( A Partial Extract Example for a Boy Scout Troop)
Units must achieve six of ten to qualify as a National Quality Troop.
Four starred(*) items are required, plus two additional items = six total
*Training. The Scoutmaster will complete Boy Scout Leader Fast Start Training and Scoutmaster Fundamentals
*Two-Deep Leadership. We will have one or more assistant Scoutmasters registered, trained and active. One registered adult is assigned responsibility for Youth Protection training.
Planned Program. Our troop will conduct an annual program-planning conference, publish an annual troop program calendar, and present it to parents at a family activity.
Service Project. Our troop will conduct a service project annually, preferably for the chartered organization or the community.
Advancement. Sixty percent or more of our Boy Scouts will advance a rank, or we will have a 10 percent increase in total rank advancement over a year ago. Approved rank advancements for the recognition include Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star, Life and Eagle.
Boys Life. Fifty percent or more of our Boy Scout members will subscribe to Boys's Life magazine.
*Outdoor Activities. The troop will conduct six highlight activities (such as hikes, camp outs, trips, tours, etc.) and attend a Boy Scouts of America long-term camp.
Membership. We will renew our charter with an equal or greater number of youth registered over a year ago.
Patrol Method. We will conduct Troop Junior Leader Training as outlined in the Scoutmaster handbook and hold monthly patrol leaders council meetings.
*On-Time Charter Renewal. The troop will complete its charter renewal before its current charter expires.
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