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How to use the spreadsheet

Go to File > Make a Copy

Save the spreadsheet to your own Google Drive
Update the status of your modules by changing the value to 1 for submitted and approved column
The miles in the Badges sheet will get automatically updated

DO NOT make any other alterations to the sheet including using the filter options

If you have any problems using the spreadsheet or if there are any discrepancies to the modules contact the NRC at nrc@rovers.sg

Modules accurate as of 14/09/2019
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Back to ScoutingSC1101Scout Badge Work3 months4Develop a series of programme to help another section complete their proficiency or campaign badge requirements.

This can include badges such as Total Defence badge, Crime Prevention badge, Civil Defence badge, Camper proficiency badge, Cook proficiency badge, etc.
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Back to ScoutingSC1102Be a Better Leader!1-4 Days4Attend a counselling/self-improvement course and gain a certificate to assist in your ability as a Scout/Rover leader.

The course should be at least 1 day (8 hours of activity)
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Back to ScoutingSC1103Scout Leadership Recognition1 Day4Provide exceptional service to a unit over a period of time to gain a service award. i.e Gallantry Awards, Distinguish Service Awards, Long Service Awards000
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Back to ScoutingSC1104Adults in Scouting2 Days4Be appointed as a Unit Leader in the Unit.

Review on how Adult Support within the Scout Method plays a key role towards the development of a Scout.

Prepare your own Job Description and Work Plan.
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Back to ScoutingSC1105Unit Involvement I3 Months4Assist in another section or organisation in the planning and/or execution of two events.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1106Plan and Prepare3 months4Plan and execute an activity of a Core Scouting skill for another section.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1201Understanding Project Rigel3 months4Participate in Project Rigel as a participant/ facilitator.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1301Istana Hospitality Team1 year4Serve on at least 3 occasions as the Istana Hospitality Team.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1302Crew Representation1 year4Complete 1 year as Crew Representative in the NRR with 75% attendance and active contribution.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1401Rovering in Singapore<1 Day2Read and understand the Singapore Rovers Constitution

Review on the importance of the Constitution towards Rovering in Singapore
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Back to ScoutingSC1402Singapore Scouting<1 Day2Read and understand the Singapore Scout Association Constitution

Review on the importance of the Constitution to Singapore Scouting
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Back to ScoutingSC1403Rocks I1 month2Read and understand 1 of the Rocks mentioned in Rovering to Success.

Review on the matters mentioned regarding the Rocks and the importance of understanding and overcoming them
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Back to ScoutingSC1404Squireship, Vigil, Investiture3-6 months4Undergo Squireship for a period of not less than 3 months.
Know the customs and procedures of an investiture and be part of a Rover investiture consisting of a vigil and investiture.

Be invested as a Rover Scout in an Investiture after Vigil.

Review on the first chapter of Rovering to Success (How to be Happy Through Rich - or Poor)
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Back to ScoutingSC1405Rocks II3 months4Read and understand 2 more of the Rocks other than the one covered in SC1403 mentioned in Rovering to Sucess.

Review on the matters mentioned regarding the Rocks and the importance of understanding and overcoming them.
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Back to ScoutingSC1406WOSM I - Youth Involvement2 Days4Read and understand WOSM's World Scout Youth Involvement Policy

Review on its relevance to Singapore Scouting
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Back to ScoutingSC1407WOSM II - Youth Programme2 Days4Read and understand the WOSM's World Youth Programme Policy

Review on its relevance to Singapore Scouting
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Back to ScoutingSC1408WOSM II - Scouting and Spiritual Development2 Days2Read and understand WOSM's Scouting and Spiritual Development document

Review on the relevance of spirituality in Scouting
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Back to ScoutingSC1409Rocks III6 months4Read and understand the remaining Rocks not covered in SC1403 & SC1405 mentioned in Rovering to Sucess.

Review on the importance in overcoming these 5 rocks as both a Rover and a young adult and how one can influence change to other youths/ young adult to overcome their own Rocks
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Back to ScoutingSC1410Rovering Symbolic Framework1 Day4Understand the Symbolic Framework and Educational Objectives of Rovering

Read and write a review on the Rovering in Singapore Paper and the triennial Rover Workplan.
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Back to ScoutingSC1411Leadership in the 21st Century2 days4Successfully complete the 21st CC Workshop organised by National Programme Council000
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Back to ScoutingSC1501What We're Up To<1 Day2Contribute 1 article to the Singapore Rovers Newsletter or Website.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1502Crew Involvement2 sessions4Assist in the planning of at least 2 crew activities.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1503Sponsoring a Squire3-6 months4Be a sponsor for a Rover Squire.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1504Beyond Borders2 Days4Understand Rovering in another country and review on the differences and lessons we can adopt from researched country.000
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Back to ScoutingSC1901Our Rover Journey<1 Day4Contribute to expansion of Rover Journey by proposing new modules through the Rover Portal.000
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Back to ScoutingSC2101Unit Involvement II1 year6Complete 1 year as a Unit Leader through active engagement of the section, i.e camps, weekly meetings, unit activities, to the satisfaction of Unit Development Leaders000
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Back to ScoutingSC2102Scout Camp3 months6Plan and execute a Scout Camp of minimum 3D2N i.e SLC, CSLTC, Unit Camp000
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Back to ScoutingSC2302Be a Mentor6 months6Be a mentor to a Scout of another section. Share with him your experiences and knowledge on Scouting and how he can apply it to his everyday life.000
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Back to ScoutingSC2401Back to Basics - Scouting for Boys6 months6Complete Scouting for Boys.

Review on how is it still applicable to 21st Century Scouting.
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Back to ScoutingSC2402The Scoutmaster's Book6 months6Complete reading the Aids to Scoutmastership

Review on how relevant BP's suggestions and teachings are still relevant and applicable to the youth members in the 21st Century
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Back to ScoutingSC2501Crew Chairperson1 year6Complete 1 year as Crew Chairperson

Crew Chairperson should engage crew in at least 4 crew level intiated events or activities per year to the satisfaction of the RSL or his/her designate
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Back to ScoutingSC3201Area/National Events6 months8Hold a key appointment within the main committee to plan Area/ National event attended by at least 100 participants

e.g Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Programme IC, Logistic IC
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Back to ScoutingSC3202Rover Affairs I - Rover Team6 months8Be part of a committee to plan
Singapore Rovers event attended by at least 25 participants

Prior approval necessary from
the NRC/NRAC.
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Back to ScoutingSC3203Initiating Project Rigel6 months8Be part of a team to organise and execute a special needs project (ie. Project Rigel, Project Antares)000If unsure whether your project qualifies, contact NRC
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Back to ScoutingSC4301Rover Affairs II - Area Rover Council2 years10Complete 2 years of service in the Area Rover Council.000
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Back to ScoutingSC4302Rover Affairs III - National Rover Council2 years10Complete 2 years of service in the National Rover Council.000
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Bonus MilesBM1101Bonus Events 1A
NA2Participate in an event/workshop/course which is not covered within the Rover Journey

The NRC will issue an announcement for miles accreditation prior to the event commencement
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Bonus MilesBM1102Bonus Events 1BNA2Participate in an event/workshop/course which is not covered within the Rover Journey

The NRC will issue an announcement for miles accreditation prior to the event commencement
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Bonus MilesBM1103Bonus Events 1CNA2Participate in an event/workshop/course which is not covered within the Rover Journey

The NRC will issue an announcement for miles accreditation prior to the event commencement
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Bonus MilesBM1104Bonus Events 1DNA2Participate in an event/workshop/course which is not covered within the Rover Journey

The NRC will issue an announcement for miles accreditation prior to the event commencement
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Back to ScoutingBM1105Bonus Events 2A
Rover Induction Camp
NA4BONUS EVENT
Attend the 2D1N National Rover Induction Camp Organised by the NRC
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Bonus MilesBM1106Bonus Events 2BNA4Participate in an event/workshop/course which is not covered within the Rover Journey

The NRC will issue an announcement for miles accreditation prior to the event commencement
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Bonus MilesBM1901Be Heard1 session2Complete half-yearly surveys by NRC.000
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Bonus MilesBM1902Roundtable Experience1 session2Attend 1 NRR as Observer.000
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Bonus MilesBM1903Rover Rendezvous1 year4Attend at least 3 Rover events in a year (National Level events).000
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Bonus MilesBM2101Bonus Events 3ANA6Participate in an event/workshop/course which is not covered within the Rover Journey

The NRC will issue an announcement for miles accreditation prior to the event commencement
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Bonus MilesBM2102Bonus Events 3BNA6Participate in an event/workshop/course which is not covered within the Rover Journey

The NRC will issue an announcement for miles accreditation prior to the event commencement
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Bonus MilesBM9001National Rover Council Nomination3 months0Submit 2 documents -
1. Nomination Form
2. Statement of motivation and picture of nominee in scout uniform (for social media post)
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Bonus MilesBM9999RJ Accreditation - Test Module1 session2Try out the system by submitting this module000
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FellowShipFE1101My Religion1 Day2Research further into your own religion.

Write a reflection piece on the principle beliefs, theology, and practices of your religion. Review on how culture and religion can be intertwined by comparing different practices among different cultures within the same religion
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FellowShipFE1102Diversity of Beliefs1 Day2Learn about a new religion other than your own

Review on the basic beliefs and practices of the religion and how it impacts you as a person living in a multireligious society
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FellowShipFE1103Sharing Religion1 Day4Understand another religion better, through direct engagement with another Scout or person of that faith.

Review on how it impacts you living in a multireligious society
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FellowShipFE1104Scouts' Own2 Days4Conduct a Scouts' Own for your crew or another section.

Review on the experience, reflecting on why spiritual development is important for a Scout
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FellowShipFE1105Spiritual Commitment1 Month4Within your own faith, commit 15 service hours to help your religious community.000
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FellowShipFE1201Toastmasters1 session2Participate in a toastmasters session.000
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FellowShipFE1202Network For Your Future<1 Day2Attend a career networking event.000
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FellowShipFE1203Night To Remember3 Days2Attend a minimum of 3 campfires.000
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FellowShipFE1204Makan<1 Day2Be a host to a family or a group of friends, inviting them to celebrate an occasion over food and entertainment. Rovers would have to prepare a homecooked meal prepared by him/herself for the guests.

e.g Birthday lunch, Hari Raya gatherings, Christmas dinners
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FellowShipFE1205Annual General Meeting<1 Day2Attend the Singapore Rovers Annual General Meeting.000
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FellowShipFE1206Befriend a New Citizen3 Months4Befriend a new citizen and help him/her understand and integrate into the local community.

Active engagement should be done for a minimum of 3 months.

Review on the experience of how you helped in the integration
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FellowShipFE1207Home away from home1 Month4Participate in a homestay programme, hosting a person from another country, organised by NRC or your school and write a review on your experience000
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FellowShipFE1208Be Aware1 Day4Research and review on the plight of the socially challenged members of the society eg. low-income families, disabled community, foreign workers, estranged elderly and explore how Scouts can help these communities000
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FellowShipFE1209Spread the Message1 Day4Conduct a sharing session for your crew/unit on the issues faced by the less-fortunate members of the society i.e low-income families, disabled community, foreign workers, estranged elderlies and how Scouts can help these communities000
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FellowShipFE1210Fellowship of Rovering3 Months4Organise an activity for your crew or another section based on the values of fellowship in Scouting and review on how this activity/event inculcates such values to the targeted group.

(You may refer to the NRC to approve the activity or project before conducting it)
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FellowShipFE1211Round the Campfire3 months4Hold a key appointment within the main committee to plan an invitational campfire lasting 2-4 hours

e.g Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Programme IC, Logistic IC
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FellowShipFE1212Gang Show3 months4Hold a key appointment within the main committee to plan an invitational gangshow lasting 2-4 hours

e.g Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Programme IC, Logistic IC
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FellowShipFE1301The World Around You1 Day2Pick 1 country from each continent and study on its history and culture, reflect on what you have learned000
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FellowShipFE1401Singapore Cultural Roots<1 Day2Go on a learning journey to anyone of cultural or civic districts (Kampong Glam, Chinatown, Little India, City Hall), record the sights and sounds and reflect on the experience.000
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FellowShipFE1402Singapore Heritage Trail<1 Day2Embark on any 1 of the heritage trails planned out by the National Heritage Board and reflect on the experience.000
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FellowShipFE1403Cultural Immersion>7 Days4Participate in a cultural immersion programme organised by your school and review on the experience

You may participate as the host or guest

The immersion programme should be at least 7 days.
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FellowShipFE1404Culture and Me<1 Day4Organise an activity for your Rover Crew or another section with a cultural theme.000
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FellowShipFE1405Art and Culture<1 Day4Participate in a half day to 1 day course to learn an art form from another culture. e.g. Henna painting, calligraphy writing000
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FellowShipFE1406Vanishing Trades<1 Day4Research on any 'vanishing trades' of Singapore e.g. Karang Guni, Lion Dance, street opera, and explore how youths can preserve such cultures unique to Singapore.000
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FellowShipFE1407Cultural Understanding>2 Days4Attend a course/workshop that examines a culture or faith other than the Rover’s own, such as the Explorations in Ethnicity (“EIE”) course that is conducted by OnePeople.sg

Course/Workshop should be at least 2 days

You may email in to the NRC to check on the validity of any intercultural/interreligious courses to be counted for this module that may be conducted by other organisations
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FellowShipFE2201Moot Up5 - 14 days6Attend an International Rover Moot held outside Singapore.

Review on the experience and how the experiences can be brought back to Singapore
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FellowShipFE2202Singapore Moot5 - 14 days6Attend a Singapore Moot

Review on the experience, reflecting on the lessons and takeaways from the moot
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FellowShipFE2203Jamboree Experience5-7 days6Attend a Jamboree as part of the International Service Team000
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FellowShipFE2301Around the World>7 Days6Travel to another country for at least 1 week000
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FellowShipFE2302Rover Backpackers I>7 Days6Go on a backpacking trip for at least 7 days.

Provide a reflection piece and review on the experience
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FellowShipFE2303Scouting a Global Movement3 years6Travel to at least 3 WOSM regions and do a visual documentation of any Scout related monuments, places of interest or Scouting in action.

WOSM Regions:
- Africa
- Arab
- Asia-Pacific
- Euro-Asia
- Europe
- Interamerica
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FellowShipFE2401Diversity of Language6 months6Complete a class to learn a language that is foreign to you.

Classes taken should enhance students' proficiency in the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing as well as increase their knowledge of the syntactical, morphological, phonetic and lexical aspects of the language.
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FellowShipFE3201Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Programme (SSYEAP)2 months8Successfully complete the 40 days SSYEAP which includes a homestay programme and time onboard Nippon Maru. Review on the experience and its importance in an ever-changing complexity in the ASEAN region000
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FellowShipFE3301Rover Backpackers II21 days or more8Go on a backpacking trip(s) lasting at least 21 days over maximum 3 trips

Write a reflection piece, reviewing on the experiences and interesting encounters during your trip
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FellowShipFE3302Scout Centres3 months8Work at the any of the International Scout Centres/Scout Activity Centres/World Scout Bureau/Summer Camps for at least 3 months

e.g Kandersteg International Scout Centre, Suncheon Asia-Pacific Scout Centre, Gilwell Park
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FellowShipFE3303Worldwide Education2-6 months8Participate in a semester/summer exchange programme offered by your school

Review on the experience and reflect on the difference in the educational system and culture of your host country
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Open AirOA1101Into The Woods2-4 hours2Organise a day hike for your crew/another section going through any of the gazetted nature reserves in Singapore

Activity should last at least 2 hours
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Open AirOA1102Basic Expedition> 48 hours4Select, plan, prepare and complete a journey not less than 48 hours which provides opportunities for leadership, self-­discovery, developing comradeship, use of scouting skills and/or physical/mental challenges.000
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Open AirOA1103Cycling Expedition3 months4Participate in cycling expedition of no less than 80 km over 6 hours.000
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Open AirOA1104Leap of Faith I - Bungee Jumping<1 day4Go on a bungee jump activity.000
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Open AirOA1201Walk on Water1 month2Learn how to proficiently Stand up Paddle over a period of 2 sessions minimally.000
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Open AirOA1202Beginner Kayaker2 days2Attain Kayaking 1 Star proficiency as certified by Singapore Canoe Federation or other equivalent international/national governing bodies.000
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Open AirOA1203Widewater Rafting2-4 hours2Go on a white water rafting activity000
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Open AirOA1204Mangrove Kayaking2-4 hours2Participate in a mangrove kayaking expedition000
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Open AirOA1205Experience Scuba!1 month4Attain Open Water Diving Certification as certified by any diving centres.000
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Open AirOA1206Pico / Laser Proficiency1 day4Attain Pico/Laser Proficiency Level 1 as certified by People's Association Water Venture or other equivalent international/national governing bodies.000
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Open AirOA1207Dragonboat Helmsman1 year4Attend and pass Dragonboat Helmsman Accreditation Test as certified by Singapore Dragonboat Association.000
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Open AirOA1208Lifesaver's Call6 months4Attain Livesaving 1, 2 & 3 as certified by the Singapore Lifesaving Society000
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Open AirOA1209Master the waves2-4 days4Attend a few sessions and be proficient in the sport of wakeboarding000