Headquarters VCC is based at HMS Sultan in Gosport and it is from here that Commander VCC and his staff oversee the efficient management and compliant governance of the Cadet Corps.
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Code of Conduct
As befits being a member of a disciplined uniformed organisation, we expect our cadets to adhere to a Code of Conduct. This ensures they know what behaviour is expected of them and helps them to follow our ethos and values.
Clothing and Equipment
In the VCC we endeavour to loan uniform clothing to all of our cadets that best fits them. This includes their Number 1 Dress (‘Dress 1A’) and other uniforms such as training rig or general service dress. Please bear in mind that a lot of these uniforms are obtained from or supplied by the Ministry of Defence, and that as we take cadets from the age of 9 it can sometimes be challenging to kit out smaller cadets. To this end we ask parents/guardians to do their best to get alterations made (regrettably we can’t pay for these) and sometimes it may be necessary for parents/guardians to buy additional clothing items.
We do buy smaller uniform items from specialist suppliers in order to kit out our youngest cadets, and this is issued when cadets are measured up and kitted out with uniform during their recruit training.
Please note that all clothing issued to you child is the property of the VCC or MOD, and must be returned upon them leaving us. We issue something like £1,500 worth of uniform to most cadets, significantly more than our joining fee so we do appreciate the return of these items so that future cadets can benefit from them. It is our policy to recover items of VCC or MOD property loaned to cadets and reserve the right to use legal means to do so. We reserve the right to report to the police any items of VCC or MOD property put up for sale on sites such as eBay unless proof of ownership can be produced.