Left Side/Knot Insignia
Den Leader Training Award
Cub Scout Den Leader Training Award
Cub Scout Den Leader Training Award square knot emblem
Cub Scout Den Leader Training
Description: Uniform emblem is composed of a gold (yellow) knot on a blue
background. The colors blue and gold are the colors of Cub Scouting; yellow
was used as knot emblem color because regular Den leaders traditionally
led Cub Scouts wearing yellow neckerchiefs (Wolves and Bears). Colors now are also associated with the blue/yellow/blue ribbon of the medal.
Worn by: Male and Female Scouters
Earned or Received: Earned
Application for Cub Scout Den Leader Award
Background: The Den Leader Award is earned by Den
Leaders by completing one year of service as Den Leader, completing the Cub Scout Basic training course and attendance at a Pow-Wow, and the completion of five of eight performance projects. Assistant Den Leaders
may work toward completion of the Award but they must serve at least one year as a registered Den Leader of a Cub Scout den.
Devices are placed on the ribbon of the medal as well as on the square knot emblem to symbolize in which program area the award was earned: either as a Tiger Cub, Cub Scout (Wolf/Bear) and/or WEBELOS Den Leader.
Rarity of Award: Common
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