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1 BB’s No.2 Section Award System Inspiring and recognising young people’s achievements & progress in all areas of life

2 Introduction The Award System encourages young people to pursue interests and experiences that will broaden their perspectives and abilities, as well as reward them for their efforts and progress. Intentionally all areas of life are covered by the broad categories of the awards, so as to recognise their learning and emphasise God’s desire to be involved with all aspects of each individual’s life.

3 Three main categories of Awards ACTIVITY AWARDS SPECIAL AWARDS SERVICE AWARDS

4 Click on an award to find out more Left arm Right arm PFC Award

5 Anchor Boy & No. 1 Section Service Minimum Age for level 1: BB12 Requirements: Active membership in relevant Section and transferred to the next. Available levels: For No. 1 Section - the colour obtained corresponds to the highest achievement badge earned in No. 1. Required for Queen’s: Optional.

6 Six Month Service Minimum Age for award: Any Requirements: Good conduct for at least six months; and basic BB Knowledge (Object, founding, uniform, Company structure). Available levels: Only one may be earned. Required for Queen’s: Yes.

7 One Year Service - Bronze & Silver Minimum Age for level 1: Any Requirements: Minimum 90% attendance of Parade nights (+90% attendance at some form of Christian instruction for Silver Award) for a year. Available levels: One a year. Required for Queen’s: 3 Silver One Year service.

8 Long Year Service Minimum Age for level 1: 16 Requirements: Good conduct for at least 4.5 sessions. Available levels: If maintained membership from Anchor Boys - a Blue felt may be worn. If joined in No. 1 Section, a red felt may be worn. Required for Queen’s: Optional. No1 - Red Backing AB - Blue Backing

9 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Scripture Knowledge Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: 3 Months study on the Bible and its application and demonstrate application of knowledge gained. Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: 3 levels.

10 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Community Service Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: Training and practical service over a required period of time. A report must be submitted detailing duties or the organisation worked with.period of time Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: 3 levels.

11 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Community Service Minimum Hours: Level 1- 9 hours Level hours Level hours Level hours Level hours At level 3, the form of service must be approved by the relevant State Director before commencement of service, and the report submitted through the Captain to be state assessed.

12 Citizenship Minimum Age for level 1: 15 Requirements: At least one month exploration of each of the following areas: a)Interpersonal communications and relationships; b)Family/ Personal/ Sexual/ Social Issues; &Family/ Personal/ Sexual/ Social Issues c)Practical lifeskills.Practical lifeskills Available levels: 4 Required for Queen’s: 2 levels. L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing

13 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing Family/ Personal/ Sexual/ Social Issues Adoption, Divorce, Marriage, Conflict resolution, Constructively breaking off relationships, Surviving Depression, Sexuality, Peer influence, Suicide, etc. Practical lifeskills Banking, Government, Insurance, Car ownership, Home ownership, the Law. Citizenship

14 Skills Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: Practical skill developed over a required period of time.Practical skill Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: At least 4 with Hobbies badge. Hobbies L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing

15 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Examples of activities: Art, Carving, Computers, Cooking, Creative writing, Debating, Magazine production, Metalwork, Photography, Woodwork, etc. Duration: Level 1& 2- 9 weeks Level 3& weeks Level weeks Skills

16 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Hobbies Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: A hobby developed over a required period of time.hobby Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: At least 4 with Skills badge. Skills

17 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Examples of activities: Astronomy, Bird watching, Chess, Collecting, Gardening, Geology, Musical instrument playing, Model building, Reading, Video production, etc. Duration: Level 1& 2- 9 weeks Level 3& weeks Level weeks Hobbies

18 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Environmentalist Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: Exploration and outdoor activity exerted over a required period of time. A report on an environmental subject also to be submitted. outdoor activity Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: At least 4 with Expedition badge. Expedition

19 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Examples of activities: Hiking, canoeing, cycling, etc. Hours requirements: Separate Events Method; or Continuous hours method. Separate Events Method; or Continuous hours method. Environmentalist

20 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Expedition Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: Challenging outdoor activity exerted over a required period of time. Assessment of safe bush craft also is required.outdoor activity Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: At least 4 with Environmentalist badge. Environmentalist

21 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Examples of activities: Abseiling, Canyoning, Caving, Rock climbing, Sailing, White water canoeing, etc. Hours requirements: Separate Events Method; or Continuous hours method. Separate Events Method; or Continuous hours method. Expedition

22 Separate Events Requirements: Level 1- 1 day (4hrs effort) Level 2- 2 Days(8hrs effort), 1 night Level 3- 2 Days(12hrs effort), 1 night Level 4- 3 Days(21hrs effort), 2 nghts Level 5- 4 Days(32hrs effort), 3 nghts At each level, 2 events are to be undertaken. Continuous method: Level 1- 8 hrs (at least 2 days) Level hrs (at least 4 days) Level hrs (at least 4 days) Level hrs (at least 6 days) Level hrs (at least 8 days) Environmentalist / Expedition

23 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: An individual sport undertaken and developed over a required period of time. Also requires demonstrated knowledge of rules, safety aspects, nutrition, & avoidance of drugs.individual sport Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: At least 4 with Sportsman badge. Sportsman Physical

24 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Physical Examples of individual sport: Athletics, Aerobics, Gymnastics, Swimming, Surfing, Sailboarding, Triathalon, Weight Training, etc. Hours: Level hours over 8 weeks Level hours over 8 weeks Level hours over 8 weeks Level hours over 10 weeks Level hours over 12 weeks

25 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Sportsman Minimum Age for level 1: 12 Requirements: A team sport undertaken and developed over a required period of time. Also requires demonstrated knowledge of rules, safety aspects, nutrition, & avoidance of drugs.team sport Available levels: 5 Required for Queen’s: At least 4 with Physical badge. Physical

26 L1 - the Badge L2 - Red Backing L3 - Blue Backing L4 - White backing L5 - Gold backing Sportsman Examples of team sports: Australian Rules Football, Basketball, Cricket, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Soccer, Volleyball, etc. Hours: Level hours over 8 weeks Level hours over 8 weeks Level hours over 8 weeks Level hours over 10 weeks Level hours over 12 weeks

27 BB Knowledge Badge Minimum Age for this badge: 16 Requirements: Drill instructing, Project on an practical aspect of BB, and interview with State Officers. Available levels: Only 1. Certificates can be gained for BB Knowledge leading up to the badge.Certificates Required for Queen’s: Yes.

28 BB Knowledge Certificates BBK Preliminary Certificate Requirements: 6mths Service Award; knowledge of The Object, Motto and its origin, BB origins and history from the Boy’s Handbook, Drill Definitions & carry out all movements of Elementary Drill with practical ability as a member of a Drill Squad BBK Certificate Requirements: Preliminary Cert, knowledge of The Object, BB origins and history in Australia, BB State and National organisation, Squad Drill Theory, & carry out all movements of Squad Drill and capable to act as a Guide in Squad Drill. Required for Queen’s: Optional. BBK Preliminary certificate min age: 13BB BBK Certificate min age: 14BB

29 Leadership Courses Introductory Leadership [Weekend] Introductory Leadership [Weekend] Minimum Age: 14BB Age Squad Leadership [Weekend] Squad Leadership [Weekend] Minimum Age: 15BB Age Company Leadership [Weekend] Company Leadership [Weekend] Minimum Age: 16BB Age Stage 1: Team Leadership [Weeklong] Stage 1: Team Leadership [Weeklong] Minimum Age: 15 Years St2: Personal Development [Weeklong] St2: Personal Development [Weeklong] Pre-requisite: Team Leadership The Braids 1 weekend - Red 2 Weekends - Blue 3 Weekends - Green >5 nights - White >12 nights - Gold

30 Duke of Edinburgh Awards BronzeSilverGold Service 15 hrs over 3mths 30 hrs over 6mths 60hrs over 12mths Skills 6 months12 mths (6mths if already have bronze) 18 mths (12 if already have silver) Adventure 2 events: 2 days (1 nght) 12 hours effort 2 events: 3 days (2 nght) 21 hours effort 2 events: 4 days (3 nght) 32 hours effort Physical 20 hrs over 8 weeks 30 hrs over 10 weeks 40 hrs over 12 weeks Residential Not needed 5 consecutive days (4 nghts) Bronze min age: 14 years Silver min age: 15 years Gold min age: 16 years

31 L1 - the Badge Previous Silv - White backing Previous Gold - Gold backing Minimum Age for badge: 12 Requirements: Only available to someone who attends a Pan-Australian Camp and achieves the requirements set for that camp for the award - either at Silver or Gold standard. Available Levels: Only one Pentapac badge may be worn. If a second award is gained, a back cloth is worn to signify the second award gained, white for Silver or gold for Gold, behind the badge first gained. Required for Queen’s: Optional Pentapac

32 PFC Award: Blue Lanyard Minimum Age for award: 14 Requirements: –1 One Year Silver Service; –At least one weekend leadership braid;leadership –2 levels for Community Service & Scripture Knowledge; –at least 3 levels from each of the Skills group, the Outdoor Adventure group, & the Physical group; –5 other levels in an Activity area (excluding the BB Knowledge Awards); –Captain’s approval. Private First Class

33 Minimum Age for award: 16 Requirements: –3 One Year Silver Service; –Green or White leadership braid;leadership –the BB Knowledge Badge; –3 levels for Community Service & Scripture Knowledge; –2 levels for Citizenship; –at least 4 levels from each of the Skills group, the Outdoor Adventure group, & the Physical group; –5 other levels in an Activity area; –Captain’s approval. The Queen’s Badge

34 THE BRIGADE CROSS FOR HEROISM will be worn on the left breast, to the left of any other medal. THE ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY MEDAL will be worn on the right breast. BRIGADE NAME BADGE when issued to a Boy it will be worn on the left pocket flap positioned centrally with the top edge of the badge in line with the top of the flap. UNAUTHORISED BADGES OR BUTTONS are not to be worn on parade. Boys’ Brigade Award badges are not to be worn other than at Brigade activities. Special medals & badges

35 Awards Progress Chart Page 25 in No. 2 Section Boy’s Handbook. Page 9 in No. 2 Section Award System Manual.

36 Credits Press the Escape key to end this show. © 2003 brigadeaustralia.org © 2003 brigadeaustralia.org Source material: 2000 Edition of BBA No. 2 Section Award System Manual


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