Gaining a nationally recognised qualification

This week 26 cadets from across the Battalion successfully gained a BTEC – Level 4 qualification in Teamwork, Personal Skills and Citizenship in Uniformed Youth Organisations.

The cadets who are all aged 13 and 14 years embarked on their studies in September 2014. The award which is linked to the 1 star APC syllabus is designed to enhance the learning experience of the cadets involved while at the same time gaining them a nationally recognised qualification.

Amy C PortraitOne of the cadets who gained the award LBdr Amy Coulter from A Troop RA said:

I decided to participate in the BTEC as it sounded worthwhile. I was also looking forward to gaining the award so that I could add it to my CV which I could use in later life. I enjoyed the overall experience of being involved in the award and I now plan to start another qualification in the future

The cadets who gained the award are:-

2 PL RSB MOTHERWELL

Cdt Rachel Rodger, Cdt Samantha Marshall, Cdt Jamieson Edgar, Cdt Dylan Thomas, Cdt John Rodger, Cdt Kimberley Dougal, Cdt Lauren Green, Cdt Chloe Thomas

A PL RHF KINGSPARK

Cdt Elisa Murdoch, Cdt Brandon Nobre, Cdt Declan Reynolds

A TP RA BROOMHILL

Cdt Kieran McDermott, Cdt Aiden Flynn, Cdt Christopher Inglis,Cdt Craig Kerr, LBdr Amy Coulter, Cdt Dylan Hutchison, Cdt Harry Shaw, Cdt Gavin Melly, Cdt Christian Seager, Cdt Rhys Brown, Cdt Lewis Brown

3 TP RE AIRDRIE

LCpl Ross Kay, LCpl Adam MacDonald, Cdt Kieran Carragher, Cdt David Murray

The certificates will be presented to the cadets at the Battalion’s Easter Camp In April.

3 thoughts on “Gaining a nationally recognised qualification

  1. Many congratulations to each and every one of you on your achievement. Captain Hughes, Development Officer

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