Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1957 POR - The Commonwealth Headquarters Award for Land Rangers


The Commonwealth Headquarters Award is granted to a Land Ranger Company which reaches a certain standard of efficiency; details are obtainable from the Ranger Adviser for the country.

Sleeve Badge. - An enrolled member (not a Guider) of a company holding the award may wear a special sleeve badge.

1960 POR - The Commonwealth Headquarters Award for Land Rangers


The Commonwealth Headquarters Award is granted to a Land Ranger Company which reaches a certain standard of efficiency; details are obtainable from the Ranger Adviser for the country.

Recognition Badge - An invested member (not a Guider) of a company holding the award may wear a special badge.

1961 (July) POR - The Commonwealth Headquarters Award for Land Rangers


The Commonwealth Headquarters Award is granted to a Land Ranger Company which reaches a certain standard of efficiency; details are obtainable from the Ranger Adviser for the country.

Recognition Badge - An invested member (not a Guider) of a company holding the award may wear a special badge.

1964 (March) POR - The Commonwealth Headquarters Award for Land Rangers


a) The Commonwealth Headquarters Award is granted to a Land Ranger company which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.  Before applying for the C.H.Q. Award, Companies must have been registered for at least a year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of 12 Rangers exclusive of Guiders.

iii) An attendance record of at least 60 per cent.

iv) A minimum of one Guider holding a warrant.

All Companies must be recommended by their District and Division Commissioners, with the approval of the County Commissioner in consultation with the County Ranger Adviser, who must satisfy themselves that the preliminary conditions have been fulfilled.

Application forms are obtainable from the Senior Branch Secretary C.H.Q.  Inspections will be carried out by testers appointed y the Country, approved by the Senior Branch Adviser, C.H.Q.

b) Re-inspection. - Companies are liable for re-inspection every other year.

c) Certificate. - A company which reaches the required standard receives a certificate signed by the Chief Commissioner C.H.Q.

d) Recognition Badge. - An invested member (not a Guider) of a company holding the Award may wear a special badge.

1965 (July) POR - The Commonwealth Headquarters Award for Land Rangers


a) The Commonwealth Headquarters Award is granted to a Land Ranger company which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.  

Before applying for the C.H.Q. Award, Companies must have been registered for at least a year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

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

iii) An attendance record of at least 60 per cent.

iv) A minimum of one Guider holding a warrant.

All Companies must be recommended by their District and Division Commissioners, with the approval of the County Commissioner in consultation with the County Ranger Adviser, who must satisfy themselves that the preliminary conditions have been fulfilled.

Application forms are obtainable from the Senior Branch Secretary C.H.Q.  Inspections will be carried out by testers appointed by the Country, approved by the Senior Branch Adviser, C.H.Q.

b) Re-inspection. - A Company is liable for re-inspection every other year.

c) Certificate. - A company which reaches the required standard receives a certificate signed by the Chief Commissioner.

d) Recognition Badge. - An invested member (not a Guider) of a company holding the Award may wear a special badge.

1969 POR - Commonwealth Headquarters Recognition


Commonwealth Headquarters Recognition is available to:

Any Ranger Guide Service Unit.

Inspection is carried out by experienced Ranger Guiders appointed by the Country and approved by the Programme Adviser, C.H.Q.

A Unit applying for Recognition under clauses 1, 2, and 3, must have been registered for at least one year hand have:

a) A high all-round standard.

b) A minimum membership of 15 Ranger Guides.

c) An attendance of at least 60 per cent winter and summer.

d) At least one Guider holding a warrant.

The Unit must be recommended by its District and Division Commissioners, with the approval of the County Commissioner, who must satisfy themselves that the preliminary conditions have been fulfilled.

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