Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1950 POR - Admiralty Recognition of Sea Ranger Crews

Admiralty recognition has been granted to the Sea Section of the Ranger Branch.
Before being inspected with a view to being granted Admiralty Recognition, individual crews must have:
1) A high all-round standard.
2) Been registered for at least one year.
3) A minimum membership of twenty Sea Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.
4) An attendance record of at least sixty per cent, winter and summer.
5) A minimum of two warranted Guiders.
6) Acquired a boat, or be doing its best to acquire one.
Having fulfilled these conditions, the Skipper must obtain the District Commissioner's permission to apply for inspection.  This should only be granted if the District Commissioner is satisfied that the crew has proved itself co-operative in the District, and that it has done a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialised training.
The special forms are obtainable from County Coxswains or County Ranger Advisers, and these must be signed by District, Division, and County Commissioners before being forwarded to Imperial Headquarters.
The inspection, which will be carried out by W.R.N.S. officers, is to ensure that the nautical side of the Sea Ranger training is of a good standard.
An Admiralty Recognised Crew has the right to fly a special pennant (flag), and individual members may wear a special arm badge.
After being awarded Admiralty Recognition, a Sea Ranger Crew is liable to a yearly inspection.
1953 POR - Admiralty Recognition of Sea Ranger Crews

Admiralty recognition has been granted to the Sea Section of the Ranger Branch.
Before being inspected with a view to being granted Admiralty Recognition, individual crews must have:
1) A high all-round standard.
2) Been registered for at least one year.
3) A minimum membership of twenty Sea Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.
4) An attendance record of at least sixty per cent, winter and summer.
5) A minimum of two warranted Guiders.
6) Acquired a boat, or be doing its best to acquire one.
Having fulfilled these conditions, the Skipper must obtain the District Commissioner's permission to apply for inspection.  This should only be granted if the District Commissioner is satisfied that the crew has proved itself co-operative in the District, and that it has done a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialised training.
The special forms are obtainable from County Coxswains or County Ranger Advisers, and these must be signed by District, Division, and County Commissioners before being forwarded to Imperial Headquarters.
The inspection, which will be carried out by W.R.N.S. officers, is to ensure that the nautical side of the Sea Ranger training is of a good standard.
An Admiralty Recognised Crew has the right to fly a special pennant (flag), and individual members may wear a special arm badge.
After being awarded Admiralty Recognition, a Sea Ranger Crew is liable to a yearly inspection.

1957 POR - Admiralty Recognition of Sea Ranger Crews


a) Admiralty Recognition is granted to a Sea Ranger Crew which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before the inspection which takes place with a view to the grant of Admiralty Recognition, the crew must have been registered for at least a year and have:

I) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of twenty Sea Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) An attendance record of at least 60 per cent, winter and summer.

iv) A minimum of two Guiders holding warrants.

The crew must own a boat or be working to obtain one.

Before applying for inspection the Captain must obtain the permission of the District Commissioner who is to satisfy herself that the above conditions have been fulfilled; and also that the crew has proved co-operative in the District, and is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training.

Forms are obtainable from the County Sea Ranger Coxswain or County Ranger Adviser, and must be signed by the District, Division and County Commissioner before being forwarded to C.H.Q.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.N.S. officers, is to ensure that the nautical side of the Sea Ranger training is of a good standard.

After being awarded Admiralty Recognition, the crew is liable to a yearly inspection.

An enrolled member of an Admiralty Recognised Crew may wear a special sleeve badge.

1960 POR - Admiralty Recognition of Sea Ranger Crews


a) Admiralty Recognition is granted to a Sea Ranger Crew which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before the inspection which takes place with a view to the grand of Admiralty Recognition, the crew must have been registered for at least a year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of twenty Sea Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) An attendance record of at least 60 per cent, winter and summer.

iv) A minimum of two Guiders holding warrants.

The crew must own a boat or be working to obtain one.

Before applying for inspection the Captain must obtain the permission of the District Commissioner who is to satisfy herself that the above conditions have been fulfilled; and also that the crew has proved co-operative in the District, and is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training.

Forms are obtainable from the County Sea Ranger Coxswain or County Ranger Adviser, and must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioner before being forwarded to C.H.Q.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.N.S. officers, is to ensure that the nautical side of the Sea Ranger training is of a good standard.

After being awarded Admiralty Recognition, the crew is liable to a yearly inspection.

1961 (July) POR - Admiralty Recognition of Sea Ranger Crews


a) Admiralty Recognition is granted to a Sea Ranger Crew which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before the inspection which takes place with a view to the grand of Admiralty Recognition, the crew must have been registered for at least a year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of twenty Sea Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) An attendance record of at least 60 per cent, winter and summer.

iv) A minimum of two Guiders holding warrants.

The crew must own a boat or be working to obtain one.

Before applying for inspection the Captain must obtain the permission of the District Commissioner who is to satisfy herself that the above conditions have been fulfilled; and also that the crew has proved co-operative in the District, and is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training.

Forms are obtainable from the County Sea Ranger Coxswain or County Ranger Adviser, and must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioner before being forwarded to C.H.Q.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.N.S. officers, is to ensure that the nautical side of the Sea Ranger training is of a good standard.

After being awarded Admiralty Recognition, the crew is liable to a yearly inspection.

1964 (March) POR - Admiralty Recognition of Sea Ranger Crews


a) Admiralty Recognition is granted to a Sea Ranger crew which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before the inspection which takes place with a view to the grant of Admiralty Recognition, the crew must have been registered for at least a year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of twenty Sea Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) An attendance record of at least 60 per cent, winter and summer.

iv) A minimum of two Guiders holding warrants.

The crew must own a boat or be working to obtain one.

Before applying for inspection the Captain must obtain the permission of the District Commissioner who is to satisfy herself that the above conditions have been fulfilled; and also that the crew has proved co-operative in the District, and is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training.

Forms are obtainable from the County Sea Ranger Coxswain or County Ranger Adviser, and must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioner before being forwarded to C.H.Q.

The inspection , which is carried out by W.R.N.S. officers, is to ensure that the nautical side of the Sea Ranger training is of a good standard.

After being awarded Admiralty Recognition, the crew is liable to a yearly inspection.

1965 (July) POR - Admiralty Recognition of Sea Ranger Crews


a) Admiralty Recognition is granted to a Sea Ranger crew which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before the inspection which takes place with a view to the grant of Admiralty Recognition, the crew must have been registered for at least a year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of 15 Sea Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) An attendance record of at least 60 per cent, winter and summer.

iv) A minimum of two Guiders holding warrants.

The crew must own a boat or be working to obtain one.

Application forms and full instructions to Commissioners are obtainable from the Senior Branch Secretary, C.H.Q.  The application must be signed by the District, Division and County Commissioners who are to satisfy themselves that the crew is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialised training, and is being cooperative in the District.

The inspection , which is carried out by W.R.N.S. officers, is to ensure that the nautical side of the Sea Ranger training is of a good standard.

After being awarded Admiralty Recognition, the crew is liable to a yearly inspection.

An invested member (not a Guider) of an Admiralty Recognised crew may wear a special badge.

1969 POR - Royal Navy Recognition


A Ranger Guide Service Unit where all members are following a programme with emphasis on sea training.

The Unit must own a oat or be working to obtain one.

Inspection is carried out by W.R.N.S. Officers.

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