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All Scout Craft Badge

All Scout Craft Badge

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Published by Mitchell Terblanche
Scoutcraft and Interest Badge requirements for Scouts. Updated 2004.
Scoutcraft and Interest Badge requirements for Scouts. Updated 2004.

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Published by: Mitchell Terblanche on Oct 11, 2009
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SASA_SBB_2009_All_Scoutcraft_Badge.doc
 
E-mail:info@scouting.org.zaWebsite:www.scouting.org.zaTel: 0860 SCOUTS
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SOUTH AFRICAN SCOUT ASSOCIATION
Badge Book Update 2009
AIRMANSHIPSCOUTCRAFT BADGE
Date Passed Signed
1. Discuss the proper conduct to adopt and the ordinary safety precautionsto follow, when on an airfield and when near an aircraft. 12. Explain how to be of practical help to a pilot by indicating wind directionby day and by night and by keeping the landing strip clear.23. Make up a scrapbook containing at least fifty pictures of different aircraftcollected by yourself. 34. Recognise 90% of the aircraft in your scrapbook from silhouettes shownto you for ten seconds, 25% of the silhouettes to be head-on.45. Point out the principle parts of an aircraft and the control surfaces.Explain how they function. 56. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of taking off and landing intothe wind. 67. Explain the aerodynamics of stalling. 7
 
 
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SOUTH AFRICAN SCOUT ASSOCIATION
Badge Book Update 2009
AIR PLANNER SCOUTCRAFT BADGE
Date Passed Signed
1. Explain what is meant by latitude and longitude as well as the meaningof: lesser great circles; lesser circles; meridians and rhumbline. 12. Explain what is meant by Magnetic Dip, Variation and Deviation. 23. Know the difference between, and the derivation of, magnetic headingand track. 34. Demonstrate a knowledge of conventional symbols used on anaeronautical chart and show how to do simple flight calculations. 45. Show a knowledge of the instruments used by an air navigator andcompute problems (by any means) of time, distance, speed and fuelconsumed per hour.56. Explain the semi-circle rule and the importance of keeping to correctflight levels. 67. Demonstrate how to complete the Standard ATC Flight Plan Form. 78. Explain how cloud is formed anda)
 
Recognise and name six different cloud types and explain theirsignificance for aviators. 8ab)
 
Know the types of cloud considered hazardous to aviation. 8bc)
 
Explain the physics of ice formation. 8c9. Interpret a weather map, with particular reference to the high pressureand low pressure Provincials and cold and warm fronts. 910. Explain the conditions necessary for the formation of thunderstorms andknow the dangers and procedures to be followed when thunderstorms arepresent when flying.10
 
 
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SOUTH AFRICAN SCOUT ASSOCIATION
Badge Book Update 2009
ATHLETICSSCOUTCRAFT BADGE
 NOTE
Requirement may be taken over two or more days.A candidate may not undertake more than onerequirement from a group.
Date Passed Signed
1. Demonstrate the correct methods of walking and running, and of startinga race. 12. Demonstrate “Scouts Pace” [50 walk/50 run] over a distance of 1kmwithout stopping. 23.
 
Show a basic knowledge of the rules for the following:a)
 
Sprint raceb)
 
Middle distance and long distancec)
 
Relay racesd)
 
Hurdlese)
 
Discus event or Shot-put 34. Discuss correct diet and methods of training for athletes. 45. Represent your club, Troop or school at an athletic meeting. 56. Gain the indicated times in five of the following groups of tests accordingto your age:
 
At least one must be at the “Merit” level. See Table on next page 6
AGE: 11 years 12 years 13 yearsGROUP 1 Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls
100 metre sprint Merit 15,25 sec 16,16 sec 15,02 sec 15,96 sec 14,42 sec 15,35 sec100 metre sprint Standard 16,56 sec 17,55 sec 16,10 sec 17,10 sec 15,66 sec 16,67 sec
GROUP 2 Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls
150 metre sprint Merit 23,02 sec 24,12 sec 22,33 sec 23,70 sec 21,73 sec 23,10 sec150 metre sprint Standard 25,10 sec 26,49 sec 24,25 sec 25,74 sec 23,60 sec 25,08 sec
GROUP 3 Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls
800 metres Merit 2m 46,60 sec 2m 57,10 sec 2m 41,90 sec 2m 52,47 sec 2m 36,20 sec 2m 47,63 sec800 metres Standard 2m 52,60 sec 3m 11,02 sec 2m 47,75 sec 3m 6,37 sec 2m 43,20 sec 3m 03,03 sec1200 metres Merit 4m 26,56 sec 4m 43,20 sec 4m 19,05 sec 4m 35,96 sec 4m 12,05 sec 4m 28,93 sec1200 metres Standard 4m 49,48 sec 5m 07,55 sec 4m 41,32 sec 4m 59,67 sec 4m 33,71 sec 4m 52,04 sec
GROUP 4 Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls
Running high jump Merit 1,09 m 1,03 m 1,18 m 1,09 m 1.26 m 1,15 mRunning high jump Standard 0,93 m 0,87 m 1,01 m 0,93 m 1,08 m 0,98 mRunning long jump Merit 3,70 m 3.03 m 3,96 m 3,25 m 4,27 m 3,50 mRunning long jump Standard 3,17 m 2.60 m 3,40 m 2,79 m 3,66 m 3,00 m
GROUP 5 Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls
Shotput Merit 9,8 m [ 2kg] 6,64 m [ 2kg] 9,00 m [ 3kg] 7,02 m [ 3kg] 9,89 m [ 3kg] 7,90 m [ 3kg]Shotput Standard 7,47 m [ 2kg] 5.06 m [ 2kg] 6,85 m [ 3kg] 5,35 m [ 3kg] 7,54 m [ 3kg] 6,02 m [ 3kg]Discus Merit 25,70 m [ 75kg] 18,10 m [ 75kg] 27,90 m [ 75kg] 20,30 m [ 75kg] 27,98 m [ 1kg] 22,50 m [ 75kg]Discus Standard 18,00 m [ 75kg] 13,20 m [ 75kg] 21,30 m [ 75g] 15,50 m [ 75kg] 21,31 m [ 1kg] 17,20 m [ 75kg]Javelin Merit 30,80 m [ 500g] 20,50 m [ 500g] 33,40 m [ 500g] 23,10 m [ 500g] 34,20 m [ 600g] 25,80 m [ 500g]Javelin Standard 23,30 m [ 500g] 15.70 m [ 500g] 25.40 m [ 500g] 17,60 m [ 500g] 26,00 m [ 600g] 19,60 m [ 500g]
GROUP 6 Boys (70m) Girls (70m) Boys (75m) Girls (75m) Boys (80m) Girls (75m)
Hurdles (68 cm) 13,55 sec 14,71 sec 14,00 sec 14,76 sec 14,53 sec 14,41 secHurdles (68 cm) Std 14,71 sec 15,98 sec 15,20 sec 16,03 sec 15,77 sec 15,65 sec
GROUP 7 Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls
Road walk (1,5 km) Merit 9 min 30 sec 10 min 03 sec 9 min 13 sec 9 min 48 sec 8 min 58sec 9 min 33 secRoad walk (1,5 km) Standard 10 min 20 sec 10 min 55 sec 10 min 10 sec 10 min 38sec 9 min 45sec 10 min 22sec
GROUP 8 Boys & girls 11, 12 or 13 years of age
Cross country run (3 km) Standard points only. No time set. Candidate not to stop running.NB The cross country must take place over open country and not along streets.

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