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# I have led a winter campfire.  
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# I have led a winter campfire. <noinclude>
#* Scouts can lead a winter campfire, and describe the hazards of the activity (especially for younger Scouts) and how they can be addressed.
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#* Scouts can lead a winter campfire, and describe the hazards of the activity (especially for younger Scouts) and how they can be addressed. </noinclude>
# I have led a mobile winter expedition of three to five days.
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# I have led a mobile winter expedition of three to five days. <noinclude>
#* As the leader of an extended winter expedition, Scouts can demonstrate the skills required to ensure the safety and comfort of the expedition members (using [[Plan-Do-Review]]).
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#* As the leader of an extended winter expedition, Scouts can demonstrate the skills required to ensure the safety and comfort of the expedition members (using [[Plan-Do-Review]]). </noinclude>
# I have slept outside at least 20 nights (including nights from previous levels) in winter conditions.
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# I have slept outside at least 20 nights (including nights from previous levels) in winter conditions. <noinclude>
#* Through the course of all stages, Scouts have slept in cabins, tents and temporary shelters for at least 20 nights.
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#* Through the course of all stages, Scouts have slept in cabins, tents and temporary shelters for at least 20 nights. </noinclude>

Latest revision as of 14:15, 8 December 2017

Winter Skills - Stage 9 Competencies & Requirements

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  1. I have led a winter campfire.
    • Scouts can lead a winter campfire, and describe the hazards of the activity (especially for younger Scouts) and how they can be addressed.
  2. I have led a mobile winter expedition of three to five days.
    • As the leader of an extended winter expedition, Scouts can demonstrate the skills required to ensure the safety and comfort of the expedition members (using Plan-Do-Review).
  3. I have slept outside at least 20 nights (including nights from previous levels) in winter conditions.
    • Through the course of all stages, Scouts have slept in cabins, tents and temporary shelters for at least 20 nights.