Home Training Parade Nights
The cadet unit trains every Wednesday night from 6:00pm (1800 h) until 8:30pm (2030 h) excluding Qld state school holidays.
This is known as the Home Training Program (HT Program)
The HT Program contents includes a variety of activities from training for upcoming events such as drill for ANZAC Day, field craft/ military skills for week-end exercises, visiting lecturers and general knowledge.
LCCCU membership fees are very competitive compared to most sporting, scouting or other community groups.
Yearly Membership Fee
Single and First Family member $65:00 each per annum.
2 family members $120.00 per annum.
3 family members $160.00 per annum.
The Yearly Membership fees covers the Unit's insurance, the cadet’s basic uniform & field equipment issue which is to be returned to the unit on discharge.
Uniform and Equipment
All uniform and Equipment is on loan to the cadet while the cadet is enlisted in LCCCU. A REFUNDABLE Deposit of $100.00 for Issued Equipment must be paid prior to the first field exercise after registration.
Fees vary depending on the type of week-end exercise or activity. Week-end exercises usually range from $20:00 to $100:00 depending on the duration, catering & transport requirements.
Home Training Night Fees (Subs)
Single cadet - $6:00 per night
Family of 2 or more cadets - $10:00 per night
Home Training Night Supper
The PSG and/or parents provide a light meal during the HT night evening supper break.
Light meal and soft-drink (not compulsory) - $4:00.
Drink only - $1.50
Week-end Field Exercises
The LCCCU has a rigid training program that requires cadets to pass certain modules to attain a command position, or promotion within the unit. The tests for these skills are done in a variety of ways; however running field exercises to test the cadet's ability is the proven method for the cadet unit.
Weather permitting, we can run up to 6 field exercises per year, 3 of these are field orientated, 2 are leadership and development, and the last week-end exercise of the year is generally a non military, fun orientated week-end, at a non field location.
A 6 monthly Parade Card (Jan-Jun & Jul-Dec) outlining the week-end exercises, HT Parade nights & other unit activities can be obtained from the Unit Reception Desk.
Logan City Community Cadets parade at Browns Plains as well as Jimboomba as Alpha and Bravo Company respectively.
The unit has its own purpose built Cadet Hall named the Tom Hamilton Cadet Hall, Q-Store/Office building and toilet/shower block.