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CADET RESOURCES

 

UNIT CALENDAR

 

CADET RESOURCES

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Timeplan


Mandag 21. mars kl. 9.00-16.00 Tirsdag 22. mars kl. 9.00-16.15 Onsdag 23. mars kl. 9.00-16.15 Torsdag 24. mars kl. 9.00-16.15 Fredag 25. mars kl. 9.00-17.00
Lørdag 26. mars kl. 9.00-17.00
Mandag-fredag er det lunsjpause kl. 12.00-12.45.
Lørdag er det eksamen og avslutningsseremoni.

Utdannelsens 65 timer fordeler seg slik: 40 timer undervisning i gruppe og 25 timer eget arbeid.




Pris


kr. 11.980*

Depositum kr. 2995 betales ved påmelding og restbeløp kr. 8985 kommer på faktura ca. 28. januar med 30 dagers frist.

*inkl. Cathrine Mathiesens bok Yogamamma - med yoga gjennom graviditet, fødsel og barsel og et 100-siders arbeidshefte, samt to eksterne bidrag: Mona Valstad Elsness - osteopat og spesialist i kvinnehelse, og Cathinka Devor Lunde - jordmor og yogalærer mor/barn.




Online-garanti


Utdannelsen holdes online dersom myndighetene krever at vi må stenge pga. Covid-19.




Avbestillingsvilkår


Ved avmelding inntil 14 dager før start: Depositum (kr. 2995) refunderes ikke. Resten av kursavgiften (kr. 8985) refunderes. Siste 14 dager før kursstart: Man må kontakte lærer for å be om utsettelse på sin deltakelse til året etter.




Innhold


-kvinnekroppens anatomi: fysiske forandringer, plager og utfordringer, spesielle behov under graviditeten -humør og hormoner: mentale og emosjonelle behov og hensyn -trygg og forebyggende praksis: undervisningsmetode og oppbygging av sekvenser og klasser -relevante justeringer, modifikasjoner og overganger mellom stillinger -viktigheten av pust og pusteteknikker: underveis i svangerskapet, forberedelse til fødsel, smertelindring under fødsel, overgangen fra datter til mor, i livet som mamma -fødselsforløpet: hvordan yoga kan forberede og understøtte kvinnen gjennom en bevisst fødsel -avspenning: teknikker, stillinger og meditasjon -lyd, chanting, visualisering, positive tanker (affirmasjoner), mantra, mudra og andre verktøy -verdien av kvinnelig kraft og fellesskap





 

TRAINING RESOURCES

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USNSCC Recruit Training (required)


The Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) Recruit Training (RT) is the cadet’s introduction to military routine and discipline and is the first step toward advancing in the Sea Cadet Program. Cadets spend nine days or two weeks learning basic Navy subjects, elementary seamanship, basic damage control, and quarter’s maintenance. Additionally, cadets participate in physical fitness training, drill basics, and following orders. A cadet must pass the RT physical fitness test (PRT) during training in order to receive credit for completing the RT. Successful completion of RT is required before the cadet is allowed to attend any other NSCC training offered any where (Advanced Training). It is the unit Commanding Officer’s responsibility to ensure that cadets are prepared physically, academically, medically, and psychologically prior to attending RT. A cadet must qualify for RT. In order to qualify, a cadet must complete all the required Basic Military Requirements (BMR).

The NSCC recruit training is very much like an abbreviated version of its U.S. Military counterparts. The NSCC RT, like the Navy and Coast Guard training, focus on water survival training, physical fitness, basic seamanship, and such skills as shipboard firefighting, basic engineering, and signals, among others. Standard uniforms are issued by the cadets' unit and a sea-bag list of required items is distributed by the respective Commanding Officer of the Training Contingent (COTC) prior to RT. The recruits must ensure that all of the required items on the COTCs list are acquired, in good order, and present when they report to the training site, no more and no less. Sea-bag inspections are conducted.




How to Pack a Seabag


There is an art to packing a seabag for training. Here are some resources to help. YouTube video (not official, but helpful) How to Pack your Seabag (PDF) You can order an olive green name tape for your cadet or league cadet to put on the seabag from 1800Nametapes.com. TIPS & TRICKS ( with thanks from the Sacramento Sea Cadets) Follow the diagram to help understand the best way to cram ALL those items on the seabag list. Yes, EVERYTHING on the list is required. Do not pack extra items, they will be confiscated. Do not deviate, if it says non-arisol sunscreen then that is what you will send or it will be confiscated. Packing Tips 1. Roll your t-shirts and underwear instead of folding. Lay item flat, fold once lengthwise then roll up. Use a rubber band to keep it in place. 2. Whatever uniform that is required to wear first when you get there, at the top of your seabag for easy access. 3. Place all shoes and boots at the bottom of your sea bag, they should go in first. Gallon Ziplock Bags Talk about a life saver. Organizing your cadets' small items in bags makes it easier for them at camp to find things. It also makes an inspection and clean-up after they do a seabag check quick and easy. Here are a few items to get you started. Label the zip locks with your last name. 1. Put all white socks in one ziplock bag. 2. Put black socks in one ziplock bag. 3. Put underwear in one ziplock bag. 4. Put PT shirt and shorts in one bag per set. 5. Put white t-shirts in one ziplock bag. Garment Bag A garment bag is required when attending trainings. It doesn't have to be fancy just something to keep the dress uniforms from being scrunched up in the sea bag. This is like a secret weapon. It isn't on the sea bag lists but you can bring it. Blanket here is a link for the blanket you'll need for training if it is required. No-sew Name Tags (optional) You can order no sew labels ( link here) for your blue shirts, pt gear and covers. These are also just a suggestion. You don't have to get the labels but you do need to label your clothes with your LAST NAME and FIRST INITIAL and CADET ID#. Label inside the collar of your shirt (as in on the collar, not the shirt or it will bleed through). Be VERY careful on the dixie cup. There is a tag on the inside of the covers you should label them there. NEVER USE A SHARPIE ON A DIXIE CUP.




Advanced Training


All cadets must complete Orientation or Recruit Training before attending any Advanced Training.
-- Basic League Cadet Orientation (7 day Boot Camp for ages 10 to 13 year old cadets)
-- Sea Cadet Recruit Training (9-14 day Boot Camp for 13 to 18 year old cadets).
You can view all current available Advanced Trainings on the Homeport website ( link here). TIPS Make sure that the dates do not conflict with other trainings that you pick, and research travel arrangements. All training requests must go through your training officer. Important : Do not attempt to contact the officers or staff of the summer and winter training or send request for training directly, all requests must go through our local training officer.




USNLCC Basic League Orientation (required)


In order for an NLCC cadet to attend League Orientation, they must be enrolled 6 weeks prior to the start of the training.

Orientation is the cadet’s introduction to military routine and discipline, and

while not a requirement for advancement, it provides a solid foundation for their success

in the NLCC program. Cadets normally spend five to seven days learning basic Navy

subjects, elementary seamanship, basic damage control, and physical fitness. It is the

unit Commanding Officer’s responsibility to ensure that cadets are prepared medically,

physically and psychologically prior to attending Orientation.




Training and Operations Manual


For more information on Trainings, view the Training and Operations Manual (visit Homeport under the Policy link).