Welcome to 351 Silver Star Squadron!

Summer Course 2018

Regular Summer Course
Course Info Pamphlet (2018)
Application will open shortly. In the mean time, decide your top 3 courses now. Note that national target is to have 30% of the cadets to be on summer course. Each squadron is given specific quotas. Once offers are made (in Apr) the quota is used up and may not return even if cancelled. Only apply for courses you intend to accept.

Although no guarantee until course offers are out later this year, it is expected 351 will be assigned "Serial B" dates for 3-week courses and "Serial C" for 2-week course (see pamphlet for dates). Travel day is usually 1 day prior to start of course; and same day as the end of course. This info may assist cadets make their summer plans accordingly.

Cadets must be aware that not completing a level by end of year (e.g. not completing all mandatory training) may lead to course eligibility no longer being satisfied and result in automatic removal from course.

National Course
National course application period has passed. For more information about national courses, see: National course handbook.

Cadets may be able to earn high school coop credits while attending summer course. More details to come.
The 351 Silver Star Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron is located in the vibrant community of Unionville, within the City of Markham, Ontario.

The Cadet program provides a dynamic and structured activity to Canadian youth. To find out more about our squadron, please visit our FAQ and About Us pages.

If you are between the age of 12 to 18 and are interested in joining us, please visit our Join page. Feel free to visit one of our Thursday training nights. to see what we are all about!

All of our cadet activities are supervised by screened adults. In order to continue to provide a safe and encouraging environment for our cadets, we need your help. Many of our staffs are parents of cadets with no previous experience. Contact us now to get involved.

Visit these pages to find out more.

Join as a CIC Officer
Join as a Civilian Instructor
Join as a Civilian Volunteer

We rely on local supporters in many ways to help run the squadron smoothly. Please visit the supporters page to see how you can contribute to our success.

Supply

There is currently no supply night scheduled. Please check back again later.

Mandatory Training

Mandatory trainings are required to advance a cadet's career and include:
- NCO development (Level 3 and up)
   17 Sep
- Mandatory FTX (1 of 2 weekends)
   6-8 Oct / 11-13 May
- Marksmanship Day (1 of 2 days)
   2 Dec / 3 Dec
- Aviation Day (1 of 2 days)
   4 / 25 Mar
- Tagging days
  (2 half-day shifts each weekend)
   Fall: 20-22 Oct
   Spring: 20-22 Apr
- Remembrance Day Parade
   11 Nov
- Santa Claus Parade
   25 Nov
- Annual Review Practices
   Sun May afternoons
- Annual Review
   3 Jun

- Other mandatory training as announced in the year

Attendance is strictly required.

Gliding Days

Cadets get an intro flight in a glider, learn about flying, and have some outdoor sports fun.
- 1 / 22 / 29 Oct
- 29 Apr, 26 May, 10 Jun

All cadets should attend at least 1 gliding day each year.