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ANNEX G :
SOME OBVIOUS POINTS OF CONTACT BETWEEN THE APC SYLLABUS AND THE AWARD







DofE Section Bronze Silver Gold
Volunteering Volunteering as an Army Cadet

APC 2-Star First Aid plus 75% of time on practical work.
3- or 4-Star Cadet and the Community - must last for period appropriate to Award

- Volunteering as an Army Cadet appropriate to rank and experience

APC 3- & 4-Star First Aid, plus 75% of time on practical work
3- or 4-Star Cadet and the Community - should be different project to any used at Silver.

CSLA if not used at Silver

Volunteering as an Army Cadet appropriate to rank and experience

APC 3- & 4-Star First Aid, plus 75% of time on practical work, if not used at Silver
Expedition APC 2-Star Expedition Training plus report, provided self planned and unaccompanied Practice Expedition - APC 3-Star Expedition Training.

Qualifying - APC 4-Star Expedition Training
Post 4-Star activity
Skill Programmes which follow from ACF training and activities, such as:
Skill at Arms and Shooting, Marksmanship, Ceremonial Drill, Military Insignia,Military History and Leadership, First Aid,
Buglers, Drummers, Piping, Military Bands, Signalling, Map Making, Casualty Simulation, Model Soldiers, War Games.
Physical APC 2-Star Physical Recreation - but must last for period appropriate to Award. APC 4-Star Physical Recreation - must last for period appropriate to Award. APC 4-Star Physical Recreation if not used at Silver level and must last for period appropriate to the Award
Residential Gold Award Programme only Examples: Cadet Leadership Course
Master Cadets Course
Attachments to Regular Army or TA
MoD/District Courses
Adult Instructors Course
KGVI Course
Annual Camp - subject to certain conditions
Attendance on a week long course at CCAT

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