On the website it states
Gliding Induction Course
Your gliding experience kicks off at a Volunteer Gliding Squadron (VGS) flying either Vigilant motor gliders or Viking winch-launch gliders. Your focus, along with others from your ATC squadron or CCF (RAF) unit, will be to complete the Gliding Induction Course (GIC).
Designed to give you a taste for Air Cadet Gliding, the GIC consists of three levels of instruction. On your first visit you'll be taught the GIC 1. Later visits will cover GIC 2 and 3. In these levels you'll learn all about aerodynamics and controlling the aircraft, first in a classroom, then taking control and practicing what you've learned in the air. After you've completed the course, you'll be awarded a GIC certificate.
and then goes onto say
Gliding Scholarship Course
You've done your Gliding Induction Course (GIC), so what's next? Getting your Gliding Scholarship Wings.
This course gets you deeper into flying and gives you more flight time. To be nominated for a Gliding Scholarship (GS) just let your squadron or unit staff know you want in. It's open to anyone over 16 and you're not required to have completed a GIC 1, 2 or 3, but it's great if you have. Once you pass the standard medical check, it's just a matter of waiting for a place on the course to become available.
How is this not misleading if not fraudulent and misrepresenting what the Corps currently offers?
How many of the cadets on your squadron have done a GIC since Apr 14 let alone an ATC GS? Give numbers not some disparaging remark to deflect an answer.
We all know we haven't done gliding since 2014, yet on the website which is designed to attract and inform potential cadets, we apparently still do.