Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1932 POR - Surveyor Badge


Map correctly, from the country itself, the main features of three-quarters of a mile of road with 200 yards each side, to a scale of 2 ft. to the mile.  Afterwards re-draw the same from memory.

Measure the heights of a tree, telegraph pole and church steeple, describing method employed.

Measure width of river and distance apart of two objects a known distance away and unapproachable.

Be able to measure a gradient.

Understand what is meant by H.E., V.I., and Contours, conventional signs of ordnance surveys, scales and the R.F.

1935 POR - Surveyor Badge


Map correctly, from the country itself, the main features of three-quarters of a mile of road with 200 yards each side, to a scale of 2 ft. to the mile.  Afterwards re-draw the same from memory.

Measure the heights of a tree, telegraph pole and church steeple, describing method employed.

Measure width of river and distance apart of two objects a known distance away and unapproachable.

Be able to measure a gradient.

Understand what is meant by H.E., V.I., and Contours, conventional signs of ordnance surveys, scales and the R.F.

1938 POR - Surveyor Badge


Map correctly, from the country itself, the main features of three-quarters of a mile of road with 200 yards each side, to a scale of 2 ft. to the mile.  Afterwards re-draw the same from memory.

Measure the heights of a tree, telegraph pole and church steeple, describing method employed.

Measure width of river and distance apart of two objects a known distance away and unapproachable.

Be able to measure a gradient.

Understand what is meant by H.E., V.I., and Contours, conventional signs of ordnance surveys, scales and the R.F.

1939 POR - Surveyor Badge


1) Map correctly, from the country itself, the main features of three-quarters of a mile of road with 200 yards each side, to a scale of 2 ft. to the mile.  Afterwards re-draw the same from memory.

2) Measure the heights of a tree, telegraph pole and church steeple, describing method employed.

3) Measure width of river and distance apart of two objects a known distance away and unapproachable.

4) Measure a gradient.

5) Understand what is meant by H.E., V.I., and Contours, conventional signs of ordnance surveys, scales and the R.F.

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