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EO M107.03 – OBSERVE THE RULES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE PAYING

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Transcript of EO M107.03 – OBSERVE THE RULES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE PAYING

EO M107.03 – OBSERVE THE RULES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE PAYING OF COMPLIMENTS
Date: September 11 2013
Instructor: F/sgt Pearce

Teaching Point 1- the Procedures for Addressing Cadet NCOs and Subordinate Officers
-while talking with an officer or NCO you should be standing at the position of attention
- cadet NCOs and subordinate officers do not hold a commission from the Queen, they are not saluted, that includes anyone of higher rank or M/Cpl Ricard, M/Cpl Bennett and Cpl Jacobson
-call them by their rank and their Last name while remaining at attention
- they should dismiss themselves by turning to the right
Activity
Objective: To allow cadets to practice the procedures for addressing cadet NCOs and subordinate officers.
Instructions
-The cadets can be divided into groups and practice these procedures with their peers.
-Have cadets practice the procedures for addressing cadet NCOs and subordinate officers, including:
- approaching the NCO/subordinate officer and standing at the position of attention;
- addressing the NCO/subordinate officer by their rank and surname and dismissal.
Teaching Point 2- Procedures for Addressing a Commissioned Officer
- the same procedure is to be done as an NCO but a salute must be given
-stand at the position of attention after approaching the commissioned officer, then will give the appropriate salute
- conversation the cadet shall address the commissioned officer by their rank and last name and always remain at the position of attention unless directed
- salute again and dismiss themselves appropriately
Activity
Objective: To allow cadets to practice the procedures for addressing commissioned officers.
Instructions
-Dependent on time, the cadets can be divided into groups and practice these procedures with their peers.
-Have cadets practice the procedures for addressing commissioned officers, including: approaching the commissioned officer and standing at the position of attention; saluting; addressing the commissioned officer by their rank and surname; saluting prior to dismissal; and dismissal.

Teaching Point 3- Regulations for Paying Compliments Inside a Building
- Salutes are not given inside buildings except when on parade, during ceremonial occasions, or when entering and leaving offices
- shall turn their head and offer a polite greeting when meeting an officer in a common area
-When entering an office the cadet shall:
stand at the position of attention in the doorway, salute if wearing headdress and the office occupant holds a commission, and politely ask permission to enter the office.
-When leaving an office the cadet shall:
*stand at the position of attention in the doorway, salute if wearing headdress and the office occupant holds a commission, and depart.
Activity
Objective: To allow cadets to practice the procedures for entering and leaving offices.
Instructions
-Have cadets practice the procedures for entering and leaving offices, including:
*Entering:
**stand at the position of attention in the doorway when entering, salute if wearing headdress and the office occupant holds a commission, and politely ask permission to enter the office.
*Leaving:
**stand at the position of attention in the doorway when leaving the office,salute if wearing headdress and the office occupant holds a commission, and depart.
Teaching Point 4- Explain Other Occasions To Pay Compliments
-It is appropriate for cadets to salute on different occasions:
*When the Canadian or another foreign national anthem is played
*When recognizing a commissioned officer who is not in uniform
*When The National Flag of Canada is being lowered or raised
*When boarding or disembarking any of Her Majesty’s Canadian ships or those of a foreign service, cadets shall pay compliments to the quarterdeck

Confirmation
Q1. Do cadet NCOs and subordinate officers hold a commission from the Queen?
Q2. If they do not hold a commission, are they saluted?
Q3. Name an action the cadet should take while addressing a cadet NCO/subordinate officer.
Q4. Are you required to salute commissioned officers? Why?
Q5. When should the commissioned officer be saluted?
Q6. Name two times or places where compliments are paid inside a building.
Q7 Does one salute when recognizing a commissioned officer out of uniform?
Q28. Does one pay compliments if the Star Spangled Banner is played?
Objective: to know when and know how to pay complements

Importance: addressing and talking with officers and NCOs at the squadron and a Cadet Summer Training Centre

A1. No, they do not hold a commission.A2. No, they are not saluted.A3. Standing at the position of attention, addressing by rank and surname, and dismissing appropriately.A4. Yes. They hold a commission from the Queen.A5. After the officer has been approached and prior to dismissal.A6. Parade square, ceremonial occasions, entering and leaving offices.A7. Yes A8 Yes, compliments are paid for all national anthems.
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