ACC54-Cadet EFFECTIVE SPEAKING COMPETITION FOR ROYAL CANADIAN AIR CADETS

APPLICATION FORM EFFECTIVE SPEAKING COMPETITION FOR ROYAL CANADIAN AIR CADETS

Open to all cadets who have not aged out up to and including the day of the National Competition PLEASE INDICATE TOPIC FOR PREPARED SPEECH

(Official Speech Topics are available from the National Website and from the Effective Speaking Coordinator)

Please select your topic. If you are chosing #10, Please indicate clearly your topic.
Cadet's Name(Required)
Address(Required)
Email(Required)
Preferred Language(Required)

** Must notify host Squadron four weeks prior to competition if you wish to compete in French, English or both **

 

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DECLARATION BY CADET I wish to enter the Air Cadet League of Canada Effective Speaking Competition. I will study the rules of the competition and shall be bound by all of the requirements of such rules. I will not have any electronic communication devices on my person at any time during the competition. I agree to accept the decision of the judges at each level of competition as final.

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PARENTAL/GUARDIAN APPROVAL I hereby give approval for my son/daughter/ward to participate in the Air Cadet League of Canada Effective Speaking Competition for Royal Canadian Air Cadets and agree to accept the decision of the Judges at each level of competition as final.

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RECOMMENDED FOR COMPETITION (CO) I have examined the Enrolment Form of this Air Cadet and the candidate is within the specified requirements.

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RECOMMENDED FOR COMPETITION (SSC CHAIR) I have examined the Enrolment Form of this Air Cadet and the candidate is within the specified requirements.

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** NOTE **

COMPETITION AT THE PROVINCIAL/TERRITORIAL LEVEL MUST BE COMPLETED BY APRIL 30TH, 2022

All contestants must compete at every level in Air Cadet Uniform – C-2 Duty Dress – web belts, lanyards, and spats are not permitted

CADET MUST BRING COMPLETED FORM TO COMPETITION  

Open to all cadets who have not aged out up to and including the day of return to unit from the National Competition

Plagiarism: Plagiarism will not be permitted and may result in disqualification. Definition: The practice of taking of someone else's words or ideas and passing them off as one's own. Another person's words/phrases may be used providing that they are given credit for their words or phrases.
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