Navy Training Corps

Navy Training Corps

Charity information

Navy Training Corps

The provision of recreational and leisure time activities provided in the interest of social welfare, designed to improve the conditions of life for young people.

Founded 2009

  • Mission statement


    The Navy Training Corps is a National Youth Organisation promoting adventurous activities for Junior Cadets 8-12 years of age and Cadets 12-18 years of age. We operate an equal opportunities policy with regard to sex, religion, race, and disability (within the bounds of safety)

    Our Instructors are trained by the Navy Training Corps and hold nationally recognised qualifications for the adventurous and waterborne activities undertaken. We operate to the highest safety standards.

    We give the youth of the United Kingdom opportunities for realising their potential, instilling in them a sense of pride in themselves, their peers, and their organisation. We promote an understanding of personal ability and recognition of opportunity.

  • Aims

    Navy Training Corps aims to:

    • Allowing cadets to participate in activities that enhance their knowledge and skills in a safe, friendly, organised and disciplined environment;
    • Allowing Cadets to interact with their peers; participate in teamwork, and learn leadership skills based on the traditions and training of the maritime services;
    • Providing support and activities to develop skills, capacities and capabilities in a programme that is structured to enable young people to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals
  • Overview

    Established: April 2009

    Registered Charity Number: 1137629

    Board members: 11

    Volunteers: 100

    Phone number: 07594882729

    Address: 28 Jamaica Crescent Malvern Link Worcestershire WR14 1LZ

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