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Participants must agree a programme of activity in each of the sections of their Award. These do not need to be ACF related, but where a programme likely to be of particular interest to an Army Cadet exists, it has been highlighted on the appropriate page.

Leaders are reminded that each chosen by the participant must be either in the drop-down list of activities on each section page, or be included in the In Action Together 2 booklet produced by ACFA, and available on the website.

Particular care must be taken to ensure that programmes are followed only for the Section which has been authorised by the Award; for example, regardless of how much SKILL a participant may have in Table Tennis, this is a PHYSICAL RECREATION activity, and cannot be counted as a Skill. When in doubt, check the

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