During my brief brush with being an ACF AI, I noticed that the cadets were not issued with RoS books, which are extrememly useful in keeping track of all the qualifications and courses passed, as well as holding parental conscent for activities such as flying, gliding and various types of shooting. As a cadet I was issued one, but then I was in the CCF, and I know the ATC have them issued (mostly for flying and gliding hours to be recorded in). Is it "standard policy" in the ACF not to issue these books? Seems to be in my old county, unless it's just been the groups of cadets I was working with. I was with Humberside and South Yorkshire ACF, if anyone can enlighten me regarding it.