How to earn your badge
To achieve this badge you need to choose from Options 3 or 4, then complete all the tasks outlined under your chosen option. You should be aiming to work
towards this badge over a period of 6 to 12 months
Option 3: – Radio Communication
- Regularly take part in an
activity involving in a method of radio communication. You should use the
time to learn a variety of techniques and recording activity and develop
- Demonstrate a radio communication method to a group of young people.
- Talk about the rules or Codes of Practice for radio communication and how to use the equipment responsibly.
- Share your knowledge of radio communication alphabets and internationally recognised call signs and signals.
Option 4:- Electronics
- Regularly take part in an activity involving electronics. Use the time to learn a variety of
techniques and equipment and improve your skills.
- Show and explain your project work in electronics to a group of young people. You’re not expected
to play the role of an instructor and an appropriate adult should supervise your group.
- Discuss the safe working practices of electronics and how to use equipment responsibly.
- Demonstrate a detailed knowledge of circuits, components and the symbols used in electronics.
Only the requirements for core Radio Scouting activities have been included. The
Options 1, 2, and 5 cover the Meteorology, Mechanics, Astronomy requirements.
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