Transcript - RMC Saint-Jean - a choice for the future

(We see scrolling images of officer cadets engaged in various activities as part of their training at the College: lectures, orienteering, sports and cultural activities, Convocation, etc. The sequence ends with the appearance of the logo of the College under which reads: RMC Saint-Jean, a choice for the future.)

(View of the earth from space and accelerated zoom-in towards the earth ending with an aerial map of the site of the College as seen by satellite Google Earth; then appears an aerial view of the site of the College followed by pictures of its buildings.)

The Royal Military College Saint-Jean offers a complete college program.

(We see a close shot of the narrator in the College Library. A transparent grey board appears in reverse before her. The following image shows the same board right side round on which appears one below the other the name of the four components of the College's curriculum. There is a white circle besides the name of each component. Showing her back to the camera, the narrator presses on the first white circle as though pressing on button, then appears only the word "studies" on the board.)

Education offered at RMC Saint-Jean is based on four components:

academics, leadership, sports and bilingualism.

(We see an officer cadet in a classroom and the teacher giving a lecture. Then we see shots of officer cadets working with scientific instruments, a professor teaching a course in a computer lab and shots of the Convocation.)

The key component of the program at RMC Saint-Jean is academics.

Officer cadets follow a college-level study program.

Offered entirely in French or in English, either in Science or Social Science.

Small group classes allow professors to give individualized guidance and supervision to each student.

After two years, officer cadets receive their diploma of college studies from the Quebec Department of Education.

(We see a shot of the Memorial Arch, a landmark of the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston; then we see an aerial shot of the Royal Military College of Canada and a shot of officer cadets marching past a historical building at Royal Military College of Canada.)

They pursue university studies in Arts, Science or Engineering for three more years

at the Royal Military College of Canada located in Kingston, Ontario.

They then receive a bachelor’s degree that guarantees them a profitable career in the Canadian Forces.

(We see a sequence of shots showing officer cadets in a classroom, walking on the College site and in a language lab.)

On the magnificent Fort Saint-Jean site, RMC Saint-Jean offers

interesting, diversified and fully subsidized studies.

(We see once again the grey board on which appear the four components of the College's curriculum. Showing her back to the camera, the narrator presses the white button next to the "leadership" component.)

The leadership component aims at introducing officer cadets

to the principles of leadership early in their career in order for them

to better develop the leadership qualities sought in future officers.

(We see shots of officer cadets engaging in various activities that are part of the leadership program: an endurance march along the Richelieu River and orienteering.)

Officer cadets tap into the military profession

through command responsibilities with their peers,

active participation in military exercises on the field, and learn to display initiative and leadership.

(We see again the transparent grey board on which appear the four components of the College's curriculum. Showing her back to the camera, the narrator presses the white button next to the "sports" component.)

(We see short sequences of officer cadets playing hockey, in a fencing duel and in a taekwondo competition.)

The third component of RMC Saint-Jean's education program is sports.

Officer cadets participate in organized individual and team sports

as a means for developing their endurance and team spirit.

(We see the transparent grey board on which appear the four components of the College's curriculum. Showing her back to the camera, the narrator presses the white button next to the "bilingualism" component.)

Bilingualism is integrated to all other components. In addition to second language credit courses,

(We see officer cadets with headphones working in a language lab, and then students having a discussion. Then we see a shot showing officer cadets playing a game of pool, and then students involved in an oral presentation.)

a cultural program is designed to provide Anglophones and Francophones

opportunities to familiarize themselves with and share the other’s culture.

(We see the transparent grey board once again on which appears "RMC Saint-Jean." Showing her back to the camera, the narrator presses the white button next to the name of the College.)

Four components, four significant challenges,

(We see a shot of officer cadets walking through the entrance of the Royal Military College Saint-Jean. It is followed by a shot showing three rows of three squares in which scroll images representing various occupations offered by the Canadian Forces.)

but only one mission for the College: train and develop the future leaders of the Canadian Forces

to ensure their readiness to take on responsibilities and make decisions

while practicing one of the many professions offered to them.

(The addresses of recommended websites appear on screen and then the motto of the College. Then we see a series of images representing the College and activities related to its curriculum. Finally, "RMC Saint-Jean: a choice for the future" appears on screen, then the logo of the College and that of the Government of Canada.)

Visit the following websites to know more about the specifics of the programs and our moto

Truth, Duty, Valour

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