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Knot Awards

Youth Achievement
Arrow of Light
Hornaday Award
Eagle Scout
Explorer Award
Quartermaster

Leadership Awards
Cub Scouter Award
Cubmaster Award
Den Leader Coach
Webelos Den Leader
Den Leader Award
Tiger Organizer
Scouter Training
Scouters Key
SM Award of Merit
Sea Badge
Professional Training
 

Religious
Emblems
Youth
Adult

 
Bravery Awards

Honor Medal
Heroism Award
Medal of Merit
  

Honor  Awards

George Meany
Whitney Young Jr.
Wm. H. Spurgeon
O.A.  Service Award
Commissioner
        Arrowhead Honor

Commissioner Svc.
District Merit
Silver Beaver
Silver Antelope
Silver Buffalo
Silver World
James E. West
Daniel Carter Beard

 


 

Requirements


The Professional Training Award may be earned by:

  • Associate District Executives
  • District Executives
  • Senior District Executives
  • Exploring Executives
  • Senior Exploring Executives
  • District Directors, and
  • Field Directors with supervisory responsibities.
To earn the award, Professional staff Scouters must:
  • Complete or participate in five of eight training or coaching programs (including Wood Badge, Exploring Advanced Seminar, and National Camping School)
  • Successfully attend all three sessions of the Professional Executive Institute (PEI)
  • Meet all critical achievements in his or her District/Division/Council for two of the three years.
PROFESSIONAL CIRCLE AWARD

This award may be earned by completing all eight coaching or training programs, meeting of all critical achievements within all three years, and the completion of a research paper to be submitted to the National Executive Training Center for approval. Holders of this award may wear the small Universal/Troop pin at the center of the knot.

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