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Kareeba Scout Group - Scout Award System Resources

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Scoutcraft Pioneer Campcraft

Requirement 1 - Learn the Following Knots

a) Reef Knot
  1. WikiPedia
  2. Animated Knots by Grog
  3. Teaching Resource
b) Clove Hitch
  1. WikiPedia
  2. Animated Knots by Grog Method 1
  3. Animated Knots by Grog Method 2
  4. Animated Knots by Grog Method 3
  5. Teaching Resource
c) Sheet Bend
  1. WikiPedia
  2. Animated Knots by Grog Method
  3. Teaching Resource
d) Rolling Hitch
  1. WikiPedia
  2. Animated Knots by Grog Method
  3. Teaching Resource

Requirement 2 - Australian Flag

  1. Australian Flag
  2. Flying The Flag

Requirement 3 - First Aid

a) Reporting an Emergency
  1. How to Call Tripple Zero (000)
  2. Using Other Emergency Numbers
  3. Tripple Zero Fact Sheet
  4. Tripple Zero Colouring Page
  5. Tripple 000 Game
b) First Steps in Controlling Bleeding
  1. Bleeding Fact Sheet

Requirement 4 - Safety with Camping Tools

a) Know the Laws of Carrying and use of Knives in your state or territory.

  1. Faq QLD Police
b) Know and understand the safety rules for the use and storage of knives, bush saws and axes
  1. Axe, Saw, Knife
c) Explain the rules that apply to the supply and use of firewood in camping areas in your state or territory.

  1. Camping - Department of Environment
c) Demonstrate the use of a pocket knife or multi-Tool.

Looks like a job for a Scout Meeting.

Requirement 5 - Patrol System

a) Discuss with your Patrol Leader the Requirements of the Pioneer Target or other appropriate Target of the Award Scheme.

Use the Link below to do some research first.

  1. Award Scheme
b) Discuss with your Patrol Leader how the Patrol System Works in your Troop, e.g. election of Patrol Leader, appointment of APL, responsibilities of Troop Council and how it works.
c) Show an understanding of how a Patrol works within the Troop.
  1. The Patrol System
  2. The Patrol System

Last Updated Sunday 5th August 2012