AWARD BADGES


There are award badges in which the cadets can achieved throughout their secondary school years with the brigade. The following are the award badges, in order of precedence.


1. CHIEF COMMISSIONER’S BADGE

2. DEPUTY CHIEF COMMISSIONER’S BADGE

3. COMMISSIONER’S BADGE

4. SUPERINTENDENT BADGE

5. NATIONAL ACTIVITY BADGE

CHIEF COMMISSIONER'S BADGE


The Chief Commissioner’s badge is the highest award that a cadet can achieve under the Cadet Proficiency Badge Scheme.


To qualify for the Chief Commissioner’s Badge, the cadet must fulfil the following requirements:


  1. Qualifying Level: Secondary Three (March)

  2. Awarded Deputy Chief Commissioner’s Badge

  3. To obtain 12 badges from the following:

    • Knowledge of the Order of St John – Compulsory Badge

    • Total Defence Proficiency Badge – Compulsory Badge

    • Community Care Badge – Compulsory Badge

    • At least 2 badges from Group 1 (excluding Community Care and Total Defence badges)

    • At least 2 badges from Group 2

    • At least 2 badges from Group 3

    • At least 2 badges from Group 4 (excluding Knowledge of the Order of St John badge)


DEPUTY CHIEF COMMISSIONER'S BADGE


To qualify for the Deputy Chief Commissioner’s Badge, the cadet must fulfil the following requirements:


  1. Qualifying Level: Secondary Three

  2. Awarded Commissioner’s Badge

  3. To obtain Total Defence Gold Certificate

  4. To obtain 9 proficiency badges in total (excluding Total Defence badge)

COMMISSIONER'S BADGE


To qualify for the Commissioner’s Badge, the cadet must fulfil the following requirements:


  1. Qualifying Level: Secondary Two (June)

  2. Awarded Superintendent Badge

  3. To obtain 6 badges from the following:

    • Knowledge of the Order of St John – Compulsory badge

    • Total Defence Silver Certificate

    • At least one badge from Group 1 (excluding Community Care and Total Defence badges)

  4. At least one badge from Group 2

  5. At least one badge from Group 3

  6. At least one badge from Group 4 (excluding Knowledge of the Order of St John badge)

SUPERINTENDENT BADGE


To qualify for the Superintendent Badge, the cadet must fulfil the following requirements:


  1. Qualifying Level: Secondary Two

  2. Attained Total Defence Silver Certificate

  3. Obtain any 4 proficiency badges, including Heart Saver badge, but excluding Total Defence badge

NATIONAL ACTIVITY BADGE


In order to qualify for the National Activity Badge, the cadet must participate in any of the following events:


  1. National Day Parade (NDP)

  2. Singapore Youth Festival (SYF)

  3. National Camp organized by MOE or St John HQ

  4. National First Aid Competition

  5. Any St John-related events organized at HQ level and approved by the Chief Commissioner in writing.

  6. Represented in regional or international first aid competitions, subject to prior approval by the Chief Commissioner.

Points to Note:


  1. Participants in NDP / SYF must be representing St John in the marching contingent and have attained 80% attendance and have marched on the actual day of the parade, in order to qualify for the badge

  2. Participants in the National First Aid Competition must be a competitor or reserved member of a team, in order to qualify for the badge. Stewards are not entitled for this badge.

  3. For any brigade event that deserves the award of National Activity Badge, the event organizer / officer-in-charge should email to the Chief Commissioner to seek approval for the badge to be awarded before its commencement.