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Twice a year, an intake of new recruits joins Taunton Air Cadets. The next Open Evening for potential cadets and parents to see what ATC is all about will be held at {Date} at Squadron HQ on Longrun Lane.

 

Cadets can take part in a huge range of events and activities including air days, summer camps. kayaking, orienteering, Duke of Edinburgh's Award, shooting and, of course, flying. So, if you are at least 12 years old AND in Year 8 & 17 or under and looking for something interesting and rewarding to do, please come along on, where you'll have an opportunity to talk to existing cadets and staff about life as an air cadet.

For Parents

When your son or daughter joins 41F Squadron, their life will change. They will be mixing with an extraordinary group of highly motivated young people, and they will begin to take part in activities that their friends outside cadets will find hard to believe. A truly rewarding experience...

All the staff on squadron are volunteers, we all give our time freely. We are very proud of the squadron and of the cadets who we see pass through on their way to adult life. We take our role as trainers, mentors and role models very seriously. Above all else though, our primary responsibility is for your childs safety and welfare while in our care.

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All ATC Squadrons and units are operated within a strict set of regulations, defined by the RAF and managed by a chain of command that goes right to the top. All plans for activities are scrutinised by our Wing and Regional bodies, and cannot take place without their approval. All our plans must include a properly considered risk assessment, and provide the required levels of staff supervision and experience, depending on the type of activity, number of cadets taking part etc. If something does go wrong we have a number of first aid qualified staff on hand, and we are all trained in the correct emergency procedures.

The integrity of our staff is vital, and our backgrounds are thoroughly checked before any of us are allowed to supervise cadets. All staff are subject to security and DBS vetting on joining and thereafter every four years. All staff are continually monitored and guided by their superiors. In addition there are compulsory training courses that focus on health and safety and the care of youth. The regulations also forbid any adult staff to be alone with any cadet, at any time, regardless of experience.

When your son or daughter joins 41F Squadron, their life will change. They will be mixing with an extraordinary group of highly motivated young people, and they will begin to take part in activities that their friends outside cadets will find hard to believe. A truly rewarding experience...

All the staff on squadron are volunteers, we all give our time freely. We are very proud of the squadron and of the cadets who we see pass through on their way to adult life. We take our role as trainers, mentors and role models very seriously. Above all else though, our primary responsibility is for your childs safety and welfare while in our care.

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