WO Jim Palmer of 2403 (Aldermaston) Squadron was amongst 22 Air Cadet Instructors from all over the UK were recognised for their community based learning achievements by Admiral the Lord West of Spithead who presented the awards at the recent CVQO graduation ceremony, at the prestigious Britannia Royal Naval College Dartmouth, in front of colleagues, families and friends.
They were presented with a City and Guilds Senior Award in Youth Management and Training, comparable to Foundation, Honours and Master’s degrees and achieved through their work as a Cadet Force Adult Volunteers.
Edward Woods, Chief Executive, CVQO, praised the volunteers’ efforts saying: “The qualifications which you have attained are held in very high regard. Not only do they demonstrate the importance and quality of the training that adults receive through cadet training courses, but they are highly valued within the world of work. We are immensely proud of all you have accomplished and whatever your ambitions, we wish you well for your continued success. On behalf of all of us at CVQO I congratulate each of you here today.”