Oxfordshire Army Cadets is home to over 630 Cadets and almost 200 Cadet Force Adult Volunteers and is part of a national youth organisation for boys and girls aged 12-18.
The Army Cadets is about fun, friendship, action and adventure that inspire young people to challenge their limits and go further in life, no matter what they aim to do.
They aim at inspiring young people in the core values; Selfless commitment, Respect for others, Loyalty, Integrity, Discipline and Courage. Giving world-class training in military and civilian skills alike. During a cadet’s carer, they will be given the opportunity to complete a large number of activities such as First aid, expeditions, Fieldcraft and also gain civilian qualification like the BETC in music and public services and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme.
They split ourselves down into 20 detachments across Oxfordshire; Abingdon, Banbury, Bicester, Blackbird Leys, Burford, Carterton, Chipping Norton, Didcot, Donnington Bridge, Eynsham, Headington, Henley, Kidlington, Oxford centre, Shrivenham, Thame, Wallingford, Wheatley and Witney.
They also offer exciting opportunities for people over the age of 18 to be able to support cadet training and young people’s development as Cadet Force Adult Volunteers. No past military or teaching experience is required just a passion for helping young people turn into the adults of the future!
For more information about the Army Cadets or to being a Cadet Force Adult Instructor in Oxfordshire please visit our county website https://armycadets.com/county/oxfordshire-acf/ or call us on 01869 259684.