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Unit History: Cadet Training Team

Cadet Training Team A Short History of CTT

As a result of Stratigic Defence Review (SDR) 2000, CTT moved from the command of 145 (HC) Brigade (Bde) to 49 (East) Bde situated in Chilwell Nottinghamshire. The team did not have to move location and are based in Colchester Essex and administered by Colchester Garrison.

The Team

CTT is a Regular Army unit consisting of 7 personnel drawn from a wide variety of Arms and Corps. Each Instructor spends approximatley 2 years with the team and is qualified to deliver both military and adventurous training. All team members are volunteers and fully vetted to work with cadets.

The Role of CTT

The team is responsible for the provision of support to both the Combined Cadet Force (CCF) and Army Cadet Force (ACF). This support takes many forms as shown below:

Deliver Training Courses to cadets and adults at Brigade Cadet Training Camps.

Deliver Adventurous Training.

Plan and deliver CCF Summer Central Camps in conjunction with other CTT’s.

Assist the ACF with Easter and Summer Camps.

Visit CCF Contingents to provide training and training advice.

Visit ACF Detachments to provide training and training advice.

Assist with sporting competitions.

Plan and conduct specific exercise such as the 49 (E) Bde, Senior Cadet Military Skills Competition EXERCISE COMBAT CADET.

All CTTs work to a Charter.

Forces Reunited Forum Posts Involving Cadet Training Team

"...a TA B Type Commission and as such are entitled to the same priviledges as afforded to officers of both the Regular Army and the TA. ACF Officers are trained at Frimley Park (ACF Training Centre) and can also on an ad hoc basis by Regular Army Cadet Training Teams, in accordance with its own ACF Manual and that laid down by HQ Land (Cadets). TA Units do not control ACF detachments/units within an ACF Battalion or Regiment, as they have their own chain of command ie Cadet Commandant..."
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"...Camp is split into 3 week blocks and designed to give Cadets an insight into the sports of Canoeing/Kayaking and Rock Climbing. Wk 1:- 23 - 29 June 07 Wk 2:- 01 - 06 July 07 Wk 3:- 08 - 13 July 07 Anybody that could help PLEASE contact one of 32 Cadet Training Team members on:- cadettrainingteam32@yahoo.co.uk or Telephone:- 01952 672135 Even if you could help with odd days we would be grateful to hear from you further details on the camp can be seen at:- ..."
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"...Camp is split into 3 week blocks and designed to give Cadets an insight into the sports of Canoeing/Kayaking and Rock Climbing. Wk 1:- 23 - 29 June 07 Wk 2:- 01 - 06 July 07 Wk 3:- 08 - 13 July 07 Anybody that could help PLEASE contact one of 32 Cadet Training Team members on:- cadettrainingteam32@yahoo.co.uk or Telephone:- 01952 672135 Even if you could help with odd days we would be grateful to hear from you further details on the camp can be seen at:- ..."
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