Join the Combined Cadet Force (CCF) at Llandarcy Academy of Sport
The CCF provides further outstanding opportunities for student enrichment at the College
What is the CCF?
The Combined Cadet Force (CCF) offers college students a broad range of challenging, exciting, adventurous and educational activities. The aim is to develop skills in personal responsibility, leadership, and self-discipline.
The CCF is an educational partnership between the College and the Ministry of Defence, and a CCF may include Royal Navy, Royal Marines, and Army or Royal Air Force sections.
How can the CCF benefit students?
As part of the CCF, students across the will college volunteer, regardless of what course they study. They will attend CCF sessions on a Wednesday afternoon at Llandarcy Academy of Sport, as well as weekend camps and a summer camp for at least one week during the academic year. There is little or no cost to students.
Students will follow the CCF syllabus which includes topics such as map reading, military core skills such as weapon handling and shooting, foot drill (marching) and personal presentation skills, community engagement (Remembrance Sunday) and outdoor activities such as orienteering, kayaking, mountain biking and much more.
In addition to their course of study, the CCF aims to create well-rounded young people who are not only motivated but ready for the world of work with skills tailored to all types of employers.
Click here for more information about the social impact of the CCF completed by the University of Northampton.
There is an Open Day taster session at Llandarcy Academy of Sport for any students who are interested in finding out more about the CCF, followed by a selection day at a later date. Dates for these are advertised in due course.
If you would like to know more please see the CCF website or contact Simon Adams (CCF Coordinator – Public Services Lecturer) at the Llandarcy Academy of Sport on 01639 648722 or email email@example.com