Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Training on 1 Feb, Fri

Fall-in: 1420

Colors: 1430

Attire: No.4, Part As: PT Kit

Things to Bring:

All Parts:

PT Kit (Barracudas Tee)

Part Cs:

Writing Materials

2SG Timothy Syn

NCC UPPER SELETAR TRAINING CENTRE (USTC) OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY ON 5 MARCH 2008

Event Time: 1500h to 1730h (5th March)
Venue: Upper Seletar Reservoir
Kayaking: 12 Part Cs
Boat helpers: 10 Part Bs (only required to go on the 5th March)

Training Session

Dates

Location

1

13 Feb

KSTC

2

20 Feb

KSTC

3

27 Feb

KSTC

Rehearsal

3 Mar

USTC

Actual Day

5 Mar

USTC


Training time at KSTC: 1400h to 1800h
Transport is NOT provided except on the actual day.
On the actual day, there will be a shuttle bus on 5 Mar 08 from 1400h to 1445h and 1700h to 1800h to bring cadets to and fro from Khatib MRT and USTC.

The following chosen Cadets are as follows,
Part B(Boat helpers):
2B Ming Long
2C Toh Teoh Yong
2C Jun Cong
2D James Lui
2D Christian Quah
2E Justin Kwan
2F Tan Jun Jie
2F Tommy Leong
2G Yan Zhao
2H Chester Tan

Part C(Kayakers):
3C Kia Kiat
3D Brandon Hong
3D Wong Zhen Yang
3E Kai En
3G Feldman Lim
3G Tan Jee Chiok
3H Terence Choo
3H Joshua Pang
3H Kenneth Chew
3K Benjamin Wong
3L Keefe Tan
3L Ronald Lee

2SG Timothy Syn

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Training on 25th Jan, Fri

Attire: No.4 (PT kit for Part A's)
Fall-in: 1420h
Colours: 1430h
Dismissal: 1830h++
Things to Bring:
All Parts:
PT Kit (Barracudas Tee)

Part As:
Writing Materials

2SG Timothy Syn

Sunday, January 20, 2008

This Post is Meant For the Part C's

This is Concerning the Annual Kayaking Expedition(AKE)


Annex C

LIST OF ITEMS TO BRING:
Preparatory Trainings


Student Identity Card (compulsory)

One Extra set of dry clothing (compulsory)

Towel (compulsory)

Medications (sea-sick pills, Panadol, if necessary)

Sunblock Lotion (compulsory)

Sunglasses (UV protected)

Cap (compulsory)

Water Bottle (min. 1.5L, compulsory)

Gloves

Wet-PT Shoes / Booties / Sandals (compulsory)

Track Shoe (compulsory)




Mini-Expeditions / AKE Trainings

All the items in Preparatory training(above) and the following:

2 Overnight Packs (compulsory) - 1 pack consists of 1set of dry clothing, powder, personal toiletries, towel

Sponge (large)

Bailer (old 1.5litre plastic bottle, compulsory)

Personal thermometer

Mosquito repellent (rub-on or spray-on)

Plastic Mug with handle

Sleeping Bag (compulsory)

Whistle (compulsory)



REMINDER
Participants are advised not to bring valuables (e.g. Excessive money, jewellery, etc) and expensive items (cameras, video cameras, palmtops, etc.) to the training/camp.

HQ NCC will not be responsible for any losses or damages to personal belongings and valuables.

All participants will be checked for the compulsory items when they report at the centre.


3SG Stephan

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Training on 18 Jan Fri

Attire: No.4
Fall-in: 1420h outside log room
Colours: 1430h
Dismissal: 1800h+
What to bring: PT kit and writing materials

2SG Timothy Syn

Monday, January 14, 2008

AKE form distribution

This Post is Meant for the Part C's

To all Part C's
Please meet at the Log Room After school this Wednesday,16 January to collect the Application Forms for The Annual Kayaking Expedition 2008.


3SG Stephan

Sunday, January 13, 2008

34th Annual Kayaking Expedition 2008


INTRODUCTION

This Post is meant for The PART C's Only

(EXTRACT FROM
ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS FOR NCC (SEA) 34TH ANNUAL KAYAKING EXPEDITION 2008)

[HQ NCC (Sea) will be conducting the 34th Annual Kayaking Expedition 2008 (AKE 2008) from 9 June to 12 June 2008.

Application is now open to all Part C NCC (Sea) cadets and selected NCC (Land) and NCC (Air) cadets.

All application forms and nominal roll must reach HQ NCC (Sea) by 1 Feb 2008 (Friday).

IMPORTANT

Participants are required to attend all trainings once their names are registered on the nominal roll. The rations for participants are indented for these trainings. As such, any registered participants who do not attend training would be required to pay for the ration not consumed.


The participants would be required to have a proper haircut and correct hair colour for training, otherwise, they would not be allowed for the training.

Participants must adhere to all regulations for training safety, to be equipped with the proper attire and bring the required items for training. A list of items for participants to bring is given in Annex C. Those participants who fail to comply will not be allowed to continue the training.


CRITERIA
In view of the safety requirements for sea expedition, all participants must meet the following criteria:


a. No medical history


b. Maximum weight limit of 80 kg


c. NAPFA Bronze or better


d. Attain 1 Star Kayaking Award or better


e. Attain National Survival Swimming Award (NASSA) – Bronze, or Learn-to-Swim Programme LTSP –Intermediate, or other swimming awards (able to swim 50 metres in a recognised stroke).
Note: 2 STAR Kayaking Award holders may be exempted from Criteria (e).


SELECTION


All participants are required to complete 2 preparatory trainings and the mini-expedition.
For the actual AKE, a total of 120 cadets comprising 100 Sea cadets and 20 Land/Air cadets would be selected.


Absentees (without valid reasons/medical certification) and late comers (after 0900) for training will be deemed to have withdrawn from the AKE 2008. Appeals for re-entry to AKE 2008 trainings will not be entertained.


AWARD OF CERTIFICATES AND BADGES
The participants who attend 2 preparatory trainings, the mini-expedition and AKE will be given certificates and badges (Silver type for Mini Expedition and Gold type for AKE) upon successful completion for their achievements.


The names given on the nominal rolls need to be accurate as it will be used to prepare the certificates.


SCHEDULE FOR TRAININGS
The trainings for AKE 2008 include preparatory trainings, a mini-expedition and conclude with the AKE.
Preparatory Trainings are held at Sembawang Sea Training Centre on Saturdays, starting at 0800hrs and ending at 1700hrs. Details will be given later.
The training sessions are:
Training Session
Dates

Session for Sea Units and Districts


1
16 Feb
AM - ACS(I), ACS(B), MSHS, TKS, VS,
PM - SFSS, PCS, SS, MSS, FMSS


2
23 Feb
AM - JYSS, AES, AI, PHS, BBSS
PM - CVSS, CSS, RSS, CCKS, OPSS


3
1 Mar

LAND/AIR


4
8 Mar
AM - ACS(I), ACS(B), MSHS, TKS, VS,
PM - SFSS, PCS, SS, MSS, FMSS


5
15 Mar

AM - JYSS, AES, AI, PHS, BBSS
PM - CVSS, CSS, RSS, CCKS, OPSS


6
29 Mar
LAND/AIR


7
18 to 20 Apr
Mini-Expedition (all, in 2 phases)


8
9 to 12 June

AKE (all selected)


MINI-EXPEDITIONS


The execution for Mini-Expedition will be done in 2 phases by Groups A to B with 120 participants in each group.


The Groups A will report on 18 April at 1800 and will be dismissed on 19 April at 2000 hr.

While Groups B will report on 19 April at 1800 and will be dismissed on 20 April at 2000 hr.

The overnight rest area will be provided at Sembawang Camp.


AKE 2008


The duration of AKE 2008 will be over 3 days and 2 nights with 120 participants in one group.

The selected participants will report on 9 June at 1500hr and will be dismissed on 12 June by 1800 hr. The venue for reporting and dismissal is Sembawang Sea Training Centre at SAF Yacht Club.]

Annex C(Item List) Will be posted on a later date.

3SG Stephan



Thursday, January 10, 2008

11/01/08 Land Training

12/01/08
Attire:No.3 Uniform except for those chosen to be in No.4
Fall-in: 0645 outside log room
Dismissal: 1400
No need to bring PT Kit


11/01/08
Attire: No.3 Uniform
Fall-in:1420hrs outside log room
colours: 1430hrs
dismissal: 1830hrs
There will be PT. All parts will be required to bring your PT Kit (barracudas tee)

Please maintain your uniform in tip top shape, there will be uniform check tomorrow.
Attendence is COMPULSORY FOR ALL PARTS



SSG Kua Jing Han

Friday, January 04, 2008

Meeting for Lecturers

This Notice Is for the Part D's

Those Part D's who conducted Lectures for Parts A and B for the Sea Proficiency Test last year, there will be a meeting being held on Monday, 7th of January after Afternoon Assembly at The Log Room, commissoned by SSG Kua Jing Han

This Meeting is very important, Please turn up if your name is below. If you cannot make it for the meeting, please contact Jing Han. (edit: If you have conducted lectures but your name is not below, please turn up as well - SSG Kua Jing Han)

Those that are required to turn up are

Part A Lecturers:
SSG Aaron Choo
3SG Frederick Tong


Part B Lecturers:

3SG Alfred Neo
3SG Charles Tomas
SSG Kua Jing Han
2SG Matthew Tan
3SG Ray Lim

Others:
SSG Nicholas Koh
SSG Nicholas Liaw
CPL Benjamin Chua
SSG Joel Tan



3SG Stephan

Thursday, January 03, 2008

MSTD 1/2008

This post is meant for Part C's only.

The first Midshipman Sea Training Deployment(MSTD) for 2008 is coming up.
There are 2 possible Dates for this MSTD,from the 9th to the 17th February (Singapore to Jakarta) or from the 8th to the 18th March (Bangkok to Singapore).

Those Part C cadets that are interested in taking part, the interview will most likely be scheduled on the 11th of January at 16oo hrs and the medical check- up for the trip will be on 23rd and 24th of January, 14oo hrs, at the Central Manpower Base(CMPB).

The Deadline for submission is on the 4th of January.

Apologies for the short notice given

3rd Sgt. Stephan

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

04/01/08 Land Training

Attire: No.4 Uniform
Fall-in:1410hrs outside log room
colours: 1430hrs
dismissal: 1830hrs
Bring your writing materials.
There will be PT. All will be required to bring your PT Kit (barracudas tee)
Please make an effort to attend this training, we have some interesting activities for you.
I sincerely apologise for such short notice.


SSG Kua Jing Han