Cadets with 121 Squadron will have the opportunity to take part
in all forms of adventure training such as expeditions, camping,
escape and evasion and initiative exercises. Our cadets will also
have the chance to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award
scheme. In addition to Squadron and Wing organised events, cadets
may also get the chance to go to one of the ATC's adventure training
centres for climbing, canoeing or camping. Several cadets on our
squadron have also had the opportunity to go skiing, offshore sailing
Squadrons within the Warwickshire and Birmingham Wing have the
use of permanent accommodation in Elan Valley, mid-Wales. Groups
of cadets from 121 Squadron regularly use the Elan Valley camp as
a base from which to conduct adventure training exercises and expeditions.
This facility enables our cadets to get out into unfamiliar countryside
and put their navigation and camp craft training into practice.
Cadets take time out for a photograph to prove
that they reached their
All Adventure Training activities are conducted under the strict
supervision of suitably qualified instructors.
See the following News items for further information relating to
Adventure Training Activities:-