Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1930 POR - Scribe Badge


Understand proceedings of, and be able to chair, a committee.

Be able to keep minutes.  Draw out a balance sheet for publication.

Take part in a debate (as chairman, proposer, or opposer).

Introduce a speaker or propose a vote of thanks.

Be able to give in writing the gist of a speech you have heard.

1931 POR - Scribe Badge


Understand proceedings of, and be able to chair, a committee.

Be able to keep minutes.  Draw out a balance sheet for publication.

Take part in a debate (as chairman, proposer, or opposer).

Introduce a speaker or propose a vote of thanks.

Be able to give in writing the gist of a speech you have heard.

1932 POR - Scribe Badge


Understand proceedings of, and be able to chair, a committee.

Be able to keep minutes.  Draw out a balance sheet for publication.

Take part in a debate (as chairman, proposer, or opposer),.

Introduce a speaker or propose a vote of thanks.

Be able to give in writing the gist of a speech she has heard.

1935 POR - Scribe Badge


Understand proceedings of, and be able to chair, a committee.

Be able to keep minutes.  Draw up a simple balance sheet and profit and loss account, and be able to answer questions thereon.

Take part in a debate (as chairman, proposer, or opposer),.

Introduce a speaker or propose a vote of thanks.

Be able to give in writing the gist of a speech she has heard.

1938 POR - Scribe Badge


Understand proceedings of, and be able to chair, a committee.

Be able to keep minutes.  Draw up a simple balance sheet and profit and loss account, and be able to answer questions thereon.

Take part in a debate (as chairman, proposer, or opposer),.

Introduce a speaker or propose a vote of thanks.

Be able to give in writing the gist of a speech she has heard.

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

1939 POR - Secretary Badge


1) Understand proceedings of, and be able to chair, a committee.

2) Keep minutes.  Draw up a simple balance sheet and profit and loss account, and answer questions thereon.

3) Take part in a debate (as chairman, proposer, or opposer),

4) Introduce a speaker or propose a vote of thanks.

5) Give in writing the gist of a speech she has heard.

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