ACPTR February Course Kicks Off With Opening Ceremony

BLIZZARD, Shamrock Bulletin Headquarters – Following its absence over January due to the transition to HTML5, the ACPTR has returned to Club Penguin Rewritten to welcome in its next class of cadets.

The Army of Club Penguin Training Regiment has made its way back to Club Penguin Rewritten in preparation for the first course of 2021. The curriculum for cadets has been newly revamped in preparation for the move to CPR.

Over the next four weeks, the cadets will learn all about ACP’s history, tactics within events and how to lead a group of soldiers during a battle. They will also take part in a leadership masterclass, held by Field Marshal Max.

The AUSIA opening ceremony was attended by a promising number of cadets, who are hoping to earn their 16 credits by the end of the course.

The first event of the day was the AUSIA Opening Ceremony

Later in the day, the ACPTR saw the next generation of UK/US cadets be introduced to the course by ACPTR Director Daniel and Instructors Chicken and Frog. With 15 penguins online, the ceremony saw ACPTR Officers and A+ graduates join in the event too and send the cadets on their way.

The second Opening Ceremony saw the UK/US cadets in attendance

The Shamrock Bulletin reached out to the newly inaugurated ACPTR Director Daniel to see what he thought of his first events following his promotion.

What did you think of your first opening ceremony events as a Director of the ACPTR?

Very exciting! I had so much fun conducting them alongside such amazing Instructors like Chicken and Frog. The Opening Ceremony is always a start of something amazing, I tried my best to maintain that :EH: I am very excited about this upcoming ACPTR course and what’s to come in the future for the cadets! :smile:

– Daniel, ACPTR Director


The cadets are very excited to be embarking on this new ACP adventure, and we are eager to see who will survive the length of the course to emerge as an elite soldier of the army. The Shamrock Bulletin will be covering their progress.

What do YOU think? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

ACP Brigadier General & Shamrock Bulletin Reporter

2 Responses

  1. Best of luck to all the cadets taking part this month!

  2. Excited for this new February course! 😀

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