Unoffical guides and handbooks for cadet and instructors
As a PI several years ago, being new to the world of cadets I found the system in place for getting information to deliver lessons quite confusing. I therefore started putting together my own handbook, which I reviewed constantly to ensure was always current.
With a background in both education and publishing, I put something together that I am extremely proud of and has worked well for me and my cadets.
I now want to share it, and welcome any feedback or suggestions to help improve this and future releases.
Thanks for looking,
Dave Hazlewood - firstname.lastname@example.org
Information required to teach cadets is quite often in several different places, which can be time consuming to find. We bring that information together.
The way material is sometimes put across can also be hard to understand and repetative. We get to the point and create easy to follow key points.
Using professional photography, layout and design, we create handbooks that are easy to follow and make learning and teaching easier and more accessible.
This handbook does not attempt to replace the official manuals, but is a handy reference guide that can be taken anywhere. Names and locations of source materials are provided for instructors to enable regular reviews of information. For cadets it enables useful revision between parade nights.
The book itself is extremely high quality and fits into combat trouser or combat jacket pockets. It is full colour and has 80 pages of clear photos, illustrations and information, including the following:
2018/19 version now available with updated SAA chapter