The third year develops a strong knowledge of Ship's Operations and the beginnings of instructional technique training, while increasing leadership abilities.
The fourth year, with a heavy focus on leadership and instructional techniques. Also an introduction to charting and navigation.
A two year, self-study program, with individual guidance from a mentor. Almost entirely on the job training, with minimal in-class training.
The second year of training, for returning cadets. Training includes the beginning of peer leadership and more advanced naval knowledge.
The Corps Program is central to the overall foundation that sea cadets require to undertake the other components of the program. It focuses on giving all sea cadets, instruction and opportunities to develop knowledge and skills in a variety of subject areas while also introducing them to specialized activities.
The sea cadet corps program is primarily focused on maritime activities derived from the Canadian Navy and the civilian maritime community. It is comprised of the following established sea cadet activities as well as activities common to the Sea, Army and Air cadet programs:
The phase training program is conducted between September and June of each training year through a combination of training sessions and training days. The phase training program is divided into five phases. Normally a cadet will only attempt one phase training level in a given training year: Phase One; Phase Two; Phase Three; Phase Four; and Phase Five.
Each phase training level is divided into two compulsory components that must be completed by all cadets. The two components are mandatory activities and complementary activities.
For New Entry Cadets, the first year of their training. An introduction to the naval atmosphere through co-operation and fun.