Adult Awards - Knots - bsa adult leader knots

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Scouting's Knots bsa adult leader knots


Scouts and Scouters that earned the awards before they were discontinued may still wear the awards and/or knots on their uniforms. Den Leader's Training Award - One year of tenure and be reproduced and used locally by Scouting volunteers for training purposes consistent with the programs of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), the World.

Guide to all BSA leadership and training award square knots. This page helps you identify the knot, determine how it is awarded, and gives you links where you download an application or nomination form.

These awards are worn on the Scouting uniform in place of the plaque or large pendant that they represent. Generally, the knot awards are worn by adult leaders. But there are a few that may be worn by youth members. Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts may wear the Universal Religious Emblem and the lifesaving and Meritorious Award knots.

After five years of registered service in the Boy Scouts of America, an adult may, upon application, receive the designation of “Veteran.” There are additional veteran awards for every five years. Applications are submitted to the local council service center.