Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1918 POR - First Aider Badge


Must hold the Ambulance Badge.

Know the bones, arteries and principal veins by their Latin names.

Know the position of the principal organs.

Elementary knowledge of the Digestive, Lymphatic, Nervous and Respiratory systems.

Know the evils attendant on an excessive use of alcohol.

Know the symptoms and differentiate between Concussion, Compression and Alcoholic Poisoning.

Know symptoms and treatment of poisoning by Corrosive Acids and Alkalies, Non-corrosive Irritants, Narcotics, Convulsants, etc.

Know signs and treatment of Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Sunstroke, Convulsions on Children, Asphyxia and Shock from Electricity or Lightning.

Be able to instruct in Triangular Bandaging, giving reasons for method employed, and to take a squad of six bearers in stretcher drill.

1921 POR - First Aider Badge


Know names and positions of principal bones, arteries and veins.

Know the positions of the principal organs.

Elementary knowledge of the digestive, Lymphatic, Nervous and Respiratory systems.

Know the evils attendant on an excessive use of alcohol.

Know the symptoms and differentiate between Concussion, Compression and Alcoholic Poisoning.

Know symptoms and treatment of poisoning by Corrosive Acids and Alkalies, Non0Corrosive Irritants, Narcotics, Convulsants, etc.

Know signs and treatment of Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Sunstroke, Convulsions in children, Asphyxia and Shock from Electricity or Lightning.

Be able to instruct in Triangular Bandaging giving reasons for methods employed, and to take a squad of six bearers in stretcher drill.

Diagnose fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains, and know method of treatment.

Improvise splints and the padding of splints.  Bind fractured limb.

Understand the circulation of the blood.  Show position of the seam arteries.  Know the difference between arterial, venous and capillary bleeding, and methods of stopping each.

Know how to treat any of the following: choking, burns, scalds, cuts, bites, stings, blisters, grit in the eye.

1924 POR - First Aider


Know names and positions of principal bones, arteries and veins.

Know the positions of the principal organs.

Elementary knowledge of the digestive, Lymphatic, Nervous and Respiratory systems.

Know the evils attendant on an excessive use of alcohol.

Know the symptoms and differentiate between Concussion, Compression and Alcoholic Poisoning.

Know symptoms and treatment of poisoning by Corrosive Acids and Alkalies, Non0Corrosive Irritants, Narcotics, Convulsants, etc.

Know signs and treatment of Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Sunstroke, Convulsions in children, Asphyxia and Shock from Electricity or Lightning.

Be able to instruct in Triangular Bandaging giving reasons for methods employed, and to take a squad of six bearers in stretcher drill.

Diagnose fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains, and know method of treatment.

Improvise splints and the padding of splints.  Bind fractured limb.

Understand the circulation of the blood.  Show position of the seam arteries.  Know the difference between arterial, venous and capillary bleeding, and methods of stopping each.

Know how to treat any of the following: choking, burns, scalds, cuts, bites, stings, blisters, grit in the eye.

1930 POR - First Aider Badge


Know names and positions of principal bones, arteries and veins.

Know the positions of the principal organs.

Elementary knowledge of the digestive, lymphatic, nervous and respiratory systems.

Know evils attendant on an excessive use of alcohol.

Know the symptoms and differentiate between Concussion, Compression and Alcoholic Poisoning.

Know symptoms and treatment of poisoning by Corrosive Acids and Alkalies, Non-Corrosive Irritants, Narcotics, Convulsants, etc.

Know signs and treatment of Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Sunstroke, Convulsions in children, Asphyxia and Shock from Electricity or Lightning.

Be able to instruct in Triangular Bandaging giving reasons for methods employed, and to take a squad of six bearers in stretcher drill.

Diagnose fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains, and know method of treatment.

Improvise splints and the padding of splints.  Bind fractured limb.

Understand the circulation of the blood.  Show position of the seam arteries.  Know the difference between arterial, venous and capillary bleeding, and methods of stopping each.

Know how to treat any of the following: choking, burns, scalds, cuts, bites, stings, blisters, grit in the eye.

1931 POR - First Aider Badge


Know names and positions of principal bones, arteries and veins.

Know the positions of the principal organs.

Elementary knowledge of the digestive, lymphatic, nervous and respiratory systems.

Know evils attendant on an excessive use of alcohol.

Know the symptoms and differentiate between Concussion, Compression and Alcoholic Poisoning.

Know symptoms and treatment of poisoning by Corrosive Acids and Alkalies, Non-Corrosive Irritants, Narcotics, Convulsants, etc.

Know signs and treatment of Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Sunstroke, Convulsions in children, Asphyxia and Shock from Electricity or Lightning.

Be able to instruct in Triangular Bandaging giving reasons for methods employed, and to take a squad of six bearers in stretcher drill.

Diagnose fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains, and know method of treatment.

Improvise splints and the padding of splints.  Bind fractured limb.

Understand the circulation of the blood.  Show position of the seam arteries.  Know the difference between arterial, venous and capillary bleeding, and methods of stopping each.

Know how to treat any of the following: choking, burns, scalds, cuts, bites, stings, blisters, grit in the eye.

1932 POR - First Aider Badge


Know names and positions of principal bones, arteries and veins.

Know the positions of the principal organs.

Elementary knowledge of the digestive, lymphatic, nervous and respiratory systems.

Know evils attendant on an excessive use of alcohol.

Know the symptoms and differentiate between Concussion, Compression and Alcoholic Poisoning.

Know symptoms and treatment of poisoning by Corrosive Acids and Alkalies, Non-Corrosive Irritants, Narcotics, Convulsants, etc.

Know signs and treatment of Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Sunstroke, Convulsions in children, Asphyxia and Shock from Electricity or Lightning.

Be able to instruct in Triangular Bandaging giving reasons for methods employed, and to take a squad of six bearers in stretcher drill.

Diagnose fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains, and know method of treatment.

Improvise splints and the padding of splints.  Bind fractured limb.  Understand the circulation of the blood.  Show position of the seam arteries.  Know the difference between arterial, venous and capillary bleeding, and methods of stopping each.

Know how to treat any of the following: choking, burns, scalds, cuts, bites, stings, blisters, grit in the eye.

1935 POR - First Aider Badge


This badge will be awarded to Rangers gaining the following certificate: 

a) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the British Red Cross Society;

or

b) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the St. John Ambulance Association.

or

c) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the St. Andrew Ambulance Association.

1938 POR - First Aider Badge


This badge will be awarded to Rangers gaining the following certificate: 

1) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the British Red Cross Society;

or

2) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the St. John Ambulance Association.

or

3) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the St. Andrew Ambulance Association.

or

4) The London County Council Certificate in First Aid (Senior).

Instructions and examinations for all courses should be conducted only in accordance with the rules of the Ambulance association concerned, who should be consulted in every case.

1938 Edition - Sea Sense (Sea Ranger Handbook) - this badge is available embroidered in blue, for Sea Rangers.

1939 POR - First Aider Badge


This badge will be awarded to Rangers gaining the following certificate: 

1) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the British Red Cross Society;

or

2) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the St. John Ambulance Association.

or

3) The Adult First Aid Certificate of the St. Andrew Ambulance Association.

or

4) The London County Council Certificate in First Aid (Senior).

Instructions and examinations for all courses should be conducted only in accordance with the rules of the Ambulance association concerned, who should be consulted in every case.

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