Information contained on this page:
- Cadet Aerospace, Leadership, & Drill Testing
- General Emergency Services 116 (GES 116)
- FEMA ICS 100.c
- FEMA ICS 700.b
Cadet Aerospace, Leadership, and Drill Tests
To advance in the Cadet Program and become eligible for promotions, cadets complete online achievement tests, drill and ceremonies performance tests, and written milestone award exams.
For more details on tasks that need to be completed for each grade go to the Promotions and Ribbons page.
Online Achievement Tests
Test Site: Log-in to eServices > Menu > Online Learning > Cadet Online Testing
Maj Dan Routier created The Guide to Starting eServices to help new cadets navigate eServices.
(1) All Aerospace Dimensions tests
(2) All Aerospace Journey of Flight tests
(3) Learn to Lead tests
Question Bank: 25 questions per test, selected at random from a question bank
Time Limit: 30 minutes
Test Location: Cadets may test at a time and place of their choosing (e.g.: 2 am Saturday night at home in pajamas)
Format: Multiple-choice, open book. Passing score is 80%.
Scoring: Scores are automatically fed into the Cadet Promotions Application in eServices. In case of failure, the cadet is locked out for 7 days. In case of failing the same test twice, the cadet is locked out until meeting with a senior member. Note: Scores do not feed into the Cadet Promotions Application and squadron leaders will not receive notification of test results unless cadets click "Finish."
Test Integrity: An honor statement will buttress the integrity of the testing program in an open-book environment. Before beginning an online test, cadets must agree to the following:
I certify that I am Cadet (Name). I will complete the following Cadet Achievement Test on my own, without help from another person.My only resource for this open-book test will be my cadet textbooks and class notes. [By clicking below,] I reaffirm my commitment to our Core Value of Integrity.
Cadet Drill & Ceremonies Testing
Upon passing the online written test for a Learn to Lead chapter, each cadet must successfully complete a practical test of their proficiency in drill and ceremonies for each achievement through the Mitchell Award (Achievements 1 through 8). These skills are also taught and reinforced during regular meetings and drill time.
CAP Test 78-2
General Emergency Services 116 (GES 116)
The GES 116 Test is a prerequisite for all of the common CAP Emergency Services ratings. This online test must be completed and validated by the unit commander before any member can participate in Emergency Services training, missions, or exercises.
The online GES 116 Test may be taken “openbook” (or open notes) and covers the following CAP Regulations:
Test Site: Log-in to eServices > Menu > Online Learning > Learning Management System
GES 116 PowerPoint Presentation
FEMA ICS 100 Course (IS-100.C)
ICS 100, Introduction to the Incident Command System, introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training. This course describes the history, features and principles, and organizational structure of the Incident Command System. It also explains the relationship between ICS and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
FEMA IS-100.C Webpage: https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-100.c
The PowerPoint below is the IS-100.b course modified for Civil Air Patrol.
FEMA ICS 100b Power Point
FEMA ICS 700 Course (IS-700.b)
This course introduces and overviews the National Incident Management System (NIMS). NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together during domestic incidents.
FEMA IS-700.b Webpage: https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-700.b
The PowerPoint below is the IS-700.a course modified for Civil Air Patrol.
FEMA ICS 700.A PowerPoint