Expired I’m sure Leroy will be on soon as the expert in such matters but just briefly:
qCWHT is now defunct, you can no longer use this qualification.
BCC this course allows you to coach and act as a Safety Supervisor
WI has now been superseded by the SAAI which is a week long course which enables you to train and test on all weapons you are current in. (You must be No8 & L98 qualified and proficient to attend this course).
RCO is 2 consecutive weekends which enables you to run short ranges on both the No8 & L98 (again you have to be trained in both weapons to go on the course).
Daws is quite right, reference the WI/SAAI course. It does indeed qualify you to conduct lessons, practice periods and WHTs on all cadet wpn systems.
We have a Guide to Candidates here if you were intertested in attending the course, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for a bit more info. The course dates are available here, along with our application forms.
Daws is also right in that qcWHT has been revoked, and you will no longer find this offered.
Both the BCC and RCO courses will be offered by your local SATT; the former allowing you to coach, the latter allowing you to plan and conduct range practices. There is one further qual/authorisation you may be interested in (depending on what you wish to achieve), which is the Ancillary Range Duties course. This allows you to perform all functions on cadet ranges (such as safety supervisor, console operator, butts officer), except the actual planning and conduct. This is again offered by your local SATT.
Hope that helps, please do get in touch with our Adj on that email if you’re interested in the SAAI course, or indeed if you need a point in the right direction to your local SATT for the other courses.
Designed as a stand-alone
coaching course, this course is an introduction to coaching for those
interested in teaching cadets to shoot. It is open to Cadet SNCOs age
16 and above and adult staff. All applicants for the RCO SR Courses
are strongly advised to complete the Elementary Coaching course or
other appropriate coaching course first.
There should be no requirement for an additional course. The course teaches the principles of coaching, the chosen rifle is just the vehicle to teach those principles; they should then be applicable across the entirety of the cadet weapon systems.