If you need to ask the question on drill timings then you shouldn't be taking the lesson. YOU SHOULD BE THE STUDENT. I would have expected a one star to be able to tell me the timings. You sure you passed the ITC and AI course?
I cannot claim to be much good at drill myself, or good at teaching it to our cadets, but, today I took some of them to Sandhurst for the Commandants Parade )Sovereigns Parade is this Friday). We were met by a Captain resplendent in his No1 Dress complete with sword and spurs. The cadets marched to their seats and their performance got a "Well done" from him. That pleased me no end. When the Officer Cadets marched on they were simply superb. The first "Shun" command was follwed by a single very short click as 470 boots stamped down precisely together. That was followed by an audible sharp intake of breath from all the cadets around me - they were really impressed, as was I. The rest of the Parade was truly stunning to watch, and was a tribute to the NCO's who have trained them. The music provided by the Band of the Irish Guards was highly professional and wonderful to listen to.
We came away, duly humbled and aware of just how much we have to learn.
the cadet training manual has all the info needed for basic drill which is all that is needed you should have one at your detachment for the adults to refer to when you need to. if not then have a word with your training officer or oc and tell them to get a grip and order a copy for you