*** Important News ***
Preventing new coronavirus pneumonia
Progressive Resumption of Corps Training and Activities
To ︰ All Ranks of HKAC
From︰ The Hong Kong Adventure Corps
Date ︰ 20th April 2022
Further to the announcement by the Education Bureau (EDB) to resume face-to-face classes in schools by phases starting from 19th April 2022, the Commandant has decided to progressively resume normal Corps training and activities with details as follows:
1. With effect from 21st April 2022, High Island Training Camp (HITC) and Hong Kong Jockey Club High Island Training Camp (HKJCHITC) will be re-opened for organizing Corps training and other activities for both adult and cadet members;
2. With effect from 21st April 2022, training inside HITC / HKJCHITC and school campuses as well as water sport training may be resumed by all squadrons and sub-units. However, all participants in the activities (including adult instructors and cadet members) must strictly observe the venues’relevant regulations and measures on epidemic prevention.
All squadrons and sub-units must follow the guidelines and measures stated in the notice on “香港少年領袖團萬宜訓練營入營程序” issued by CHQ on 19th April 2022 when conducting training or activities.
Wild survival Course
The main purpose of our field survival course is to strengthen and cultivate your sense of responsibility, self-confidence, resourcefulness, endurance and perseverance through training with military characteristics.
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Reduction of military tactics to bare essentials which are taught to a platoon as a team drill, with clear explanations regarding the objects to be achieved, the principles involved and the individual task of each member of the team.
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High Island Training Camp,
Sai Kung Man Yee Rd,
Sai Kung, New Territories,
Hong Kong SAR