NLCC Carinthia is a non-profit organization that is run by volunteers and relies solely on the generosity of our community to keep us afloat. The funds we raise through our usual in-person events, such as tagging, support our program by subsidizing events such as camps and allow us to purchase uniforms and equipment.
For the safety of our Cadets, in-person fundraising has been cancelled, so this year, more than ever, we need to rely on donations and support from our community.
We ask you to consider making a tax deductible donation to our organization this year using this link:
As we prepare for the upcoming training year, we are implementing national and local COVID-19 safety/public health measures. We are planning to resume in-person training for returning cadets only in October. More information will be sent by email to returning cadets.
We have retired our land line and are not reachable by phone. Officers will still be able to contact you during training, if required. Please make sure the office has your most up-to-date contact information. We will verify contact information for all new and returning cadets at our next registration night
Whatever the weather, March comes in like a lion at NLCC Carinthia. The routine orders have been posted with all of our planned activities, starting with practices for Squadron Competitions on March 7th. Teams finishing in first place will continue practices to prepare for provincial competitions in Toronto at the end of the month. And while all of this is happening, we have our regular training going on!
There will be NO CADETS during March Break (16-20 March). We hope you enjoy your break!
December brings us near the end of our training program for most of the training levels. Cadets completing New Entry, Ordinary Cadet, Able Cadet, and Leading Cadet levels will write exams in January and then will start on their next level. More information will be sent home closer to the exam date.
Before all of that happens, December is a busy month with tagging, competition practice, training, a mess dinner, and Laser Quest all happening before we break for the holidays. Our last night of cadets will be December 19th. We will resume training on January 9th. New entry registration will be held that evening starting at 1915 hrs. We’ll let you know about the schedule for the returning cadets shortly.
Registration information, including necessary forms, is available on our JOIN page.
And with our first fun-filled camp under our belt, September has come to an end. We enrolled 35 New Entries and training at all levels is underway. Registration for new entries is closed. More information about our next registration date(s) will be posted here – watch this space!
October is filled with training, competition practice and a sports night. The Routine Orders for October have been posted with the schedule and a preview of events happening later in the training year.
We will also be providing training to the cadets in staff positions for the upcoming year. The schedule for the evening is:
1830-1915: New Entry Registration 1915-1930: Presentation for new cadets and families 1930-2015: Returning Cadet Administration and Supply** 2015-2045: Ship’s Routine Training for all Staff Cadets, DPO, Signalmen and Messengers
** If anyone is requesting a uniform exchange, you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the cadet’s full name and details of which uniform parts to be exchanged, including the reason/new size needed if known. All uniform parts needing to be exchanged must be freshly laundered. New parts will not be issued without the return of the original part, so please bring them with you on registration night to avoid delays.