The Award Scheme
To achieve the Explorer Citizenship Target, the Scout must complete all of the requirements for No’s 1 to 4, together with any three of the remaining six parts.
- Promise and Law
Discuss with your Scout Leader the part that the Scout Promise and Law plays in your life.
- Spiritual development
Assist your Patrol Leader in planning and running a Scouts Own at a Scout Camp or other Troop activity.
- First aid
- Know the first aid for Explorer Emergencies.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the DRSABCD principle.
- Demonstrate that you can carry out the requirements for first aid at Pioneer Citizenship level.
- Demonstrate two types of hand seats and one other way of moving an injured person.
- Be able to recognise the symptoms of shock and know how to treat a person who is suffering from shock.
Discuss with your Patrol Leader three examples of when you have had the opportunity to develop leadership skills during the Scout program.
- Good turn
- Complete a maintenance task to Scout property, e.g. painting, whipping rope ends, removing leaves from gutters, repairing Patrol box or other equipment (minimum service four hours).
- Participate in some form of community service that must be over a minimum of four hours (e.g. assist a service organisation, environmental, organisation hospital, etc.)
- Breaking the Cycle
Discuss as a Patrol or Troop your current Troop Code and contribute to annual review of Troop Code and sign
Make a poster, video or skit on why people bully others
Alone or in a group research the consequenses of bullying and share your findings with the Troops.
- With your Patrol conduct an activity with an International theme.
- With your Patrol, find out about some aspect of the history of your local area and make a short verbal or other presentation about your findings to the Troop. You might choose stories from the past, a person of historic note, a local historical site, a monument, a museum, etc.
- With your Patrol plan, prepare and cook a meal from another culture.
- With your Patrol or other Scouts participate in an activity with Scouts from another District.
- Alone or with your Patrol plan a tour of your community designed to help a visitor see and learn about it, and either conduct a visitor on the tour or go as a Patrol.
- Organise an activity or produce a chart for Cub Scouts on road and bicycle safety.
- Prepare a chart for your hall or den showing appropriate contacts for the following emergencies:
- sick animals
- damage to roads and bridges
- gas and water.
- Complete section A (Explore and Reflect) of the World Scout Environment Badge.
- Complete the remaining two thirds of your project for the Landcare Badge.
- On a walk through your local community with your Patrol, identify and record ten ways in which your local community could be more environmentally friendly.
- Lead a discussion with Pioneer level Scouts about a healthy lifestyle including the need for a proper diet, proper amount of sleep and the value of exercise.
- With your Patrol or other Scouts, participate in an activity that focuses on the value of exercise and sport as a part of a healthy lifestyle.
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Last updated 18th February 2017.
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