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    It seems to me that it's simply a matter of whoever was responsible for the creation of that chart not including the new name for the course. SLC is being replaced with Leadership and Ceremonial Instructor starting in 2011.

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    Sorry for digging up this thread again, but will Leadership and Ceremonial (replacing SLC) still be a national course?

    Just wanna clear things up first before I apply so I know if I have to prepare for review boards and what not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZhengC View Post
    Sorry for digging up this thread again, but will Leadership and Ceremonial (replacing SLC) still be a national course?

    Just wanna clear things up first before I apply so I know if I have to prepare for review boards and what not.
    It's going to be held in each region, like SIC. So yes, there will most likely still be review boards and that whole stuff.
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    I believe that Leadership and Ceremonal will be regional meaning if you are in Central Region, you will be going to TACSTC instead of Cold Lake. The only "national" course is AATC-AO and AATC-AM.
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    So if I was to apply for L&C, I would apply when they ask us who wants to apply for scholarship courses, correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 351_FP View Post
    I believe that Leadership and Ceremonal will be regional meaning if you are in Central Region, you will be going to TACSTC instead of Cold Lake. The only "national" course is AATC-AO and AATC-AM.
    If you mean "National" as only offered in one location, there is AATC-AO, AATC-AM, AATC-AS (Aerospace - held in St-Jean QC), the IACEs, and Oshkosh.

    If you mean "National" as the selection process involving interviews and League scoring, it will include IACE, PPS, GPS, and AATC. Other courses, such as SIC, ASFTC, LCIC, Music, and Oshkosh will be selected Regionally. Expect detailed instructions to be released from your RCSU and League Provincial Commitee within the next 6-8 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZhengC View Post
    Sorry for digging up this thread again, but will Leadership and Ceremonial (replacing SLC) still be a national course?

    Just wanna clear things up first before I apply so I know if I have to prepare for review boards and what not.
    I don't think anyone entirely knows as of right now, but definately give it a shot if your interested!
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    BATAC (basic aviation technology and aerospace course
    It's actually referred to as BATA for some weird reason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    It's actually referred to as BATA for some weird reason
    It's cuz they're awesome like that sir.

    (( ... Bandit flight, eh? You guys were the awesome flight. :B ))
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaraMeikle View Post
    It's cuz they're awesome like that sir.

    (( ... Bandit flight, eh? You guys were the awesome flight. :B ))
    *cough* Apache flight? And I don't think "being awesome" constitutes a reason to be called BATA instead of BATAC.
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    LoL apache...actually I dunno Its hard to say which flight is better we barely ever saw you guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 351_FP View Post
    I believe that Leadership and Ceremonal will be regional meaning if you are in Central Region, you will be going to TACSTC instead of Cold Lake. The only "national" course is AATC-AO and AATC-AM.
    It's Gonna Be At TACSTC? That is not gonna be good considering Glider's there. What Do you get when you mix the Glider courses ego's with the SL Courses Ego :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardcore Mosh View Post
    It's Gonna Be At TACSTC? That is not gonna be good considering Glider's there. What Do you get when you mix the Glider courses ego's with the SL Courses Ego :/
    Difference is, it's not SL's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvin-cadets View Post
    Difference is, it's not SL's.
    You're right, LCIC isn't SLC. It is a whole new course, that will use drill and ceremonial as a milieu to deliver leadership training. And finally, the disparities between the elements for ceremonial will be gone, and the air cadets will be able to do full ceremonial functions that are consistent with CF/Air Force customs, to include drill with arms, fixing bayonets, firing volleys, and feux de joie. Should be a fine course, and conducting it regionally will allow more cadets to attend. My only concern with conducting training regionally is that there will be slight variations from location to location, so that the standard will not be consistent across Canada; however, that isn't a huge issue, as SLC did not ensure a consistent standard, and actually propagated some inaccuracies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DA Wright View Post
    You're right, LCIC isn't SLC. It is a whole new course, that will use drill and ceremonial as a milieu to deliver leadership training. And finally, the disparities between the elements for ceremonial will be gone, and the air cadets will be able to do full ceremonial functions that are consistent with CF/Air Force customs, to include drill with arms, fixing bayonets, firing volleys, and feux de joie. Should be a fine course, and conducting it regionally will allow more cadets to attend. My only concern with conducting training regionally is that there will be slight variations from location to location, so that the standard will not be consistent across Canada; however, that isn't a huge issue, as SLC did not ensure a consistent standard, and actually propagated some inaccuracies.
    SIC has seemed to do quite well even though it has been offered at multiple training centres so I think there will be much of an issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DA Wright View Post
    You're right, LCIC isn't SLC. It is a whole new course, that will use drill and ceremonial as a milieu to deliver leadership training. And finally, the disparities between the elements for ceremonial will be gone, and the air cadets will be able to do full ceremonial functions that are consistent with CF/Air Force customs, to include drill with arms, fixing bayonets, firing volleys, and feux de joie. Should be a fine course, and conducting it regionally will allow more cadets to attend. My only concern with conducting training regionally is that there will be slight variations from location to location, so that the standard will not be consistent across Canada; however, that isn't a huge issue, as SLC did not ensure a consistent standard, and actually propagated some inaccuracies.
    You mean like the swish and the bounce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Gleiberman View Post
    You mean like the swish and the bounce?
    And the promenading, and the command singing, and the...
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    So upsetting that they are getting rid of SLC. Sure you can change Basic to GT, and ITLC to BLC, but come on. 56 years and thats what they do to it. RIP SLC 1954 - 2010
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    Starting this summer, SIC is also turning into SARC (sar-see), or Search and Rescue Course. SIC will be no more.
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