League Cadet Advancement Courses

Cadets are required to complete Correspondence Courses in order to advance in rank. Unless your cadet has completed all course work, each drill course work MUST be turned in.

Click the below link to access the required courses that must be completed for each rank advancement.

Courses are listed in the order required

NLCC Cadets are only required to complete the NLCC Syllabus

Once completed, cadets can start on their BMR (Basic Military Requirements) which is needed to advance to Sea Cadets.

NLCC-League Cadet Required Coursework (in order)

  1. NLCC APPRENTICE CADET
  2. NLCC ABLE CADET
  3. NLCC PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS
  4. NLCC PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS
  5. NLCC PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS
  6. BASIC MILITARY REQUIREMENTS (14325) BMR

Correspondence Course Instructions

NOTE:  Course manuals are fairly large.  Printing the manuals is not recommended.  It is better recommended to download them and save them to your computer.

1.  Download and save the course manual.

2. Click the “Assignments” links on the course access page.

3. Print the assignment sheets out or save them to your computer and complete the correspondence course.

4. Print out the official “Correspondence Course Answer Sheet” (As many as you need)

5. Course questions must be “bubbled in” on the official “Correspondence Course Answer Sheet.

6. Turn in the completed answer sheet to the CO to be graded (preferably email course work to [email protected])

League Cadet Orientation Training & Advanced Training 

The NLCC training program is modeled after the Sea Cadet program, but is tailored to be age-appropriate. The training program is less arduous, but still includes a wide variety of training opportunities designed to give League Cadets exposure to Navy life.

Cadets can attend a one-week, away-from-home Navy League Orientation class. Cadets who  complete orientation can participate in advanced training sessions such  as classes in aviation, sailing, leadership, medical and adventure  training. League Cadets also learn about small boats and small boat safety using the US Coast Guard’s safe boating curriculum.

While recruit training is designed to familiarize cadets with Navy life and Navy-style discipline, advanced training focuses on military and general career fields and opportunities. It also serves to provide cadets with disciplined and interesting activities during the year.

Training opportunities can be found here. Prior to signing up for any training please notify your chain of command of your intentions.

Physical Readiness Test

Physical Fitness is a requirement of the Sea Cadet Program.  In order to attend local and remote training’s, Cadets must pass and maintain minimum physical fitness requirements.

All Sea Cadets participate in PT (Physical Training). It is suggested that all Cadets utilize the NSCC/NLCC PHYSICAL READINESS MANUAL to know what is expected and what goals they should strive to meet. Exceptions are made for those Cadets with medical needs. Below is the PRT chart, as well as the link to swim qualifications, so you can see where you need to be in order to pass or earn a ribbon.

Because The Sea Cadet standards meet a lot of the same standards as the Presidential Physical Fitness Challenge, some Cadets may be eligible for additional ribbons and awards.

SWIM_QUALIFICATIONS

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