1. Participate in an adventure journey in which at least 5 incidents involving survival techniques are used. It should take place preferably at night or in difficult conditions.
2. Prepare, and use, or show knowledge of, at least 5 of the following items:
|Emergency Bridging||Cold/ Heat||Diet/ Energy|
|Expedition Planning||Fire by friction & Trees||Insects|
|Ropes in emergencies||Resusitation||River crossings|
|Shelters - Backwoods etc.||Rope Stretcher||Tools improvised|
|Water still||Shock treatment||Knot nets|
Survival versions of:
3. Be able to perform 3 of the following:
a. Carry injured persons by improvised methods
b. Improvise a stretcher
c. Understand limitations in moving casualties
4. Make a journey with other Scouts of at least 15km in difficult country. This journey should be made without equipment other than light survival packs. It should take place over at least 2 days and 1 night as an escape-style exercise where Scouters, etc., are attempting to locate the Seniors.
N.B. – All hikes to be checked by person Holding a B-PSA Safety on the Hills Certificate.