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Our Curriculum

 

NCDCC’s curriculum focuses mainly on Triangle of Life Skills which include basic firefighting, first aid and CPR+AED. These are important lifesaving skills that can make a difference to save a life in times of needs.

Sec 1 - Sec 4/5

Sec 1Sec 2

Secondary 1

The three badges that a Secondary One Cadets will complete include Total Defence (Bronze) Badge, Foot Drill (Bronze) Badge and Fire Safety Proficiency Badge. Cadets get to go through fire safety training at Sectorised Training. They are eligible for promotion to Lance Corporal upon completion of the three badge works.

Secondary 2

Secondary Two Cadets typically will complete six badges within the year. This includes Civil Defence Knowledge Badge, First Aid Proficiency Badge, SANA Badge, Foot Drill (Silver) Badge, CPR+AED Proficiency Badge and Rescue Proficiency Badge. They are eligible for promotion to Sergeant upon completion of six badge works.

Sec 3Sec 4

Secondary 3

Secondary Three Cadets are required to complete the HAZMAT Proficiency Badge and Homefront Security Badge. There will also be three Specialisation Courses offered, namely the Fire Safety, Medical Response and Urban Search and Rescue Specialisation Courses. Cadets are eligible for promotion to Staff Sergeant upon completion of the Specialisation Courses.

Secondary 4

The top tier of Cadet Leader will be chosen to the Warrant Officer of the unit.

Cadet Lieutenant

Cadet Lieutenants are former NCDCC cadets pursuing post-secondary institution learning who would like to volunteer their service to assist NCDCC school units.

NCDCC CLTs go through a selection interview and a stringent three-week long course to be equipped with hard and soft skills to mentor a school unit. Plenty of opportunities are provided to enhance their leadership and character development.

Areas of deployment for CLT include:

  • Assist School Units in the training and imparting of Triangle of Life knowledge and skills to cadets;
  • Leadership and instructional role in the development of cadets;
  • Advocates of SGSecure, Emergency Preparedness & Community First Responder; and
  • Assist HQ NCDCC in the planning, organization and execution of  courses, activities and events.

There are also prestigious training opportunities such as Kayaking Instructor Course, High Rope Course Instructor Course, CPR/AED Instructor Course and Firefighting Course offered to NCDCC CLTs.

Honorary Officer

NCDCC Honorary Officer are a group of skilled adult volunteers appointed to offer specialized skills and assistance to HQ NCDCC and School Units. They go through a stringent interview and two-week long course before being formally appointed and engaged as HOs.

Their areas of deployment include:

  • Mentor junior volunteers in their hard and soft skills development;
  • Impart specialized skills /knowledge (e.g. Kayaking, adventure    training/activities, photography, journalism etc.);
  • Assist in HQ courses, events, projects or duties;
  • Advocates of SGSecure, Emergency Preparedness & Community First Responder; and
  • Assist in training at school units.
Training opportunities such as Kayaking Instructor Course, High Rope Course Instructor Course, CPR/AED Instructor Course and Firefighting Course are also offered to NCDCC HOs.

Last Updated: 17 April 2018