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- Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:58 pm
- Forum: Youth Leadership Development
- Topic: "Youth-led"
- Replies: 4
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Yah, it's a really tough balance. Our troop has been focusing on skills training, and we have looked at the list of skills with the troop and have asked them which skills they want to work on the most, and try to guide them on the skills. So with winter skills coming up we are asking the scouts whic...
In my kit (All in a fanny pack I wear all the time on outings). 1) Mini first aid kit, with bandages, gauze pads, surgical tape, saftey pins, ointment, tick remover, booklet. 2) Pocket knife 3) Fire steel and fire starter (cotton balls+vaseline in ziplock bag). 4) Orange garbage bag 5) Emergency bla...
Perhaps this is what they have in mind (See page 5)? http://scouts.org.uk/media/612690/Victorinox-Survival-Skills-Resource-Pack-Hygiene_FINAL.pdf This is the sort of thing I would appreciate a better guide from Scouts Canada. A decent book illustrating all these skills they list would be so useful.