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Venturing Awards : 

Venturing Awards

Slide2: 

Reminder to instructors: Check the notes pages of this presentation for additional notes on the presentation This is a “hidden slide” and will not show in the presentation.

History: 

History Sea Scout Quartermaster 1924-Now Senior Titles 1935-46 Air Scout/Explorer Ace 1942-54 Explorer Ranger 1946-50 Explorer Silver Award 1950-66 Explorer Achievement Award 1983-95 Explorer G.O.L.D. Award 1995-98

Venturing Recognitions: 

Venturing Recognitions Bronze Gold Silver Ranger – outdoor skills Quest – sports skills Sea Scout Quartermaster Trust – Religious and Community Life

Recognition Map: 

Recognition Map Previous Boy Scout or Varsity Scout JOIN Venturing Outdoor Religious Arts and Sports Sea Bronze & C Life Hobbies Bronze Scout Bronze Bronze Bronze Gold Award Silver Quarter- Award master Award Quest Award Trust Award Ranger Award

Eagle Scout: 

Eagle Scout Eligibility remains the same First Class Scout Earned as a Boy Scout or Varsity Scout Requirements remain the same Leadership position in the crew

Boards of Review: 

Boards of Review Scout rank must have board of review May be troop, team, or crew / ship 3-6 committee members No advisors, assistants, relatives Purposes Work has been learned and completed What kind of experience youth having? Encourage advancement to next rank Not an examination, 15 minutes max Eagle board follows council procedures

Bronze Awards: 

Bronze Awards Sports Religious and Community Life Arts and Hobbies Outdoor Sea Scout All Venturers can earn any or all of these awards

Religious Life Requirements : 

Religious Life Requirements Do nine of the eleven projects: Earn religious award Learn about cultural diversity Plan and lead a service project Volunteer in church for three months Go on a religious retreat Be in a religious play Serve as an officer of your Sunday School Complete a Standard First Aid class Do five Ethical Controversies activities Sunday School teacher Meet with church leader

Gold Award: 

Gold Award Any one Bronze Award 12 months tenure Leadership role Participate in a district (or higher) event Personal growth in six experience areas Lead two crew activity projects Recite Venturing Oath Three letters of recommendation Crew review

Crew Review: 

Crew Review Required for Gold and Silver Awards Not for Bronze or Ranger or Quest or Trust Required for all Sea Scout ranks Completion paperwork to Advisor / Skipper Crew president (with Advisor) appoints review committee of 4-6 Venturers and adults Review determines if person grew as a result of the experience Advancement report to council office

Silver Award: 

Silver Award One Bronze Award Gold Award Emergency Preparedness (First Aid, CPR, Safe Swim Defense) Demonstrate leadership Including Venturing Leadership Skills Course Participate in Ethics in Action Crew review

Quartermaster Award: 

Quartermaster Award For Sea Scouts See the Sea Scout Manual, Ch. 3

Ranger Award: 

Ranger Award Eight core requirements Four of 18 elective requirements Demonstrate high degree of outdoor proficiency Resource for Venturers and Scouts Venturers can work up to the requirements

Ranger Award: 

Ranger Award Eight core requirements … First Aid Emergency Preparedness Leave No Trace Navigation Wilderness Survival Communications Cooking Conservation

Ranger Award : 

Ranger Award …plus four of eighteen electives Backpacking Cave Exploring COPE Cycling/Mountain Biking Ecology First Aid Fishing Equestrian Hunting Lifesaver Mountaineering Outdoor Living History Physical Fitness Plants and Wildlife Scuba Shooting Sports Watercraft Winter Sports

Quest Award: 

Quest Award Core requirements 1. Sports Bronze Award 2. Sport Safety Training 3. Fitness for Life 4. Fitness assessment 5. Sport disciplines One elective 1. History / heritage sports 2. Sports nutrition 3. Drug-free sport 4. Communications 5. History / heritage of disabled sports movement

TRUST Award: 

TRUST Award Tending Your Beliefs (first requirement) Religious Bronze Religious Emblem Respecting Beliefs of Others Understanding Other Cultures Serving Your Community Significant service project Transforming Our Society

Religious Life Program Jan Religious Award Study (1) Ethics in Action(9) Feb Cooking* Rendezvous Mar Cultural Diversity (2) Ethics in Action Apr First Aid* (8) May Service Project (3) Ethics in Action Jun Religious Play (6) Leadership Skills Jul Backpacking Swimming & SSD Aug Wilderness Survival* Ethics in Action Sep Religious Retreat (5) Oct Religious Leader Meeting (11) Ethics in Action RELIGIOUS LIFE BRONZE Nov Emergency Preparedness* Leadership Skills Dec Winter Sports Ethics in Action OUTDOOR BRONZE GOLD AWARD: 

Religious Life Program Jan Religious Award Study (1) Ethics in Action(9) Feb Cooking* Rendezvous Mar Cultural Diversity (2) Ethics in Action Apr First Aid* (8) May Service Project (3) Ethics in Action Jun Religious Play (6) Leadership Skills Jul Backpacking Swimming & SSD Aug Wilderness Survival* Ethics in Action Sep Religious Retreat (5) Oct Religious Leader Meeting (11) Ethics in Action RELIGIOUS LIFE BRONZE Nov Emergency Preparedness* Leadership Skills Dec Winter Sports Ethics in Action OUTDOOR BRONZE GOLD AWARD

Outdoor/Ranger Program Jan First Aid* Ethics in Action Feb Cooking* Rendezvous Mar Land Navigation* Apr Backpacking Ethics in Action May Leave No Trace* Leaderships Skills Jun Wilderness Survival* Jul Mountaineering Swimming & SSD OUTDOOR BRONZE Aug Emergency Preparedness* Sep Communications* Ethics in Action Oct Project COPE Nov Conservation* Leadership Skills Dec Winter Sports Ethics in Action RANGER AWARD GOLD AWARD: 

Outdoor/Ranger Program Jan First Aid* Ethics in Action Feb Cooking* Rendezvous Mar Land Navigation* Apr Backpacking Ethics in Action May Leave No Trace* Leaderships Skills Jun Wilderness Survival* Jul Mountaineering Swimming & SSD OUTDOOR BRONZE Aug Emergency Preparedness* Sep Communications* Ethics in Action Oct Project COPE Nov Conservation* Leadership Skills Dec Winter Sports Ethics in Action RANGER AWARD GOLD AWARD

Recognition Map: 

Recognition Map Previous Boy Scout or Varsity Scout JOIN Venturing Outdoor Religious Arts and Sports Sea Bronze & C Life Hobbies Bronze Scout Bronze Bronze Bronze Gold Award Silver Quarter- Award master Award Quest Award Trust Award Ranger Award

Venturing Awards: 

Venturing Awards Historically based - 95 years experience Relevant today Program supplement Flexible

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Venturing Awards VENTURING LEADERSHIP AWARD Presented by Councils, Regions and National Council to Venturers and adults who have made exceptional contributions to Venturing ADVISOR AWARD of MERIT Recognizes Advisor / Skipper for outstanding ability to work with youth. Nominated by crew president and committee chairman

Adult Training Awards: 

Adult Training Awards Scouter’s Key (Advisor) Fast Start and Basic training Three years tenure, seminars, VLSC Quality Unit, parents night Roundtable attendance Training Award (Venturing) Basic training Two years tenure Seven of 11 projects Sea Scout leaders meet Skipper’s needs

Young American Award: 

Young American Award See the National Venturing site for requirements. Nomination award. Administered in SHAC by the Exploring Division.

Other Awards: 

Other Awards Honor Medal Heroism Medal Medal of Merit Hornaday Award Conservation Good Turn 50-Miler

High Adventure Bases: 

High Adventure Bases Philmont Sea Base Northern Tier

Water Sports Badges: 

Water Sports Badges Boardsailing BSA Lifeguard Kayaking Mile Swim Scuba Snorkeling Long Cruise

Other: 

Other Quality Unit Historic Trails Paul Bunyan Interpreter Strip Jamboree Venturing Shooting Sports

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