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RED CROSS KNOWLEDGEFIRST AIDDISASTER MANAGEMENTYOUTH AMBASSADORS' BLOOD PROGRAMMESERVICE LEARNINGYOUTH LEADERSHIPFOOTDRILL
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BronzeTo help Sec 1 cadets find their purpose and instil pride in being a Red Cross Youth4.5To assist Sec 1 cadets to find their purpose & Instil pride in being First Aiders10To assist Sec 1 cadets to find their purpose & Instil pride in leading their families to prepare for local disasters7To assist Sec 1 cadets to find their purpose & Instil pride in being an Ambassadors of Blood5To assist Sec 1 cadets to find their purpose & Instil pride in being active participants in serving the community4.5To assist Sec 2 cadets to aspire to be leaders of their peers and juniors in order to better serve humanity and save lives4.5To prepare Secondary 1 cadets to be confident in their static drill and to be able to pay respects individually6
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1.1Our Unit and The Red Cross Experience1BFA + AED Course8Why is Disaster Preparedness Important?1What is your role?0.5Introduction to Service Learning (SL): Serving Humanity, Saving Lives1Leadership for Humanity: Leadership is Everyone's Business. (Introduction to Leadership in Service Learning Projects.)0.5Why Foot Drill in RCY? 1
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1.2Our Founder, Fundamental Principles and Red Cross Promise1Revision prior to FA Duties2How do we prepare ourselves?1Why does on bag of blood save three lives?0.5Introduction to VIA Projects: 5 steps to do a VIA1Leadership Makes a Difference: Leaders Promote A Do Fast Do Good Culture1Static Drills 1
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1.3The Fundamental Principles and The Singapore Red Cross1Haze Outbreak0.5Who can donate blood?0.5Execution Phase: VIA Projects* x22Leadership is a Relationship: Leaders Promote A Caring Culture1Turning Drills1
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1.4The Red Cross Emblems, Goal Setting and The Red Cross Song1Fire Outbreak1What is the blood donation process?0.5Leadership is a Never-ending Learning Journey: Leaders Promote A Learning Culture1Paying of Compliments (I) 1
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1.51-Aider Casualty Transportation1.5Do you the truth about blood donation?0.5Leadership is an Aspiration & A Choice: Setting Our Batch Compass (PVIR) for the year0.5Uniform Guidelines 0.5
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1.6Static + Turning Drills Practice
(can be done during parade rehearsals)
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Accreds10 Qn MCQ0.5Assessment by SRCA Instructors during BFA + AED Course
Hours are included in the 8 Hrs required for the course
020 Qn MCQ & CT Practical Session210 Qn MCQ + Design and present an A3 Poster on Blood Donation to their classmates or Red Cross members on either of the following two topics:

• Debunking truths and myths of donating blood in Singapore; or

• Importance of blood donation, and its use in Singapore
0.5Reflection Phase: Project Reflection Session + Reflection Write Up* x20.510 Qn MCQ + Reflection Write Up0.5
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Learning Journey: Blood Bank (Excluding Travelling Time)2
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SilverTo raise awareness of Sec 2 cadets on the work of RC around the world, and develop an appreciation for their potential to serve Singapore with SRC4.5To guide Sec 2 cadets to learn how to work in teams when facing difficult first aid case scenarios10To guide Sec 2 cadets to learn how to work in teams when facing complex disasters6.5To guide Sec 2 cadets to appreciate the importance of volunteers in blood drives and equip them with neccesary skills to create a positive blood donation environment for donors8.5To provide a platform for Sec 2 cadets to learn the ropes of conducting a project that serves the community6To prepare Sec 3 cadets with leadership skills and instil a sense of pride in becoming NCOs who lead the unit to serve humanity and save lives
(Starting in 2018)
4.5To prepare Sec 2 cadets achieve high uniform standards, to be confident in both reproting and greetings in a parade/classroom. Additionally, to be confident in marching. 6
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2.1Goal Setting, The Red Cross Red Crescent Movement and The International Committee of The Red Cross1Minor Wound Management Process0.5Introduction to SG Secure1Why should we strive for excellence?1Towards an Inclusive Society: The RCY 3 SL Projects1Introduction to NCOship: Clarifying Our Values & Our Roles as NCOs0.5Marching Drills 1
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2.2The International Federation of the Red Cross and The Power of Red Cross Youth1Management of Hard & Soft Tissues1.5Outbreak0.5How to create a positive donor experience?2Brainstorming Phase: Embarking on Your SL Project & Idea Generation (6 Thinking Hats)1.5Confident NCO: NCOs Set the Example & Inspire a Shared Vision1Wheeling 1
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2.3The Needs of The Elderly and The Singapore Red Cross' Services1Primary Survey (Practice)2Radio Communication1Planning Phase: Roles and Goals0.5Critical NCO: NCOs Challenge the Process & Strengthen Others1Paying of Compliments (II)1
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2.4Presenting The Services1Primary & Secondary Survey0.52-4 Aider Casualty Transportation2Planning Phase: Planning Session with L3 participants0.5Caring NCO: NCOs Foster Collaboration & Encourage the Heart1Introduction to Commanding 1
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2.5The Eye Injuries0.5Execution Phase: VIA Projects* x22Balancing the 3Cs of NCOship: Setting Our NCO direction for the year0.5Marching + Wheeling Drills Practice
(can be done during parade rehearsals)
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2.6Delegation of Trios1
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Accreds10 Qn MCQ0.510 Qn MCQ & Practical Session (Bandaging and Case Scenario)220 Qn MCQ & CT Practical Session2Attachment to Blood Donation Bank / Drive4Reflection Phase: Project Reflection Session + Reflection Write Up* x20.510 Qn MCQ + Reflection Write Up0.510 Qn online MCQ0.5
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10 Qn MCQ + Practical Assessment + Reflection Write Up1.5
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GoldTo raise Sec 3/4/5 cadets' interest in the aspects of International Humanitarian Law and develop a sense of pride as a member of the worldwide Red Cross Red Crescent Movement8To raise 3/4/5 cadets' awareness and interest in the application of FA in FA Scenarios of varying Intensities & prepare them for FAC7.5To raise cadets' preparedness and confidence to prepare for and respond to emergencies through the unique simulation-based DM Experience8To raise cadets' awareness of their role in Total Defence & develop a sense of pride as an ambassador of 100% Voluntary Non-Remurated Blood Donation4.5To provide a platform for leaders to lead the unit in serving the community, moving 1 step closer to an inclusive Singapore6To provide a platform for Sec 4/5 RCY leaders to reflect on their RCY journey and empower them to make a change in RCY to better serve humanity and save lives8To equip Sec 3 cadets with the knowledge to plan and execute a parade confidently, and to deliver Foot Drill lessons effectively to their cadets8
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How to attain the badgeAttend RCK GMWAttend FA GMWAttend DM GMWConducted by YOs / VIsConducted by SL Specialists (Attended SL Masterclass),
Supervised by YOs/VIs
Participate in Trailblazers Championship Preliminary Round
+ Attend UG FLARE
Attend Foot Drill Masterclass, either Parade or Teaching Track
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3.1Introduction: The Learning Contract1Team Management1Introduction0.5What are my role & responsibilities as a youth ambassador?1.5Orienteering: Importance of SL in RCY,
Assigning SL Projects, Committee Positions and Setting PVIR of Teams
1(Starting from 2019)Parade Track:

1. Slow March Drills
2. Parade Drills and Procedures
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3.2Gearing Up: Five Key Concepts1SAM Splint0.5Emergency Simulation: Haze and Outbreak1Why should we be prepared?0.5Goal Setting Phase: Sharing of Needs Analysis Findings of SL Project & Setting WWWH Goals1Parade Track Assessment:

1. Uniform Inspection
2. Theory Test
3. Slow March Drills
4. Commanding
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3.3Knowing the Rules: International Humanitarian Law1Improvisation0.5Supportive Communication0.75Why is 100% VNRBD important?1Brainstorming & Planning Phase: Proposal Writing1
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3.4In Reality: Violations of Humanitarian Law1AED Awareness1Wheelchair0.75Planning Phase: Planning Session with L2 participants0.5Teaching Track:

1. Methods of Instruction
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3.5Righting the Wrongs: Dealing with Violations1SEMTREX Table Top Exercise
(School EMergency TRaining EXercise)
0.5Casualty Transportation Obstacle Course2Execution Phase: VIA Projects* x22Teaching Track Assessment:

1. Uniform Inspection
2. Theory Test
3. Methods of Instruction
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3.6Lending a Hand: Needs and Challenges in War1Revision of bandage methods and Common mistakes2Emergency Simulation: Fire and Terrorism2.5
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3.7Summary: It All Comes Together1Assessment2Summary & Debrief0.5Both tracks will also participate in a parade 2.5
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3.8Assessment (10 Qn MCQ)0.5
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3.9Closing: Where do we go from here?0.5
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AccredsConduct a Blood Donation Awareness Campaign prior to a Blood Drive. You may do one of the following:

• Set up and man an informative booth for non-RCY students of your school or members of the community for at least 1 hour (Group activity); or

• Deliver a presentation with visual aids on Singapore’s National Blood Programme, and its related content to a class of at least 30 non-RCY students for at least 15 minutes (Individual or paired activity); or

• Promote awareness of blood donation to members of the public while distributing flyers for at least 1 hour (individual activity)
1Reflection Phase: Project Reflection Session + Reflection Write Up* x30.5
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10 Qn MCQ + Reflection Write Up0.5
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Who can trainRED CROSS KNOWLEDGEFIRST AIDDISASTER MANAGEMENTYOUTH AMBASSADORS' BLOOD PROGRAMMESERVICE LEARNINGYOUTH LEADERSHIPFOOT DRILL
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BronzeRCK Unit Specialists
(Cadets who attend Unit Specialist Programme: RCK)

2019 Onwards: Cadets who attend RCK (B & S) Masterclass
SRCA Instructors
FA Unit Specialists may conduct the 2 Hr revision
DM Unit Specialists
(Cadets who attend Unit Specialist Programme: DM)

2019 Onwards: Cadets who attend DM (B & S) Masterclass
YABP Unit Specialists
(Cadets who attend Unit Specialist Programme: YABP)

2019 Onwards: Cadets who attend YABP (B & S) Masterclass
SL Unit Specialists
(Sec 3s who attend SL (B, S & G) Masterclass)
Supervised by YOs / VIs
YL Unit Specialists
(Sec 3s who attend YL (B & S) Masterclass)
Foot Drill Unit Specialists (Sec 3 cadets who have gone through the Foot Drill Masterclass Teaching Track)
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SilverFA Unit Specialists
(Cadets who attend Unit Specialist Programme: FA)

2019 Onwards: Cadets who attend FA (B & S) Masterclass
*Note that for USP 2017 cadets, only FA (S) Unit Specialists can teach Silver
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GoldHQ (in GMW)HQ (in GMW)HQ (in GMW)VIs / YOs
2019 Onwards: Cadets who attend YABP (G) Masterclass
HQ (Refer to Attainment of YL Gold)
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*As some VIAs are generally conducted outside of training hours, we have recommended only 2.5h (2h execution + 0.5h reflections) for each level here. However, feel free to allocate more/less time depending on the actual timing of your VIAs. Please be reminded to conduct the reflections sessions immediately after the VIA/during the next training (However you will need to allocate additional 30mins to conduct in training instead of right after the VIA)
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