Program Mapping
Scouting Ireland

This program mapping shows how actions, advancement and activities in the Scouting Ireland program can be applied to the LDS Church Children and Youth program and vice versa. These are recommendations only and should not be considered either authoritative or complete. The new church program is open ended and family driven. This means that a family or youth could choose to complete parts of the program using scouting. The advantage here is that scouting provides activities which are age appropriate and well defined with can help youth and families in developing a program best suited for their own needs and the age of the youth.

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Scouting Ireland Children and Youth
Discovery AwardDiscovery Award
Section One - Yourself. Educational, Spiritual
Section Two - Patrol and Troop. Educational, Social
Section Three - Citizenship. Educational, Social
Section Three - Skills. Educational, Physical, Social (See Skills Badges)
Terra Nova AwardTerra Nova Award
Section One - Yourself. Educational, Spiritual, Social
Section Two - Patrol and Troop. Educational, Social
Section Three - Citizenship. Educational, Social, Service (Section 3.3)
Section Three - Skills. Educational, Physical, Social (See Skills Badges)
Endurance AwardEndurance Award
Section One - Yourself. Spiritual, Social, Educational
Section Two - Patrol and Troop. Educational, Social
Section Three - Citizenship. Educational, Social, Service (Section 3.3)
Section Three - Skills. Educational, Physical, Social (See Skills Badges)
Polar AwardPolar Award
Section One - Yourself. Spiritual, Social, Educational
Section Two - Patrol and Troop. Educational, Social
Section Three - Citizenship. Educational, Social, Service (Section 3.3)
Section Three - Skills. Educational, Physical, Social (See Skills Badges)
Scout Chief Scout AwardScout Chief Scout Award
The Scout Chief Scout Award is the highest honour a scout can obtain in Scouting Ireland. A scout must be 14 years old before commencing work on this award. Working on this award would cover all four of the Children and Youth goal areas. Spiritual, Social, Educational, Physical

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