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EVENTS

NPCC Annual Parade





The NPCC Annual Parade (NPAP) is the flagship event in the NPCC calendar. It marks the celebration of the NPCC Day and is also the day for NPCC to honour the outstanding achievements of its units. It also aims to instil loyalty in the cadets & dedication to the Corps. The participation would be formed by all school representatives.

For more information, you may contact Mr Ouyeong Yew Wah, Head Operations, National Police Cadet Corps
Tel: 63146719
Email: ouyeong_yew_wah@moe.gov.sg

NATIONAL DAY PARADE





The Singapore National Day Parade is a national ceremony to commemorate Singapore’s independence on 9th August. Every year, NPCC will form one supporting contingent in the National Day Parade. Our supporting contingent is made up of selected cadets from various units.

For more information, you may contact Mr Ouyeong Yew Wah, Head Operations, National Police Cadet Corps
Tel: 63146719
Email: ouyeong_yew_wah@moe.gov.sg

Promotion & Awards





NPCC Promotions & Awards Presentation Ceremony is an annual ceremony held to honour our NPCC members for their contributions and services to the Corps. NPCC would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all our Teacher Officers, Honorary Officers and Cadet Inspectors for sacrificing much of their time and effort towards the development of our youths. Promotion Certificates, NPCC Service Awards and Commissioner of Police Awards are presented to them during the Ceremony.

For more information, you may contact Mr Tan Jit Jin, Head Human Resource, Home Team Cadet Corps HQ
Tel: 63146729
Email: Tan_Jit_Jin@moe.gov.sg

SPF-NPCC Badge Presentation





The SPF-NPCC Badge was first launched in 1997 to give recognition to cadets with good leadership qualities and outstanding achievements. It is the highest award badge that cadets can vie for.

For more information, you may contact Mr Tan Jit Jin, Head Human Resource, Home Team Cadet Corps HQ
Tel: 63146729
Email: Tan_Jit_Jin@moe.gov.sg

0.22mm & 0.38 Shooting Competition





NPCC organizes .22 Revolver Shooting Competition for its cadets annually. All units are invited to nominate a maximum of two teams of cadets to take part in the competition. Each team will comprise 5 cadets selected from Sec 3, 4 or 5 who must have participated in the Sec 3 Classification shoot prior to the competition. Eligible participants from the Preliminary Rounds would vie for the Championship Trophy in the Finals. The competition is held at Home Team Academy (HTA) Range.

For more information, you may contact Mr Lee Chee Shan, Head Corporate Services, Home Team Cadet Corps HQ
Tel: 63146731
Email: lee_chee_shan@spf.gov.sg

Inter-unit Drill Competition





The drill competition is organized for all NPCC Units annually. The competition aims to assess cadets’ proficiency in drills on a pre-determined set of competition criteria and to instil the qualities of innovation and enterprise amongst cadets.

For more information, you may contact Mr Ouyeong Yew Wah, Head Operations, National Police Cadet Corps
Tel: 63146719
Email: ouyeong_yew_wah@moe.gov.sg

Camp Craft Competition




NPCC Campcraft Competition The Campcraft Competition is held once every two years. It alternates with the Inter-Unit Quiz Competition. There will be 2 categories in the competition: Boys’ Team and Girls’ Team. Competing teams were assessed on their ability to apply campcraft skills in a standard set of components. The purpose of the competition is to promote efficiency in conducting outdoor activities and to encourage team-spirit amongst cadets.

For more information, you may contact Ms Vivien Tan, Head Training (Field), National Police Cadet Corps
Tel: 63146721
Email: Vivien_tan@moe.gov.sg

Training Framework

The NPCC Training Framework

The 6As of NPCC Learning Path

The NPCC 6As Learning Path serves as an overarching framework that provides directions in the training and development of NPCC members.

The 6As – namely Aware, Acquire, Actuate, Aspire, Achieve and Aim – defines the progressive learning path of a cadet from a new recruit at Secondary One to a youth leaders and an officer. It also identifies the six desired training outcomes of its programmes.

Level 1
(Sec 1)
AWARE of Self, Others, SPF and NPCC Knowing oneself
Level 2
(Sec 2)
ACQUIRE skills and knowledge Stepping out and interacting
Level 3
(Sec 3)
ACTUATE as leader First taste of taking charge
Level 4/5
(Sec 4/5)
ASPIRE to serve Stepping out to lead
Youth Leaders
(CIs)
ACHIEVE competency in skills and knowledge Leading others
Officers AIM to nuture Developing others

 

Training Framework

The key areas of emphasis in our training include law enforcement, national education, leadership, resilience, personal development, character development, innovation and enterprise. From the time a cadet is enrolled in NPCC, he will undergo structured training to acquire skills and knowledge that will help him thrive in 21st century.

The subject matters within each area of training are as follows:

Areas Topics
Law Enforcement - LAND
(40%)

- Police Knowledge Proficiency Course
- General Law
- Crime Prevention
- Community Safety & Security Programme / Police Youth Ambassador Programme
- Homefront Security Course
- Weapons Training (.22 Revolver)
- Road Safety Training
- Anti-drug Abuse Training (SANA Courses)
- Crime Scene Investigation

Law Enforcement - SEA
(40%)
- Police Knowledge Proficiency Course
- Seamanship
- Coastal Navigation
- Maritime Communication
- Maritime Operations
- Crime Prevention
- Homefront Security Course
- Weapons Training (.22 Revolver)
- Weapon Intro & Handling (HK MP5 A4 / M16)
- Navigation Sortie
- Anti-drug Abuse Training
- Crime Scene Investigation
- General Law

National Education
(10%)
- Total Defence Course
- Civil Defence Course
- National Heritage Course (Optional)

Leadership
(20%)
- Communication Skills
- Facilitation Skills
- Leadership and Mentoring Skills (LMSC)
- Camp Organisation
- Cadet Leader Drill Course

Resilience
(20%)
- Footdrills
- Campcraft*
- Adventure Training Camps (ATC)
- Survival Training Camp (STC)
- High Ropes Challenge

* For LAND units only


Personal Development
(10%)
- First Aid Training
- Life Saving Training
- NASSA Swimming
- Boat Handling Course
- Kayaking Course
- ATF Trainers & Instructors Course
- Training-of-Trainers Course for Water Confidence Jump & Rafting
- Facilitation Training

Training Outcomes

The training outcomes are :
• to be morally upright citizens who are law abiding
• to be citizens who possess integrity
• to be selfless individuals who contribute to the safety and security of the community
• to be resilient individuals who persevere in adverse and rugged contexts
• to demonstrate traits of leadership and
• to be entrepreneurial and global in outlook so that they can adapt to changing contexts.

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We pledge to deliver the following Badges to our school units or cadets within the Expected Timeline, 90% of the time, upon the fulfilment of the specified Condition/s for the respective Badges

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    The objectives of awarding proficiency badges to cadets are : To sustain the cadets' interest in the Corps and to instil in them the sense of striving to do well. To show recognition of cadets' achievements. To encourage cadets to participate in more healthy activities.

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    The National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) is a youth uniformed group in Singapore. Established in 1959, the NPCC is supported by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Singapore Police Force (SPF). The Corp’s membership comprises students from the government secondary schools, adult and youth volunteers from the education service, tertiary institutes and members of public. Although supported by two government bodies, the NPCC is largely dependent on its members who volunteer to plan and implement training and enrichment activities for its student members in the secondary schools. It is therefore important for NPCC to formalise the Route of Advancement for its members. From the individual perspective, the advancement serves as a form of recognition of individuals. From the organisation perspective, the advancement serves to build a core group of members to strengthen the NPCC movement as a uniformed youth movement with a vision to "Mould the Builders of Safe and Secure Home". Closely affiliated to the SPF, the NPCC adheres to the rank and uniform structure of its parent organisation. NPCC members can be categorised into the following categories :

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