Marine Training Corps Rye
The Marine Training Corps follows a syllabus which gets more challenging each year. As you learn more about each topic and get better at it, you will go up the ranks and through the star levels until you reach Master Cadet.
Training will be split over training evenings, field days, some weekend camps and courses, and Summer Camp. Parade evenings take place twice a week. This provides training across a number of different areas, which is then enhanced during field days and weekend training camps, where cadets can spend longer periods of time developing a particular skill.
The cadet syllabus is designed to be progressive so that cadets can build upon the foundation of previous star levels and advance at their own speed through their time in the MTC. Additionally, the syllabus offers an elective element, giving cadets the freedom to choose the path that best suits their interests.
All training provided to cadets must be aligned with pertinent to their needs. Although the relevance of certain lessons may not be immediately apparent, they can still provide valuable experiences to cadets. For example, the reason cadets learn a section attack is not to prepare for an actual attack, but to develop teamwork, communication, leadership, and physical fitness skills.
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