A Scout should be in their ﬁnal year in the section when they begin the Scout Chief Scout Award; however, they must be at least 14 to begin the Award.
- One Special Interest Badge from the “Skill” Area
- One Special Interest Badge in the “Physical” Area
- One Special Interest Badge from the “Community” Area
- One Special Interest Badge from the “Environment” Area
- Two Adventure Skills to Stage 4; one Adventure Skills to Stage 6
- Expedition: Walking 25 -35 km over 2 consecutive days and one night
- Residential/Intercultural: Shared activity with a group in a residential/camp setting for 4 days and 3 nights, must include an intercultural aspect and a community project
A minimum of 10 months duration.
Note: A Special Interest Badge for the Scout Chief Scout Award must involve at least an hour a week for 13 Weeks for Skill, Physical and Community. Also, an additional 13 weeks must be completed for one of these Badges. The Environment Special Interest Badge should involve a similar a time commitment to the other Badges but it can be spread over a shorter time.
Chief Scout Award (SI)
Chief Scout Award (CBSI)
The Chief Scout Award was the highest award a Scout could get. After working their way through the Pathfinder Award Scheme (The Tracker Award, Explorer Award, Star Scout Award and National Scout Award), Scouts took on a personal project. It is estimated that about only 1 in every 300 Scouts achieve the award.
|Eoin Kingston||1991||CBSI promotion posters|
|Brian Kenihan||1991||Architecture (Ideal Scout hall)|
- CSA Manual
- CSA Completion Sheet
- Special Interest Badges
- CSA Physical Record Sheet
- CSA Skill Record Sheet
- CSA Community Record Sheet
- CSA Environment Record Sheet