It is a very long amendment so I will give you a flavour:
Precedence for officers is the same as it has always been i.e. after regular/ reserve officers of the same rank.
Interestingly it now gives the precedence of Adult NCOs for the first time.
Honours remain the same ie officers will receive state honours on the military list NCOs on the civilian list.
The u/m is from the regulations:
22.214.171.124. Status and authority
126.96.36.199.1. Officers holding a Cadet Forces Commission. The authority for the grant of Cadet Forces Commissions to ACF officers is vested in a Royal Warrant issued to the Cadet Forces. Executive authority to appoint eligible and qualified individuals to a Cadet Forces Commission, on behalf of the Cadet Forces Commissions Board, lies with the General Officer Commanding Regional Command (GOC RC). The commissioning procedure and subsequent development and administration of ACF officers, up to and including the rank of Major is exercised, on behalf of GOC RC, by Cadet Commandants. The selection and appointment of Lieutenant Colonels and Colonels is made via Appointment Board convened by the Formation HQ or by Deputy Commander Cadets. Officers in the ACF who hold a Cadet Forces Commission are subject to:
a. The Army Cadet Force Regulations while carrying out cadet force activities.
b. The Values and Standards of the Army’s Cadets at all times.
c. The administrative action policy for ACF officers is laid out in these Regulations.
This one is the killer and in effect if you do not transfer to the new commission you will not have any authority to carry out cadet training.
188.8.131.52.4. Transition arrangements for officers holding a General List Section B Commission. With the establishment of the Cadet Forces Commission, there will be a period whereby officers in the ACF holding a General List Section B Commission transition to the Cadet Forces Commission. **After this transition date, the Cadet Forces Commission will be the only authority for conducting cadet activity as an officer. **