Army cadets and their volunteers in Wales have the opportunity to take part in a ‘once in a lifetime’ Sea Kayak Expedition.

The Cadet Centre for Adventurous Training (CCAT) will welcome cadets to the stunning location of the Sandvika Fjord, Lofoten in Norway from 19-29 August 2019.

It is an expedition for Cadet Force Adult Volunteers and senior cadets. There are 12 available vacancies and participants must have completed the CCAT Intro Sea Kayak course.

There is a cost of £400 per person, which includes return flights, transport and transfers, accommodation, food, insurance and full instruction. All technical equipment and clothing will also be provided.

Course applications can be obtained by emailing admin@ccat-hq.com. Completed applications are to be placed on Westminster and hard copies are to be sent to: Admin, HQ CCAT, Capel Curig TC, Betws-Y-Coed, Conwy, LL24 0DS.

Click here for more information about adventurous training with the CCAT.

There are over 4,400 cadets in Wales who enjoy fun with friends at more than 200 unit locations spanning the length and breadth of the country.

Cadet organisations combine youth work with military-themed training and community-based activities. They improve the health of cadets through a variety of outdoor activities and sport.

Young people grow through life changing experiences and gain nationally recognised qualifications. Through exciting activities and adventurous training, cadets from all walks of life gain new personal and practical skills to use in everyday life.

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