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SGSecure

SGSecure

Desired Outcomes

  • Cadet leaders leaders, CLTs or HOs contribute their services and knowledge to train community in life-saving skills. (CEPP Training)
  • Taking lead to serve by planning community outreach programmes and training CR related skills to fellow cadets and target community.
  • Taking lead in equipping self and helping school community and residents (EP Day) with essential skills and that involve the chain of saving lives.
  • Render assistance to others in emergency
  • Understanding the concerns and potential threats faced by Singapore
  • Able to get himself, family and those around him out of harm’s way in times of emergency through the knowledge of the basic Triangle of life skills

Leadership

Leadership

NCDCC Leadership Framework adopts the visual representation of a rescue helmet, an important Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for rescuers. The rescue helmet symbolises the importance of this leadership framework in guiding the design of authentic CCA experiences in NCDCC.

NCDCC core values of Noble, Caring, Disciplined, Courageous and Committed are the guided principles that form the strong identity and dictate the desired behaviour and action of the cadets. The framework is divided into three equal parts, to emphasize the equal importance of learn, lead and serve in NCDCC

Lastly, the strap and buckle represent the connection that links the leadership framework to the desired cadet outcomes: responsible and resilient cadet, active and concerned citizen.

Badge Framework

badges

Cadet Development

cadet development

Last Updated: 17 April 2018