Exhibitor Spotlight

Exhibitor Spotlight: Army Cadet Force

Exhibitor Spotlight: Army Cadet Force

The Army Cadet Force aims to inspire young people between 12 and 18 years old to challenge their limits, grow their abilities and go further in life. In the next instalment of our Exhibitor Spotlight series, we see how they deliver this through the community-based Army Cadet Force and the school-based Combined Cadet Force.

Aged 18 or over?

Want to lead, inspire and help young people?

Looking for something exciting to do in your spare time?

Then being an adult volunteer instructor with the Army Cadets could be an exciting option for you. With over 39,000 cadets (aged 12-18) in over 1,600 locations in communities all around the UK, the Army Cadet Force (ACF) is one of the country’s largest voluntary youth organisations.

We have thousands of enthusiastic and committed adult volunteers who help to lead, guide and inspire our cadets, but we need more.

Army Cadet Force

The Army Cadet Force develop young people of all abilities and backgrounds

The Army Cadet Force develop young people of all abilities and backgrounds, physically and mentally, improving self-confidence, teamwork, friendship, leadership and community spirit through a wide range of fun and exciting activities as well as recognised vocational qualifications such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and BTEC Diplomas.

We have thousands of enthusiastic and committed adult volunteers who help to lead, guide and inspire our cadets, but we need more.

When you speak to our adult volunteers they will tell you they do it because they love it.

They enjoy the fun, friendship, action and adventure the ACF provides. They also enjoy making a real difference to young people in their community – helping to inspire them to achieve, building their confidence, and encouraging them to think for themselves and to act for others.

When you speak to our adult volunteers they will tell you they do it because they love it. They enjoy the fun, friendship, action and adventure the ACF provides.

Joining the ACF is a great way to meet like-minded people and to have fun and, in return for your time and effort, we will give you the chance to learn new skills, gain new qualifications and help develop your leadership potential.


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