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History (in England and in France before 1789) a gentleman, usually a younger son, who entered the army to prepare for a commission
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Commander Jose Mari de la Peaa and four reserve army officers, have engaged in Leadership Training for Grades VII to VIII and Cadetship for Grades IX and X.
The spokeswoman said of 524 females applying for Cadetships, 20 were successful while of the 1,032 women who applied for General Service Recruitment competitions last year, 52 females have been inducted but this process is still ongoing.
After an ABC cadetship, he joined Four Corners as a reporter in 1985, and then went to Dateline at SBS in 1986.
Most of us in the senior classes were taking part in cadetship. We were doing army training in school.
The Automotive Cadetship, a joint venture between industry, schools and Teesside charity The High Tide Foundation, is taking 13 and 14-year-olds on a fascinating journey through various stages of the industry's supply chain.
The cadetship has been given the thumb-up by the North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA), which was launched last year to support the sustainable growth of the sector.
George's elder son Dyson, born in 1897 and not yet 13, passed the qualifying examination for a cadetship in the Royal Navy and went to England to enter the Royal Naval College at Osborne, the junior training establishment for naval cadets.
" It was a very competitive process to go through, to be selected as one of the few that receive a Cadetship, as it was called back then.
During his cadetship he has given many hours of volunteering to the local community and has completed Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver Awards.
However, there is a larger percentage that seeks only the name that comes with this place and believe they can simply quit when the going gets tough (and they were right, there was nothing that upperclassmen could do without putting their cadetship in danger), they are a disgrace.
Connor Jones, 18, from Llangain, Carmarthenshire, has just completed the first six-month phase of the much-in-demand superyacht cadetship course run by sail training charity UKSA (formerly known as the UK Sailing Academy).
Dog guide training cadetships are currently delivered in-house by individual agencies, but there is new interest in standardizing and externally accrediting these cadetship programs (P.