Who are we?


RCSCC Fredericton is a Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps located in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

​At RCSCC Fredericton, we are a FREE youth program that empowers leaders of tomorrow through fun, engaging, and challenging activities.

As part of the Cadet movement, we adhere to the standards set out by Cadets Canada.

What do we do at the Corps?


The Sea Cadet Corps Program is primarily focused on maritime activities derived from the Canadian Navy and the civilian maritime community. It is comprised of the following established Sea cadet activities as well as activities common to the Sea, Army and Air cadet programs:

Sea Cadet Activities:
Seamanship/Rope Work; 
Sailing;
Small Craft Operations;
Ship Operations; and
Royal Canadian Navy and Civilian Maritime Community Familiarization

 

Common Cadet Activities:
General Cadet Knowledge;
Drill & Ceremonial;
Leadership;
Instructional Techniques; 
Community Service; 
Cultural education/Travel;
Citizenship;
Personal fitness and Healthy living;
Recreational sports; 
Air Rifle Marksmanship;
Biathlon;
Music - Military Band; and
Positive Social Relations for Youth Training 

What opportunities do you have?

​Cadets have extra opportunities to enhance their learning with CTC (Cadet Training Centres) in the summer and International Exchanges to various places across the world (both free of charge). 

CTC Options (Summer Training):
General Training (Two weeks)
Basic Sail (Three weeks)
Basic Seamanship (Three weeks)
Boatswain's Mate (Three weeks)
Basic Drill and Ceremonial (Three weeks)
Basic Fitness and Sports (Three weeks)
Basic Musician (Three weeks)
Intermediate Sail (Six weeks)
Ships Boat Operator (Six weeks)
Air Rifle Marksmanship Instructor (Six weeks)
Drill and Ceremonial Instructor (Six weeks)
Fitness and Sports Instructor (Six weeks)
Intermediate Musician (Six weeks)
Sail Instructor (Six weeks)
Advanced Musician (Six weeks)
Advanced Sail (Six weeks)

International Exchange Options:
Australia
Bermuda
Japan
South Korea
Netherlands
Sweden
United Kingdom
United States of America

About Us

 

About RCSCC FREDERICTON

The unit was named after the corvette HMCS FREDERICTON, which served in the Second World War.

 
The second ship to bear the name HMCS FREDERICTON is a Halifax-Class frigate in the Canadian navy east coast fleet, based in Halifax. 

HMCS FREDERICTON is our affiliated unit.


The Corps donated the original ship ensign and a navigational chart from the last Atlantic Ocean crossing by the original HMCS FREDERICTON to the new ship during her commissioning. The Commanding Officer of HMCS FREDERICTON had them properly encased and framed.Realizing the historical significance and considering the nature of an operational warship the crew felt the artefacts would be safer and better preserved if they were not kept on board. They returned them to RCSCC FREDERICTON. The ties between the ship and the sea cadet corps have been maintained over the years since commissioning.

RCSCC FREDERICTON has been recognized for excellence in many areas such as music, drill, biathlon and marksmanship. It has won awards for the top corps in New Brunswick, the Maritimes, and Canada. A number of cadets have been recognized for their outstanding performance both provincially and nationally.

The unit is extremely active in sports, including sailing, marksmanship, and biathlon, a sport combining the skills of cross country skiing and marksmanship. Over the past several seasons this unit has placed at the provincial level and has sent individual competitors and teams to the Canadian Cadet National Biathlon Competition. Corps biathlon team members have competed in the Canada Winter Games.

RCSCC FREDERICTON's community service activities have included collecting food for the Fredericton Food Bank, looking after a section of the Lincoln Road in the Adopt-a-Highway program, playing in community parades and at the Veterans Nursing Unit, and volunteer service at the IWK FundRaising Event, among other activities.

 

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