The RAF Air Cadet Aviation Practice 1 Award has been developed through Lowland Reserve FCA and is awarded and certificated by SQA in partnership with Lowland RFCA. It has been designed to match the learning carried out by cadets as they progress in the organisation – in this case, to the level of First Class Cadet.
The award demonstrates a level of proficiency in a range of subjects, including teamwork and citizenship as well as a basic understanding of aviation-related principles and best practice
It covers topics such as basic navigation, airmanship and radio communications, and provides recognition for the hard work that RAF Air Cadets do in their spare time.This award is at level 5 on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework, and is worth 4 credits.
Members of the RAF Air Cadets aged 12-15 years, who have successfully completed the training to achieve the rank of Leading Cadet.
This is an SQA customised award, credit-rated at SCQF level 5 and listed on a young person’s National Record of Achievement alongside their school and college qualifications.
Provider: Air Training Corps
For Ages: 12 - 15
Time to Complete: 12 Months
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Meeting Frequency: Ad Hoc
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