Outdoor Leadership Adv. (R-27)
requirements for the Advanced Outdoor Leadership Honor are as
Skill Level 3
- Have the Outdoor Leadership Honor.
- Earn three honors from the Wilderness Master Award.
- Have the First Aid and CPR Honors, which must be earned or
retaken within two years of receiving the Outdoor Leadership
Honor. In addition to these honors know the prevention and
symptoms of, and first aid treatment for the following:
- Venomous snake bite
- Heat and sun stroke
- Heat exhaustion
- Poison ivy and poison oak reaction
- Open wound infection
- Altitude sickness
- Prepare outlines and present seven different worships to be
shared during a camping experience. Utilize scriptural texts and
principals, and illustrate these with examples available during
the camping experience.
- Outline a personal testimony that could be used to start a
friendship between a person and Christ. The testimony could
include how Jesus became your personal Savior, a miracle that
has happened in your life, etc. Present this testimony to a
group of youth in an outdoor setting.
- Know how to control the panic of somone who is lost.
- Develop a search and rescue plan for a specific location, 50
acres or more, in your area. This plan should utilize at least
ten individuals, and you should coordinate each one's activity
and search zone. List specific equipment that might be needed
for communication, first aid, and victim transport appropriate
for the chosen location.
- Outline your philosophy for wilderness etiquette. Participate
in one to three hours of a wilderness conservation project.
- Teach at least one honor found in the Wilderness Master group.
- Know at least four objectives for outdoor leadership in each
of the following categories:
- Know the difference between juniors (10-12 years old) and
teens (13-15 years old) in the following areas:
- Have seven of the following honors. Any of the honors earned
more than two years ago should be restudied so that you can
answer any of the knowledge questions included in the honor.
- Animal Tracking
- Edible Wild Plants
- Marine Invertebrates
- Rocks and Minerals
- Plan, organize, and carry out one of the following for one
weekend with a group of not less than five:
- Outdoor spiritual retreat
- Canoe trip
- Bicycle trip
- Horseback trip
- Backpack trip