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Common Military Training

Campbell, ACT

Subject: Self Defense

Common Military Training is programmed at the beginning and end of each year and for six hours each week during academic sessions. There is significant emphasis on creating experience-based leadership opportunities in the training activities.

Leadership Studies

Formal and informal leadership studies form a large part of the Common Military Training curriculum. Leadership Studies aims to develop leadership skills and to prepare cadets to take their places as junior officers in the Australian Defence Force.

Drill and Ceremonial

Promotes reaction to command, self...

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Common Military Training is programmed at the beginning and end of each year and for six hours each week during academic sessions. There is significant emphasis on creating experience-based leadership opportunities in the training activities.

Leadership Studies

Formal and informal leadership studies form a large part of the Common Military Training curriculum. Leadership Studies aims to develop leadership skills and to prepare cadets to take their places as junior officers in the Australian Defence Force.

Drill and Ceremonial

Promotes reaction to command, self-discipline and teamwork through knowledge and practice of the customs and traditions of military ceremonies.

Military Communication

Designed to develop cadet confidence and effectiveness in oral and written communication skills, which is necessary for their military careers. It also introduces cadets to the style and forms of written communication used in the Australian Defence Organisation.

Equity and Diversity

Provides cadets with the skills to live, study and develop in a healthy academic and social environment by teaching them how to treat people fairly and with respect in accordance with Australian Defence Force policies.

First Aid and Health

Examines the impact on society of drug and alcohol abuse and teaches first aid and preventative health techniques.

Field Craft

Introduces cadets to living in the field as a member of a group and survival in adverse circumstances.

Military Law

Introduces cadets to the Defence Force Discipline Act and the Geneva conventions. This subject is designed to enable cadets to function in the Academy environment. More detailed training is provided nearer the time of their commissioning.

Physical and Recreational Training

Teaches fitness, strength and agility. As a high standard of physical fitness is an important part of Service life, cadets are encouraged to obtain a coaching or refereeing qualification for at least one sport. Competitions in a wide range of sports are conducted at the Academy and teams are entered in many civilian competitions in Canberra.

Weapon Training

Gives cadets training in the operation and maintenance of small arms Service weapons.

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When

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Where

Salon On Adfa, Northcott Dr
Campbell, ACT 2612

Skill level

Intermediate, Advanced

 

The teachers

ADFA is a unique partnership between the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) which...

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ADFA is a unique partnership between the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) which provides training and education for the future leaders of the Navy, Army and Air Force.

Approximately 800 Navy Midshipmen and Army and Air Force Officer Cadets are currently enrolled in the three year training program at ADFA. Another 300 are currently completing a fourth year of academic studies through UNSW. These cadets come from around Australia and, through military exchange programs, from 16 other Defence Forces around the world.

Midshipmen and Officer Cadets at ADFA begin a career in the ADF, receiving a full time salary while they undertake a program of military and leadership training. At the same time they study an undergraduate program through UNSW, fully paid for by the Australian Defence Force. As well as being guaranteed a full time job, they will graduate with a degree that is recognised throughout Australia and overseas.

The university education and military training they undertake will ensure they possess the knowledge, skills, professional abilities and qualities of character appropriate to Officers in the ADF.

ADFA trains future leaders and opens up a wide range of career opportunities to graduates.

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Offered through

Australian Defence Force Academy