From capmembers.com:
A region cadet leadership school (RCLS) is a course in officership, indirect leadership, and other themes consistent with CAP’s leadership expectations for Phase III cadets. These academies make use of local resources to broaden leadership skills in cadet officers and NCOs

a. Curriculum. Minimum curricula standards are found at capmembers.com/rcls under the link for Adult Leaders.

b. Eligibility. To participate, cadets must have completed an encampment and hold the grade of C/MSgt or above.

c. Course Frequency. Each region must offer at least one RCLS per year or conduct a school in cooperation with a neighboring region. Wings may host RCLS, with approval from region headquarters.

d. Graduation Credit. To receive graduation credit, cadets must participate actively in 80% of the school, in the judgment of the activity director. Within 30 days of the school’s conclusion, the activity director will submit a roster of graduates to National Headquarters, with a copy to the region headquarters.

There is one NCR CLS coming up in Winter 2017 hosted by the South Dakota Wing. More details to follow.

Upcoming RCLSs.