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810 Grant McConachie Squadron
ROOKIE BOOT CAMP INFORMATION SHEET
WHAT IS ROOKIE BOOT CAMP???
Rookie Boot Camp is a joint weekend with 12 and 287
Squadrons that introduces our new cadets to basic
information about the program. It also gives them an insight
to how summer camp routine happens and encourages them
to work together as a group.
Who : All new cadets!
When : 18-20 Oct 13
Where : Penhold Air Cadet Summer Training Centre
Timings : Meet at 1745hrs (5:45 PM) on Friday 18 Oct
at 12 Squadron (7404 Meridian Street). The cadets will
return at approximately 1500hrs (3:00 PM) on Sunday
Please fill out the attached paperwork and return to
squadron on 16 Oct 13.
Don’t worry if you don’t have a uniform yet!
LETTER OF CONSENT AND RELEASE OF RELIABILITY
To parents/guardians: please return this form filled in and signed by 16 Oct 13 GENERAL
To parents/guardians of cadets from 810 RCACS who are participating in the trip to Penhold
Alberta from October 18th to October 20th, 2013.
The purpose of this letter is to formally advise you of details of this trip and make you aware of
the roles, responsibilities and liability of the Air Cadet League, the Department of National
Defence/Canadian Forces, cadets and yourself. Your signature at the end of this letter will
indicate that you have read and understand this letter and accept the conditions and risks to
your son/daughter/ward and yourself under which this trip is being conducted. SPONSORSHIP
Within the Canadian Cadet program, this activity is part of the optional training program and is
funded by the Guardians of 810 Sponsoring Committee. The Guardians of 810 Sponsoring
Committee also provides support for it. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND ILLEGAL DRUGS
In accordance with cadet policies, cadets are prohibited from consuming alcoholic beverages or
using illegal drugs. If these rules are broken, the following may occur:
a. the cadet may be sent home at the parent's/guardian's expense;
b. the cadet may be prohibited from taking part in any further trip activities;
c. the cadet may lose cadet training and cadet membership privileges; and
d. if injured while under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, medical insurance MAY NOT
apply and any resulting expenses could be the responsibility of the parent/guardian. MEDICAL
810 RCACS will be travelling with over-the-counter medications that may be administered if
necessary and with prior parent’s/guardian’s consent. Only the Commanding Officer or the First
Aid Officer will administer these medications. Dosage instructions will be followed as per
package instructions. On the consent form below, parents/guardians are requested to initial if
they agree or disagree to have certain medications administered to their son/daughter/ward
during the course of the trip.
Prescribed medications MUST be carried by the cadet in a pharmacy-labeled bottle with current
doctor's orders clearly typed. Your son/daughter/ward should bring only enough medication for
the trip (plus a little extra in case of spillage).
Medical Alert Bracelets. Please arrange for your son/daughter/ward to wear a medical alert
bracelet as recommended by your physician or pharmacist for life threatening allergies or for
complicated medical conditions. Complicated or multiple issues may require a written, detailed
explanation be kept on the cadet's person while travelling, in case he or she is separated from
CONSENT AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY
WAIVER OF CLAIMS, ASSUMPTION OF RISKS AND INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT
1. By my signature, I, ____________________________________________ (print full name), the parent or legal guardian of ________________________________________ (print full name), a member of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets, realizing the potential hazards associated with travelling away from the cadet squadron locality of Edmonton and taking part in cadet activities and training, on behalf of myself and him/her (cross out non applicable), and my and his/her (cross out non applicable) heirs, devisees, successors, assigns, executors and administrators, in consideration of him/her (cross out non applicable) being permitted to participate in a trip to Penhold Alberta, from October 18th to Oct 20th, including visits to Red Deer, or any other activities related to this trip, hereby:
a. acknowledge having read the terms and conditions of this activity funded by the
Guardians of 810 Sponsoring Committee and indicate my understanding and acceptance;
b. accept/do not accept (cross out non applicable) that my son/daughter/ward will
occasionally have "FREE TIME" without direct supervision;
c. give the Commanding Officer or First Aid Officer permission to authorize emergency
medical treatment if required for my son/daughter/ward;
d. waive all claims of any nature or kind whether in contract, tort, negligence or otherwise,
against Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, Her officers, servants, agents, employees and members of Her Canadian Forces and the Air Cadet League its officers, servants, agents, employees and members, all in their employment and private capacities, in any manner arising out of, based upon, occasioned by or attributable to the activities of them, including negligence on their part, or any action taken or things done or maintained by virtue thereof;
e. having determined that the activities involve potential hazards and may result in
physical harm and wishing in any event him/her (cross out non applicable) to carry out the activity voluntarily assume any risks that may be associated with the activity;
f. at all times indemnify and save harmless Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, Her
officers, servants, agents, employees and members of Her Canadian Forces and the Air Cadet League its officers, servants, agents, employees and members from and against all claims and demands, loss, costs, damages, actions, causes of action, suits, or other proceedings by whomsoever made, brought, or prosecuted in a manner, related to any loss, property damage, personal injury or death, resulting from, occasioned by or attributable in any way to his/her (cross out non applicable) presence on this trip; and
g. covenant that I will not commence or maintain against any person, any action or
proceeding which will give rise to a claim against Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, Her officers, servants, agents, employees and members of Her Canadian Forces and the Air Cadet League its officers, servants, agents, employees and members for contribution or indemnity.
2. Parents/Guardians are requested to initial if they agree or disagree to have the medications listed below administered if necessary by the Commanding Officer or the First Aid Officer
to their son/daughter/ward during the course of the trip.
TYLENOL 325 mg tablets for pain or fever will be administered according to package directives.
IBUPROPHEN tablets for pain relief, muscle pain and reduce fever will be administered according to package directives.
GRAVOL 50 mg tablets for travel nausea (on the airplane probably) will be administered according to package directives.
DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Benadryl) for symptoms of allergic rhinitis, motion sickness and insect bites and stings will be administered according to package directives.
ROBITUSSIN DM syrup for cough suppression will be administered according to package directives.
Cadets travelling with prescription drugs are requested to list them below.
Cadets are requested to provide a list of their known allergies.
Personal Kit List – Rookie Boot Camp
Hygiene Kit (tooth brush, tooth paste, hair brush, etc.)
Boot Polishing kit (black kiwi polish, polish cloth, old tooth brush)
Sewing kit (with navy blue thread)
2 pairs Physical Training Shorts
2 Physical Training shirts
All uniform parts (wedge, tunic, pants, boots, shirt, belt) if issued.
Shampoo + Conditioner
3 pairs underwear
3 pairs regular socks
1 pair wool socks
Any medication required (must be reported to an officer)
Females also bring;
Bobby pins (same color as hair)
Hair net (same color as hair) Forbidden Items;
Weapons of any kind
Any illegal substance including alcohol
Pornographic or offensive materials
Outside food (unless permitted by an officer)
Cell Phone/ Cell Phone use or other electronics.
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