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==Awards to add==
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see http://usscouts.org/awards.asp
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See http://usscouts.org/awards.asp, then knot detail... We need to include that full list. <small>&mdash;Preceding [[Template:Unsigned|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Scouterdennis|Scouterdennis]] ([[User talk:Scouterdennis|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Scouterdennis|contribs]]) October 26, 2008. '''(Please, [[Help:Signatures|sign and date your posts]] on talk pages.)'''</small>
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==PTC Knot==
Need to include the Philmont Training Center Master's Knot (see USSP) http://usscouts.org/awards/Philmont.asp
Need to include the Philmont Training Center Master's Knot (see USSP) http://usscouts.org/awards/Philmont.asp
This is a three track program. When a Scouter has Completed the the first and second tracks, the Scouter would earn the square knot. By completing thing third track the Scouter would earn a PTC square knot device.
This is a three track program. When a Scouter has Completed the the first and second tracks, the Scouter would earn the square knot. By completing thing third track the Scouter would earn a PTC square knot device.
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First Track:
 
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Attend Philmont Training Center (PTC) as a participant.
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===Requirements===
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Second track:
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:Attend Philmont Training Center (PTC) as a participant.
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1. Take an additional Course at PTC.
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2. Recruit 3 people to attend a PTC course.
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:1. Take an additional Course at PTC.
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3. Teach a BSA course in your district, council, area or region.
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:2. Recruit 3 people to attend a PTC course.
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Course and participation in the course must be approved by the council or area chair prior to the course.
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:3. Teach a BSA course in your district, council, area or region.
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:Note: Course and participation in the course must be approved by the council or area chair prior to the course.
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1. Serve as a faculty member at PTC or attend a third time as a participant.
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:1. Serve as a faculty member at PTC or attend a third time as a participant.
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2. Recruit 3 people to attend a PTC course.
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:2. Recruit 3 people to attend a PTC course.
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3. Do one of the following:
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1. Coordinate a council, area or regional cluster approved training event and coordinate and staff a promotional booth for the PTC at a council event.
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::1. Coordinate a council, area or regional cluster approved training event and coordinate and staff a promotional booth for the PTC at a council event.
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2. Conduct a council “Philmont Family Meeting” to share PTC information and encourage family participation.
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::2. Conduct a council “Philmont Family Meeting” to share PTC information and encourage family participation.
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3. Teach a training course in a foreign county- Coordinated and approved by the BSA international division.
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::3. Teach a training course in a foreign county- Coordinated and approved by the BSA international division.
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<small>&mdash;Preceding [[Template:Unsigned|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Knichol|Knichol]] ([[User talk:Knichol|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Knichol|contribs]]) July 29, 2009. '''(Please, [[Help:Signatures|sign and date your posts]] on talk pages.)'''</small>
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There is also a BSA approved knot for participating in the speakers bank of a Council
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==Speakers Bank Knot==
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There is also a BSA approved knot for participating in the speakers bank of a Council <small>&mdash;Preceding [[Template:Unsigned|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Flaxin|Flaxin]] ([[User talk:Flaxin|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Flaxin|contribs]]) December 20, 2010. '''(Please, [[Help:Signatures|sign and date your posts]] on talk pages.)'''</small>

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Awards to add

See http://usscouts.org/awards.asp, then knot detail... We need to include that full list. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Scouterdennis (talkcontribs) October 26, 2008. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

PTC Knot

Need to include the Philmont Training Center Master's Knot (see USSP) http://usscouts.org/awards/Philmont.asp

This is a three track program. When a Scouter has Completed the the first and second tracks, the Scouter would earn the square knot. By completing thing third track the Scouter would earn a PTC square knot device.

Requirements

First Track
Attend Philmont Training Center (PTC) as a participant.
Second track
1. Take an additional Course at PTC.
2. Recruit 3 people to attend a PTC course.
3. Teach a BSA course in your district, council, area or region.
Note: Course and participation in the course must be approved by the council or area chair prior to the course.
Third Track
1. Serve as a faculty member at PTC or attend a third time as a participant.
2. Recruit 3 people to attend a PTC course.
3. Do one of the following:
1. Coordinate a council, area or regional cluster approved training event and coordinate and staff a promotional booth for the PTC at a council event.
2. Conduct a council “Philmont Family Meeting” to share PTC information and encourage family participation.
3. Teach a training course in a foreign county- Coordinated and approved by the BSA international division.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by Knichol (talkcontribs) July 29, 2009. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

Speakers Bank Knot

There is also a BSA approved knot for participating in the speakers bank of a Council —Preceding unsigned comment added by Flaxin (talkcontribs) December 20, 2010. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

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