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CHIEF SCOUT’S AWARD

How to Complete the Chief Scout’s Award Application.

STEP 1 Complete the Planning Section of this form


STEP 2 Do the plan
STEP 3 Submit the Application Section of this form

Check the Taber4wards website for information http://taber4wards.org

Name: Group Area:


:

Address: Phone:

Troop Scouter’s Name: Phone:

STEP #1 PLANNING SECTION


A. With the help of your Patrol counsellor, devise a plan.
B. The planning section should be completed by the end of November at the latest. Check
with your Troop Scouter, AC or DAC Program for the exact date.
C. Submit your plan to the Court of Honour and the Troop Scouter for approval.
D. It must be also be looked over by the AC or DAC Program or Troop Designate.
E. If you have any questions about the Chief Scout award ask before you get started, it will save
having the application being questioned or even rejected.

1. PATHFINDER AWARD
List the dates you have completed each requirement or the date you intend to complete it.

REQUIREMENT DATE
Voyageur Scout

Citizenship

Leadership

Personal Development

Outdoor Skills

Summer & Winter


All Round Camper Award

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2. STANDARD FIRST AID
What date do you expect to complete this requirement? Who is responsible for setting up the course?
How much does the course cost and how do you expect to pay for it?

DATE COST RESPONSIBILITY

3. CHALLENGE BADGES
You need at least one badge in each of the 7 categories. What badge do you intend to earn in each of
these categories? When do you expect to finish each badge?

CATEGORY BADGES DATES


Athletics

Culture & Society

Home & Family

Environment

Outdoors

Personal Development

Science & Technology

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4. CONSERVATION BADGE
Challenge Badges
Which two badges have you earned in the environmental category? If not, when will they be
earned?

BADGE EARNED (Y/N) DATE

I. Conservation Issue Project


What project do you plan for your community and when will you make your presentation of this
project?

PROJECT DATE PRESENTATION DATE


FINISHED (WHO/WHERE?) PRESENTED

II. "Think Globally, Act Locally” Activity


What activity are you planning and leading that will focus on the concept, "Think Globally, Act
Locally."

ACTIVITY DATE

World Conservation Badge


I received or plan to receive my World Conservation Badge
DATE LOCATION

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5. WORLD SCOUTING PRESENTATION

When are you planning to give your presentation on World Scouting and whom will you present it
to?

DATE AUDIENCE

6. CHALLENGING PROGRAM
I. Requirement #6 requires that you and a Scouter must design a program that will be a challenge
for you. Needless to say, it must be more difficult than and cannot include what you did to earn
the Pathfinder Award.
My challenging program in each activity area will include:

ACTIVITY AREA DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY DATE TO BE


COMPLETED
Citizenship

Leadership

Personal Development

Outdoor Skills

II. There is a requirement for 30 hours of leadership in addition to any time spent completing the
Citizenship activity area. This should be provided outside of Scouting.

WHO DO YOU PLAN ON LEADING? WHEN WILL THIS


REQUIREMENT BE
COMPLETE?

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FINALIZING THE PLAN
When are you going to present this plan to the Court of Honour?

The date your Troop Scouter looked over your plan

Make a copy and show your plan to the AC or DAC Program Troop or Troop designate. The Court
of Honour, Troop Scouter should sign below and return the Application to you for completion.

Keep in mind that it is easier to fill out your application as you complete the requirements, rather
than waiting until the deadline in April and trying to remember what you did and when you did it.

It is also advisable to keep a log of all your leadership hours, in case they are challenged.

Good Luck and Have fun!

THIS AREA TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE STARTING ON THE CHIEF SCOUT AWARD


I have read and approve this Scout’s plan to earn the Chief Scout’s Award.

Court of Honour (or Patrol) Date:

Troop Scouter Date:

STEP #2 DO THE PLAN !!

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STEP #3 APPLICATION SECTION


1. As the plan is carried out, the completed requirements should be filled in and the
application submitted to the Court of Honour, Troop Scouter before the deadline (usually
in April.).
2. Once all the requirements are completed the Court of Honour and Troop Scouter must
sign the application form and submit it to your AC, DAC Troop or Troop Designate.

REQUIREMENTS COMPLETED
Completed the Pathfinder Scout requirements (date):
Qualified in First Aid Standard level (date):
Earned the World Conservation Badge (date):
Presentation on Scouts Canada given to (audience and date):

Give a brief description of the actual program followed in each of these areas:

Citizenship Activity Area


Description

Leadership Activity Area


Description:

Personal Development Activity Area


Description:

Outdoor Skills Activity Area


Description:

30 Hours of Leadership
Provided to:
Description of your
leadership role:

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CERTIFICATE AND CEREMONY INFORMATION


Name: Birth
Date:

(Applicants first name) (Family name) yy/mm/dd


****Please print clearly – Names as desired on certificate****
Parents Name(s):

ENDORSEMENTS
Applicant’s Certification
In applying for the Chief Scout’s award, I certify that I understand the qualifications and the service
expected of a holder of the Award and that I am doing my best to live up to the Scout Promise and
Law. I am also aware that it is required that I wear the full, correct uniform during my participation
in the Council Recognition Ceremony.

Date: _____________________ Applicant’s signature: _______________________________

Scout Troop Endorsement


We agree that this applicant for the Chief Scout’s Award has to our satisfaction, completed the
requirements, demonstrated doing his/her best to live up to the Scout Law and to fully understand
the significance of being awarded the Chief Scout’s Award.

Two members of the Court of Honour:


(Print name) (Signature)

(Print name) (Signature)

Troop Scouter
(Print name) (Signature)

(Address) (Postal Code) (Phone)

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