Lonestar Emergency Services Academy South
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This site lists Civil Air Patrol's upcoming Cadet Special Activities (CSAs). It includes national activities and those wing and region activities approved to receive the CSA ribbon. These activities are designed to explore civilian and military aerospace careers, provide flight training, develop leadership, and enhance emergency services skills.
NCSA Registration Status Updates
UNDER CONSTRUCTION FOR WINTER/SPRING/SUMMER. Check back frequently for updates. Full listing will be back up by 5 December.
EServices Registration & Payment System is open for applications for Winter/Spring activities. Applications submitted in eServices through 20 NOV are considered "On-Time" and will be given priority placement into "primary" status. Use this "Apply Online" link to access the application site on eServices. Notifications of winter placements go out by mid-December. Spring placements are as outlined on their advertisement on this site. Notifications for on-time summer applicants will go out on 1 March. Those cadets who remain on alternate lists may be contacted at anytime to fill a slot.
Use the following course numbers to verify you are selecting the correct activity in the eServices "Preferences" tab of your application. Activities appear alphabetically, but will have the course number next to them in the tab. You can download a sortable spreadsheet on the ncsas.com homepage for a complete listing of activity course numbers. If you can't see the course number on your device, try changing the zoom on the page.
|eServices Short Name||Cadet Participant Course #||Staff Participant Course #||Activity Full Name|
|LESA South||N/A||N/A||Lonestar Emergency Services Academy South|
Contact for Activity: email@example.com
Activity Website (if applicable): http://lesasouth.com/
How to Apply:
This regional event is open to cadets nationwide. Registration is via a local site and NOT the NCSA "Apply Online" button. Go to lesasouth.com for detailed course information and registration instructions.
Participants: Follow instructions on LESA website. Make payment and return all documents by 1 December.
Staff: Follow instructions on LESA website and in the Oplan.
All instructors must be on the current SET qualifies.
Apply directly to the commander of the school by email.
Make payment and return all documents by 12 November.
Reservists: If this activity interests you, please see if it is listed on the CAP-USAF SharePoint site. If SharePoint is not available or this activity is not listed, contact your Liaison Region Commander to see if this activity needs CAP-USAF support. Your duties may include coordination and liaison tasks. You may be required to attend online/teleconference staff meetings prior to the activity start date and be integrated into the staff during execution. You will receive additional guidance via your LR concerning execution of man-days or points and the process to support CAP activities. If additional assistance is required, contact Mr. Mike Tyynismaa at CAP-USAF HQs. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cadets may participate in any areas where age, qualifications and CAP regulations permit. Attendees shall be active CAP members with a CAPF 101 or SQTR marked for SAR/DR Trainee or any advanced specialty qualifications. No members without General Emergency Service’s qualification will be allowed to sign in and participate in the schools. Participants must have all prerequisites done in advance in order to facilitate efficient training at the exercise. Participants in all the courses must possess the prerequisites necessary for qualifications.
C/SrA or above
At least 14 years of age
Physical Category I (must pass CPFT upon arrival and end of course for graduation)
Bring complete 72-hour pack
Cadets: Same as participants
Complete Level 1/ CPPT
Working knowledge of drill and ceremonies (talk to your cadets)
Complete CAPT 117, part 1
Complete 72 hour pack (Ref. GT Task Guide) *GT School and MOTS ONLY
Physical Category I (must be able to complete senior physical assessment test upon arrival and be able to carry 72 pack) *GT SCHOOL and MOTS ONLY*
Reservists: Contact your LR for basic criteria. Note: This is a physically demanding activity, and you should be able to participate in a physical fitness program without restriction.
Actively participate in 80% of the contact hours and not dismissed early for behavior
Pass at end of course
Activity Director determines course objectives met
Activity staff will notify selectees of the transportation plan.
LoneStar Emergency Services Academy South (LESA South) offers a week of intensive training that prepares members for participation in CAP Emergency Services and allows cadets to work with non-CAP emergency management professionals with an eye toward career preparation. Training accomplished will be used to increase the number of qualified Mission Aircrew, Mission Staff, Mission Support Staff, Ground Team Members (GTM) 3 and 2, and advanced skills for GTM 1 and Ground Team Leaders (GTL). A Medical Orientation Training School will be provided to train members to serve as first-responders. The Communications School will focus on training members on the use of the various CAP radios and frequencies. Curriculum from the CAP National Emergency Services Academy, NASAR, military medic training, and Texas-specific training will be used to implement the training.