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Cadet Activities

Each cadet activity comes with unique challenges and learning experiences. Because of this, units are required to assess the safety hazards which may influence the activity's design and risks exposure to CAP members. Cadet activities are categorized into four sub-types based on their frequency of occurrence and associated risks: 

  • Weekly Meetings — Recurring squadron meetings in which cadets conduct "normal" training operations to develop their personal leadership experience and advance through the CAP Cadet Program

  • Cadet Special Activities (CSA) — Cadet activities which fall outside of the weekly squadron meeting; may be hosted by the squadron or higher echelon

  • Challenge Activities (CA) — Activities in which cadets may be exposed to moderate risks for injury, exhaustion, or mental fatigue (e.g., camping, hiking, indoor trampoline parks, low ropes, swimming, etc.)

  • High-Adventure Activities (HAA) — Activities in which cadets may be exposed to high risks for injury (e.g., firearms training, high ropes, rappelling, zip-lining, etc.)

For more information about Challenge Activities and High-Adventure Activities, review CAP Regulation 60-2 Cadet Protection Program, Section 2.7

 

Permission Slips

NOTE:  All forms shown on this page are samples only and should not be used as they may be updated by CAP at any time. Current versions of these forms are available on the CAP Forms website. 

 

CAP Form 60-80 Cadet Activity Permission Slip

  • Used for Cadet Special Activities (CSA) which do not meet High-Adventure Activity (HAA) criteria

  • Provides parental consent for the cadet to attend the activity

  • Will be prepared by the activity director/project officer to distribute to cadets to review with their parents

  • Activity directors may use a unique permission slip (i.e., custom-designed) which differs from the CAPF 60-80 so long as it captures the same consent information

  • Not required for cadets 18 years of age or older

  • May be requested once for recurring similar activities during a season (e.g., competition teams, fitness meetings)

 

 

CAP Form 60-81 Application for Encampment or Special Activity

  • Used for Cadet Special Activities which meet High-Adventure Activity (HAA) criteria

  • Used for Cadet Encampment applications

  • Provides parental consent for the cadet to attend the activity

  • Will be prepared by the activity director/project officer to distribute to cadets to review with their parents

  • Not required for cadets 18 years of age or older

  • May be substituted in eServices if an electronic application process is used

 

 

Health Information Forms

NOTE:  All forms shown on this page are samples only and should not be used as they may be updated by CAP at any time. Current versions of these forms are available on the CAP Forms website. 

NOTE:  Health forms are only retained for the duration of the activity and are destroyed following the activity's conclusion. Health forms are not kept on-file. Information from health forms is shared only with essential/need-to-know personnel and is not shared with other cadets. It is encouraged that these forms be carried by the cadet during the activity (plastic, sealed bag is recommended). 

 

CAP Form 160 Member Health History

  • Provides a summary of allergies and historical health information (chronic conditions, prior injuries or illness)

  • Authorizes cadets to use prescribed medications (any medications not listed are prohibited from possession/use at the activity)

  • Provides parental consent for cadets to self-administer authorized medication

  • May be substituted in eServices if an electronic activity application process is used

 

 

CAP Form 161 Emergency Information

  • Provides health insurance and physician information

  • Provides emergency contact information in the event of a medical emergency

  • May be substituted in eServices if an electronic activity application process is used

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAP Form 162 Member Physical Exam Form

  • Used to categorize cadets for physical fitness activity restrictions, most commonly after a cadet is removed from restricted fitness following an injury or chronic illness

  • Requires a medical physician to sign off the examination results/report

  • Typically not required for activity applications

  • May be substituted in eServices if an electronic activity application process is used

 

 

CAP Form 163 Permission for Provision of Minor Cadet-Over-the-Counter Medication

  • Authorizes Adult Leaders to provide cadets with Over-the-Counter (OTC) medication

  • Summarizes cadet allergies to medications

  • Not required for cadets 18 years of age or older

  • May be substituted in eServices if an electronic activity application process is used

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