Camping Skills Stage 9
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Camping Skills - Stage 9 Competencies & Requirements
- I can source amenities and local places of interest for various camp types.
- Scouts can demonstrate a capability to seek information by a number of sources.
- Before the camp, Scouts can research information on the local shops, places to eat, hospital, religious services, etc. that other Scouts can be availed of on camp.
- Scouts can conduct research into what in the locality of the campsite is of historical, artistic or geographical interest.
- I can budget, prepare and manage every aspect of a camping expedition.
- Scouts can demonstrate how to prepare a budget and manage that budget over a camping activity to achieve a break-even situation.
- Scouts can run or assist in preparing and managing at least three camping adventures.
- I have acted as the outing leader on at least two camping expeditions.
- Scouts have led at least two camping expeditions, which are to be at least four days long.
- I can plan and execute camping expeditions in all types of locations and regions, including internationally.
- Scouts can run, in conjunction with others, successful camps and expeditions no matter the factors impinging on possible success or failure.
- Scouts can plan at least one camping expedition in a far-away part of Canada or internationally.
- I am able to source local training required for the specific camp or activity.
- Scouts can locate appropriate training providers to gain the necessary knowledge to safely participate or carry out an activity.
- I have spent 42 nights on various types of camps.
- Scouts have spent at least six nights camping while completing this stage.