Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1968 Guide Handbook - Emergency Team pennant


1) With any available wood light a fire out-of-doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

2) Know, and at the test demonstrate if possible, how to act if the Patrol is first on the scene of:

a) A severe accident in a street.

b) A house on fire.

3) Show how to:

a) Carry an unconscious person on a stretcher.

b) Carry an injured but conscious person on a stretcher improvised by the Patrol.

4) Be able to:

a) Stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) Deal with burns and scalds, including treatment to guard against shock.

c) Put on an arm sling and bandage a sprained ankle or writs.

Note: Each member of the Patrol must be able to do all the things in this clause and at the test the tester will share out the things to be done so that everyone does something.

5) Be able to hold the interest of a small child by using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.  Each member of the Patrol is to do something different.

6) Bring certificates or notes to show that everyone took part in a) and that everyone can do at least one of the things in the list b) -f) and that all clauses are covered.

a) The Patrol must have transmitted a message over the distance of 2 miles using at least four different means.

b) Swim 50 yards.

c) Throw a lifeline 12 yards.

d) Retrieve a brick from water 5 feet deep.

e) Do a 7-mile walk,

f) Set a map out-of-doors using compass and landmarks.

7) Deal sensibly and quickly with an emergency based on the above syllabus.

1974 Guide Handbook - Emergency Team pennant


1) With any available wood light a fire out-of-doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

2) Know, and at the test demonstrate if possible, how to act if the Patrol is first on the scene of:

a) A severe accident in a street.

b) A house on fire.

3) Show how to:

a) Carry an unconscious person on a stretcher.

b) Carry an injured but conscious person on a stretcher improvised by the Patrol.

4) Be able to:

a) Stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) Deal with burns and scalds, including treatment to guard against shock.

c) Put on an arm sling and bandage a sprained ankle or writs.

Note: Each member of the Patrol must be able to do all the things in this clause and at the test the tester will share out the things to be done so that everyone does something.

5) Be able to hold the interest of a small child by using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.  Each member of the Patrol is to do something different.

6) Bring certificates or notes to show that everyone took part in a) and that everyone can do at least one of the things in the list b) - f) and that all clauses are covered.

a) The Patrol must have transmitted a message over the distance of 2 miles using at least four different means.

b) Swim 50 yards.

c) Throw a lifeline 12 yards.

d) Retrieve a rick from water 5 feet deep.

e) Do a 7-mile walk.

f) Set a map out-of-doors using compass and landmarks.

7) Deal sensibly and quickly with an emergency based on the above syllabus.

1981 Guide Handbook - Emergency Team pennant


Train to be an Emergency Team and at the test be able to deal sensibly and quickly with two emergencies based on the following:

1) With any available wood light a fire out-of-doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

2) Using a manikin or mask demonstrate artificial respiration by mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose method.  Show how to place the patient in the recovery position in case he should vomit.

3) Show how to carry an injured but conscious person on a stretcher improvised by the Patrol.

4) Be able to:

a) Stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) Deal with burns and scalds; including treatment to guard against shock.

c) Put on an arm sling and bandage a sprained ankle or wrist.

5) Be able to hold the interest of a small child for 20 minutes using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.  Each member of the Patrol is to do something different.

6) Transmit a message over a distance of two miles using at least four different means.

7) Set a map out-of-doors using compass and landmarks.

8) Throw a lifeline 10 metres.

1983 Guide Badge Book - Emergency Team pennant


Train to be an Emergency Team and at the test be able to deal sensibly and quickly with two emergencies based on the following:

1) With any available wood light a fire out-of-doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

2) Using a manikin or mask demonstrate artificial respiration by mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose method.  Show how to place the patient in the recovery position in case he should vomit.

3) Be able to:

a) Stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) Deal with burns and scalds; including treatment to guard against shock.

c) Put on an arm sling and bandage a sprained ankle or wrist.

4) Be able to hold the interest of a small child for 20 minutes using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.  Each member of the Patrol is to do something different.

5) Transmit a message over a distance of two miles (3.22 km) using at least four different means.

6) Set a map out-of-doors using compass and landmarks.

7) Throw an unweighted rope to reach a person twelve yards (10 metres) away.

1986 Guide Badge Book - Emergency Team pennant


Train to be an Emergency Team and at the test be able to deal sensibly and quickly with two emergencies chosen by the tester based on the following:

1) With any available wood light a fire out-of-doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

2) Using a manikin or mask, demonstrate artificial ventilation by mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose method.  Show how to place the patient in the recovery position in case he should vomit.  Know when and how to use external chest compression.

3) Be able to:

a) Stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) Deal with burns and scalds; including treatment to guard against shock.

c) Put on an arm sling and bandage a sprained ankle or wrist.

4) Be able to hold the interest of a small child for 20 minutes using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.  Each member of the Patrol is to do something different.

5) Transmit a message over a distance of two miles (3.22 km) using at least four different means.

6) Set a map and use it to follow a route of at least two miles (3.22 km).out-of-doors using compass and landmarks.

7) Throw an unweighted rope to reach a person twelve yards (10 metres) away.

1989 Guide Badge Book - Emergency Team pennant


The whole Patrol must be present for the test.

Train to be an Emergency Team.  At the test be able to deal sensibly, quickly and calmly with two emergencies chosen by the tester, one of which will be based on clauses 1 and 2.

1) a) Using a manikin or mask, demonstrate artificial ventilation by the mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose method.  Show how to place the patient in the recovery position in case he should vomit.

b) Know when and how to use artificial ventilation and external chest compression, e.g. drowning, electrical accidents and smoke filled rooms.

2) Know the signs and symptoms you would look for in the case of a fractured spine.

3) With any available wood light a fire out of doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

4) Be able to:

a) Stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) Deal with burns and scalds, including treatment to guard against shock.

c) Put on an arm sling and bandage an injured ankle.

5) Be able to hold the interest of a small child for twenty minutes, using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.  Each member of the Patrol is to be involved.

6) Using four different methods send a message a total distance of two kms.

7) Set a map and use it to follow a route of at least 3.22kms (two miles).

8) Throw an unweighted rope to reach a person 10 metres (twelve yards) away.

1992 Guide Badge Book - Emergency Team pennant


The whole of the Patrol must be present for the test.

Train to be an Emergency Team.  

At the test be able to deal sensibly, quickly and calmly with two emergencies chosen by the tester, one of which will be based on clauses 1 and 2.

1) a) Using a manikin or mask, demonstrate artificial ventilation by the mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose method.  Show how to place the patient in the recovery position in case he or she should vomit.

b) Know when and how to use artificial ventilation and external chest compression, e.g. drowning, electrical accidents or smoke-filled rooms.

2) Know the signs and symptoms you would look for in the case of a fractured spine.  Understand the danger of moving or handling a patient when the extent of the injury is not known.

3) With any available wood light a fire out-of-doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

4) Be able to:

a) stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) deal with burns and scalds, including treatment to guard against shock.

c) put on an arm sling and bandage an injured ankle.

5) Be able to hold the interest of a small child for twenty minutes, using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.

Each member of the Patrol is to be involved.

6) Using four different methods send a message a total distance of 2km.

7) Set a map and use it to follow a route of at least 3.22 km (2 miles).

8) Throw an unweighted rope to reach a person 10m away.

1995 Guide Badge Book - Emergency Team pennant


Train to be an Emergency Team.  At the test be able to deal sensibly, quickly and calmly with two emergencies chosen by the tester, one of which will be based on clauses 1 and 2.

1) a) Using a manikin or mask, demonstrate artificial ventilation by the mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose method.  Show how to place the patient in the recovery position in case he or she should vomit.

b) Know when and how to use artificial ventilation and external chest compression, e.g. drowning, electrical accidents or smoke-filled rooms.

2) Know the signs and symptoms you would look for in the case of a fractured spine.  Understand the danger of moving or handling a patient when the extent of the injury is not known.

3) With any available wood light a fire out-of-doors, and in not more than half an hour make a hot drink for four people.

4) Be able to:

a) stop severe bleeding with a pad and bandage.

b) deal with burns and scalds, including treatment to guard against shock.

c) put on an arm sling and bandage an injured ankle.

5) Be able to hold the interest of a small child for twenty minutes, using paper folding, string games, improvised puppets, etc.

Each member of the Patrol is to be involved.

6) Using four different methods send a message a total distance of 2km.

7) Set a map and use it to follow a route of at least 3.22 km (2 miles).

8) Throw an unweighted rope to reach a person 10m away.

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