Drill: Intro & Basic Static Timing 10 (+40) 40 40 40 30 30 20 60 Learning Objective LO1: Be able to perform basic drill and saluting.PART 1b . EP Assessment Method Drill: Turnings & Saluting Drill: Dressing. Teaching Method Powerpoint & Demo. Adjust Dress & Closing & Stepping Drill: Marching & Wheeling P1 P1 P1 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 . LO1 LO1 LO1 LO1 LO1 LO1 LO1 Assessment Criteria P1: Undertake basic drill. EDIP EDIP EDIP EDIP SxW 1st Class Drill Check Drill: Halting Drill: Saluting / Compliments on the March Drill: Encountering Officers Drill: On Parade. Forming a Squad & Open Order P1 P1 P1 P1 EDIP EDIP Prac .part in OC Office.

P2. Verbal Confirmation 60 40 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 . Written “Complete the blank” test.THE ROYAL AIR FORCE Lesson RAF: History of the RAF RAF: Structure of the RAF RAF: Security (incl. Sy Brief) Timing 60 Learning Objective LO1: Know about the history and organisation of the Royal Air Force.HISTORY OF FLIGHT Lesson History of Flight Timing 40 Learning Objective Assessment Criteria Teaching Method Assessment Method P1: Identify the key milestones in the history Powerpoint LO1: Have an appreciation of of lighter-than-air craft. Note: Includes Annual Sqn Sy Brief) Assessment Criteria P1: Identify key developments in the history of the RAF. the history of lighter-than-air Video of Airship Control P1. P2 Identify why security is important.PART 2A . P2: Identify the key milestones in the history of heavier-than-air craft.1 Identify a minimum of 3 threats to security and state the action/s they would take to minimise these threats. Powerpoint PART 2b . craft and the methods of control applied to airships. LO2: Have an appreciation of the history and application of heavier-than-air craft.2 Outline the basic organisational structure of the RAF. Assessment Method Timeline game and verbal test. Verbal test.1: Demonstrate the principle of heavierthan-air flight. Teaching Method Timeline Game Powerpoint Handouts Powerpoint Handouts Powerpoint & Lec using protective docs and real examples. LO1 LO2: Understand why security is important. P1. P2.2: Describe how airships are controlled.

226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 . P5: List actions to be taken in an emergency. P8: Describe the process used to winch launch gliders. P2: Name the main features of an airfield. D2: Analyse the effects of each of the control surfaces on the aircrafts attitude from straight and level flight. M3: Explain the purpose of the pre-flight briefing P6: Describe features of Tutor. P7: Name the main aircraft control surfaces. Video & Flight Simulator. M2: Explain the purposes of the different types of airfield lighting. Teaching Method PPT & Model Airfield. P3: Describe a pre-flight briefing for an air experience flight. M5: Describe the use of the aircraft controls and how they impact on the control surfaces. M1: Describe the different types of runway markings and their purpose.BASIC PRINCIPLES OF AIRMANSHIP Lesson Air: The Airfield Timing 60 Learning Objective LO1: Know the features of an airfield Assessment Criteria P1: Identify different types of runway layout. Vigilant and Viking.PART 3a . P4: Name key safety equipment. M4: Describe the purpose and use of the flight instrument of one featured aircraft type. D1: Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each airfield design. Control & the Instrument Panel 60 LO3: Know the features and types of aircraft used for air experience flights and gliding PPT. Assessment Method Air: Safety Video & Quiz 30 LO2: Know what is required for a passenger pre-flight briefing Video & Pop Quiz Air: Aircraft.

M2: Explain why line of sight may not always be reliable. P3: Use the grid referencing system on Ordnance Survey maps. P2: Identify the main symbols on an Ordnance Survey map. D2: Analyse a section of land profile by projection from map contour lines P5: Demonstrate planning a route using the features of an Ordnance Survey map. D1: Evaluate the gradient of a slope from information obtained from a map. M3: Demonstrate planning a route using Ordinance Survey maps using features and contours Teaching Method Assessment Method Maps: Grid References & Contours 40 LO2: Be able to use the UK grid reference system to find a location Maps: Route Planning 40 LO3: Be able to plan routes using Ordnance Survey map features and contour line 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 ..PART 3b . P4: Use contour lines on Ordnance Survey maps. M1: Demonstrate the use of the grid referencing system to locate a point on an Ordinance Survey map.MAP READING Lesson Maps: Intro. Scales & Symbols Timing 40 Learning Objective LO1: Know about the scales and features of Ordnance Survey maps Assessment Criteria P1: Outline the use of scale on an Ordinance Survey map.

P7: Explain the essentials of sighting. M2: Describe four important hygiene factors related to a campsite. P9: Identify the symptoms of hypothermia and heat excess. D2: Evaluate the importance of conserving the physical environment whilst undertaking a hill walking expedition. M3: Describe safety precautions required when using cooking stoves.PART 3c . IET: Campcraft LO3: Understand the principles of camp-craft on an expedition IET: Effects of Cold / Heat 20 LO4: Be able to recognise and treat the effects of hypothermia and heat on individuals 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 .INITIAL EXPEDITION TRAINING Lesson IET: Planning & Prep Timing 40 Learning Objective LO1: Know how to plan and prepare for a walking expedition Assessment Criteria P1: Outline factors for consideration when planning a walking expedition. Teaching Method Assessment Method IET: Backpacks 60 LO1 LO2: Understand the use of different tents and methods of carrying equipment LO2 At Sqn IET: Putting up a Tent 120 On Downs. including Map Reading Revision. heat stroke and heat exhaustion. P4: Explain the purpose of different tents used for expeditions. P10: Show how to treat someone with hypothermia or heat excess. P8: Identify different types of cooking stoves used on expeditions. P3: Identify and prepare expedition equipment and clothing. M4: Explain ways to prevent hypothermia. P6: Explain the basic principles of warmth and comfort in camp. P5: Explain methods of kit packing and carrying. D1: Recommend a set of instructions for adventurous training on private land. P2: Describe the purpose of a route card M1: Explain the importance of escape routes. pitching and striking a camp.

battery and aerial. Prowords. P8: Discuss safety issues to be considered when using radio communications equipment. P3: Identify two limitations when using VHF or UHF hand-portable radio equipment.PART 3d . P5: Use the phonetic alphabet to spell words and convey figures in a radio message. P9: Identify health and safety issues associated with radio operations. D1: Discuss the criteria which will influence the choice of control station’s location and the selection of its operators. M5: Demonstrate the safe assembly of a handheld radio. and how it would be changed to identify that a radio station is in a vehicle? P6: Use radio procedures to obtain a simple radio check. P7: Explain the safe care and handling of radio batteries. Networks & Callsigns 40 LO2: Be able to send messages on the Air Cadet Radio Network LO3: Be able to follow procedures needed for the safe use of radio within the Air Cadet Organisation Whiteboard + Games (it’s behind you on the board game) Radio: Basic Procedures 40 (+20) LO2 PPT & Practical 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 . P5. M4: Use radio procedures to convey a clear and brief message. D3: Explain how an Air Cadet callsign is constructed. Teaching Method Prac Show & Tell Assessment Method Radio: Phonetic Alphabet. and explain their meanings. M1: Explain the function of the control station in an Air Cadet radio network M3: Identify four prowords which could be used when passing a message. P4: Identify the two types of radio networks Air Cadets use and explain the main difference between them.BASIC RADIO COMMUNICATIONS Lesson Radio: Equipment & Safe Handling Timing 20 Learning Objective LO1: Know types of radio equipment used within the Air Cadet Organisation Assessment Criteria P1: Identify the main differences between HF and VHF/UHF radio equipment. P2: Explain how a Radio Relay System can be a benefit in the local area.

Teaching Method Explanation (with Aidemem issued) + prac.Lesson Radio: Authentication Timing 20 LO3 Learning Objective Assessment Criteria M2: Explain why security is important and identify three items which must not be transmitted over the air. D2: Explain how a callsign may be challenged to identify itself as a genuine Air Cadet radio station. Assessment Method 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 .

Ammo & Defects 40 TO4: To teach the recognition.ADDITIONAL LESSONS . 2: Explain why Safe Handling is important and why accidents happen. 6: Explain how to use the Sighting system. 1: Describe the composition of a . 2: Explain and demonstrate the cleaning process. 1: List five of the characteristics of the No 8 Rifle. 1: Demonstrate removal and fitting of the Bolt. TO3: To teach sight setting. 4: Demonstrate the correct drill for the NSP. 5: Demonstrate how to hand a rifle to another person. Teaching Method Powerpoint & Demo of checking a rifle is clear (Using L98 and No 8). TO1: To introduce the No 8 Rifle. 4: Explain how to prepare a rifle for firing. Assessment Method No 8 IWT: General Description & Safe Handling 40 Demo & EDIP WHT No 8 IWT: Stripping & Cleaning 40 TO2: To teach the care and cleaning of the rifle. listing each stage of the checklist. 3: Describe the key features and rules of the indoor Range.22” cartridge. 1: Demonstrate setting the Sights. Load. EDIP WHT 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 . 2: Demonstrate the Load. 6: Demonstrate the correct building of a firing position. EDIP No 8 IWT: Load. 3: Identify the three types of fire and explain their use. Unload and Misfire Drills. Unload and the types of fire and firing drills. Explain when NSPs must be carried out. 2: List the key rules for the care of ammunition. TO5: To teach the checklist and marksmanship principles. 2: Identify the parts of the No 8 Rifle. 3. 5: List and explain the Marksmanship Principles. care and cleaning of ammunition & weapons. 3: Describe the possible ammunition and weapon defects and the actions to be taken on finding them. Unload.INITIAL WEAPONS TRAINING (SMALL BORE) Lesson Safe Handling of Weapons Timing 30 Learning Objective Assessment Criteria 1: List the Rules for Safe Handling. Firing Drills & Misfire 2 x 40 EDIP No 8 IWT: Holding and aiming.

2: Describe the theory of a group. 3: Achieve a Grouping < 6” at 25m. Nil Teaching Method Assessment Method TO5: To teach the parts of a range and introduce the cadet to LF. Coaching Inspection of Targets 226/TRG/03/040 Dated 13 Sep 2011 . 1: Identify the key parts of a range.Lesson No 8 IWT: WHT No 8 Intro Shoot Timing 10 ea 60 Learning Objective Assessment Criteria As per Pam 21-C.

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