Manikayu

Manikayu adalah pengesahan yang diterima oleh orang dewasa dalam Pengakap yang telah menyempurnakan Kursus Kepimpinan Manikayu (Peringkat Pengenalan hingga Peringkat Keempat) yang diberikan oleh Pasukan Latihan, Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia. Mereka yang menghabiskan latihan diberikan pengesahan dalam bentuk dua manik kayu pada tali kulit. Penerima Manikayu dikenali sebagai Wood Badger atau Gilwellian.

Manik tambahan diberikan kepada "wood badgers" yang bertugas sebagai sebahagian daripada lembaga pasukan pelatih "wood badge". Satu manik tambahan diberikan kepada (Penolong Jurulatih Kebangsaan) Assistant Leader Trainers dan dua manik tambahandiberikan kepada (Jurulatih) Leader Trainers untuk menjadikan jumlah keseluruhannya empat.

Robert Baden-Powell sendiri mengenakan sejumlah enam manik yang dia serahkan kepada Sir Percy Everett ketika itu Timbalan Ketua Pengakap. Percy kemudiannya menyerahkan enam manik tersebut kepada Gilwell untuk dipakai oleh Ketua Kem Gilwell Camp Chief sebagai lencana pejabat.Tradisi ini masih kekal sehingga hari ini.


Manikayu pertama adalah diperbuat daripada biji manik yang dimiliki dan dikalung di leher Ketua Zulu bernama Dinizulu. BP berjumpa Dinizulu pada tahun 1888. Dalam sesuatu pejumpaan, leher Dinizulu dikalung dengan rantai yang sepanjang 12 kaki yang mempunyai lebih kurang 1000 biji manik.Apabila BP mencari sesuatu tanda untuk pemimpin yang tamat menjalankan kursus di Gilwell park, BP teringat rantai leher Dinizulu yang dihadiahkan kepadanya. BP mengambil dua ‘bead’ yang kecil dan membuat satu lubang kecil di tengah ‘bead’ dan bergantung dengan tali kulit. Inilah asalnya bagaimana manikayu telah wujud.

Latihan pada mulanya dijalankan oleh Robert Baden-Powell, pengasas Pengakap pada 8 September, 1919 di Gilwell. Pada penamat latihan, beliau menyerahkan setiap peserta satu manik kayu dari kalung yang dia terima dari Dinizulu, Zetua Zulu. Bekalan asal manik telah lama habis dan hanya salinan diberikan pada masa kini.

 


Woodbadge

(Source: From Wikipedia)

Wood Badge is a Scouting leadership program and the related award for adult leaders in the programs of Scout associations throughout the world. Wood Badge courses aim to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to the Scout movement. Courses generally have a combined classroom and practical outdoors-based phase followed by a Wood Badge ticket, also known as the project phase. By "working the ticket", participants put their newly gained experience into practice to attain ticket goals aiding the Scouting movement. The first Wood Badge training was organized by Francis "Skipper" Gidney and lectured at by Robert Baden-Powell and others at Gilwell Park (United Kingdom) in September 1919. Wood Badge training has since spread across the world with international variations.

On completion of the course, participants are awarded the Wood Badge beads to recognize significant achievement in leadership and direct service to young people. The pair of small wooden beads, one on each end of a leather thong (string), is worn around the neck as part of the Scout uniform. The beads are presented together with a taupe neckerchief bearing a tartan patch of the Maclaren clan, honoring William de Bois Maclaren, who donated the funding to purchase Gilwell Park in 1919. The neckerchief with the braided leather woggle (neckerchief slide) denotes the membership of the 1st Gilwell Scout Group or Gilwell Troop 1. Recipients of the Wood Badge are known as Wood Badgers or Gilwellians.

 

History

Soon after founding the Scout movement, Robert Baden-Powell saw the need for leader training. Early Scoutmaster training camps were held in London in 1910, and in Yorkshire in 1911. Baden-Powell wanted his training to be as practical as possible, and that meant holding it in the outdoors in campsites. World War I delayed the development of leader training, so the first formal Wood Badge course was not offered until 1919. Gilwell Park, just outside of London, was purchased specifically to provide a venue for the course and was opened for use on 2 June 1919. Francis Gidney, the first Camp Chief at Gilwell Park, conducted the first Wood Badge course there from 8 September to 19 September 1919. It was produced by Percy Everett, the Commissioner of Training, and Baden-Powell himself gave lectures. The course was attended by 18 participants, and other lecturers. After this first course, Wood Badge training continued at Gilwell Park, and it became the home of leadership training in the Scout movement.

Bead

The beads were first presented at the initial leadership course in September 1919 at Gilwell Park. The woggle is a two-strand version of a Turk's head knot, which has no beginning and no end, and symbolizes the commitment of a Wood Badger to Scouting.

The origins of Wood Badge can be traced back to 1888, when Baden-Powell was on a military campaign in Zululand (now part of South Africa). He pursued Dinizulu, a Zulu king, for some time, but never managed to catch up with him. Dinizulu had a 12-foot (4 m)-long necklace with more than a thousand acacia beads. Baden-Powell is said to have found the necklace when he came to Dinizulu's deserted mountain stronghold. Such necklaces were known as iziQu in Zulu and were presented to brave warrior leaders.

Much later, Baden-Powell searched for a distinctive award for the participants in the first Gilwell course. He constructed the first award using two beads from Dinizulu's necklace, and threaded them onto a leather thong given to him by an elderly South African in Mafikeng, calling it the Wood Badge.

While no official knot exists for tying the two ends of the thong together, the decorative diamond knot has become the most common. When produced, the thong is joined by a simple overhand knot and various region specific traditions have arisen around tying the diamond knot, including: having a fellow course member tie it; having a mentor or course leader tie it; and having the recipient tie it after completing some additional activity that shows they have mastered the skills taught to them during training.

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Senarai Nama Pemegang Manikayu 4 Butir

Senarai Nama Pemegang Manikayu 4 Butir (4 Bead Woodbadge) / Jurulatih (Leader Trainer)

(Rekod Dari Tahun 2006 - Sekarang)

Bil Tahun Nama
1 2005 Henry Heng Soo Peng
2 2006 Abu Bakar bin Awang
3 2006 Mohd Sabhi bin Othman
4 2008 Rozhan bin Yahaya
5 2010 Haji Zulkafri bin Kamaruddin
6 2010 Chew Ching Yee
7 2013 Tan Sow Sung
8 2013 Tan Yoke Khoon
9 2014 Ong Shy Hann
     
     
     
     

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Senarai Nama Pemegang Manikayu 3 Butir

Senarai Nama Pemegang Manikayu 3 Butir (3 Bead Woodbadge) / Pen. Jurulatih (Assist. Leader Trainer)

(Rekod Dari Tahun 2006 - Sekarang)

Bil Tahun

Nama

1 2006 Chew Ching Yee
2 2006 Tan Su Cheng
3 2006 Tan Chung Siang
4 2009 Haji Zulkafri bin Kamaruddin
5 2009 Hazlisham bin Haji Hanafiah
6 2009 Tan Sow Sung
7 2009 Tan Yoke Khoon
8 2009 Ng Cheng Wei
9 2009 Teoh Kheng Lin
10 2010 Mohd Zaidi bin Hassan@Othman
11 2012 Noraini bt Puteh
12 2012 Norhayati bt Mohamad
13 2012 Chan Hong Wai
14 2012 Ong Shy Hann
15 2014 Rosni Binti Samsudin
16 2014 Muhammad Mujahid Bin Abdul Rahim
17 2014 Wong Kok Nian
18 2014 David Khoo Chon-Yi
19 2014 Dr. Teoh Soo Huat
20 2014 Peter Tan Yeong Shing
21 2014 Henh Zin Moon
22 2014 Mohd Hafife bin Abdul Halim
     
     
     
     
     

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Senarai Nama Pemegang Manikayu 2 Butir

Senarai Nama Pemegang Manikayu 2 Butir (2 Bead Woodbadge)

(Rekod Dari Tahun 2006 - Sekarang)

Bil Tahun Nama Unit Dearah
1 2006 Nor Azhar bin Mohaman (M-6731) PKK BP
2 2006 Mohd. Fadzil bin Abu Hasan @Hashim (M-6886) PKK BW
3 2006 Ng Siang Chin (M-6890) PKK BM
4 2006 Ng Cheng Wei (M-6891) PKK BM
5 2006 Basih bin Hashim (M-6895) PKK NT
6 2006 Yeoh Chen Kuan (M-7995) PM GTS
7 2006 Koay Bin Xin (M-8022) PM GTS
8 2006 Tai Wei Lim (M-8062) PM BW
9 2006 Leong Chun Yen (M-8063) PM BW
10 2006 Chin Heng Fai (M-8064) PM BW
11 2006 Yong Choon Hau (M-8065) PM BM
12 2006 Chan Hong Wai (M-8066) PM BM
13 2006 Teng Lye Heng (M-8094) PM BM
14 2006 Ng Boon Hung (M-8095) PM BM
15 2006 Ng Chooi Yao (M-8096) PM BM
16 2006 Ho Chee Kean (M-8102) PM BM
17 2006 Teoh Kheng Lin (M-8103) PM NT
18 2006 Poh Boon Seng (M-8104) PM BM
19 2006 Law Ming Shaun (M-8105) PM GTS
20 2006 Ang Kia Long (M-9640) PR BM
21 2006 Tan Thean Wooi (M-9641) PR BP
22 2006 Tee Kuan Kooi (M-9642) PR BL
23 2006 Khoo Boo Leong (M-9643) PR BL
24 2007 Henh Zin Moon (M-8125) PM BM
25 2007 H'ng Thean Chiat (M-8124) PM BM
26 2007 Goh Thean Yu (M-8180) PM GTS
27 2007 Teoh Soo Huat (M-8179) PM GTS
28 2007 Ong Shy Hann (M-8192) PM BM
29 2007 Ng Hooi Ee (M-8196) PM BM
30 2007 Liew Chiok San (M-9645) PR BM
31 2008 Yeoh Jin Hin (M-8208) PM BL
32 2008 Lim Kok Hann (M-8209) PM GTS
33 2008 Tan Liang Jun (M-8210) PM BL
34 2008 Yeoh Beng Hong (M-8211) PM BL
35 2008 Yew Yee Seng (M-8212) PM BL
36 2008 Lee Kin Penn (M-8213) PM BL
37 2008 Tan Kok Chieng (M-8229) PM BM
38 2009 Muhammad Mujahid bin Abd. Rahim (M-7045) PKK BP
39 2009 Lim Tat Chong (M-7185) PKK GTS
40 2009 Ooi Pei Ran (M-7192) PKK BM
41 2009 Chang Wei Yan (M-7193) PKK NT
42 2009 Dacid Khoo Chon-Yi (M-8257) PM BM
43 2009 Ong Ewe Keat (M-8258) PM BM
44 2009 Wan Hock Meng (M-8259) PM BM
45 2009 Wan Hock Thiam (M-8260) PM BM
46 2009 Ooi Yit Cheng (M-8261) PM BM
47 2009 Tang Yen Kin (M-8262) PM BM
48 2009 Liau Chun Meng (M-8263) PM BM
49 2009 Noorhanisah binti Abdul Kadir (M-8274) PM BP
50 2009 Ahmad Nawawi bin Saad (M-8275) PM BP
51 2009 Jafni Bin Ghazali (M-8276) PM BP
52 2009 Muhamad Fadhlan bin Hamdan (M-8277) PM BP
53 2009 Muhamad Azuddin bin Syed Sultan (M-8278) PM BP
54 2009 Lee Ang Guan (M-8292) PM GTS
55 2009 Loo Chin Choong (M-8293) PM GTS
56 2009 Tan Yan Hing (M-8294) PM GTS
57 2009 Loo Keen Yeep (M-8295) PM GTS
58 2009 Ong Kai Xuan (M-8297) PM GTS
59 2009 Yeoh Kean Keong (M-8298) PM GTS
60 2009 Yew Chee Lam (M-8301) PM GTU
61 2009 Lee Hooi Hooi (M-8306) PM BM
62 2009 Wong Kok Nian (M-8307) PM BW
63 2009 Asyraf bin Zulkafri (M-8314) PM NT
64 2009 Cheah Kim Soon (M-8315) PM BP
65 2011 Tan Peng Chong (M-8458) PM BW
66 2011 Pek Min Han (M-8459) PM GTU
67 2011 Neoh Dian Bin (M-8460) PM GTU
68 2011 Kek Eng Soon (M-8461) PM GTS
69 2011 Tan Weng Son (M-8462) PM GTS
70 2011 Chang Wei Yan (M-9871) PR NT
71 2011 Ong Shy Hann (M-8172) PR BM
72 2011 Wong Kok Nian (M-8173) PR BW
73 2011 Lee Chow Tong (M-8486) PM BM
74 2012 Ooi Yuen Wei (M-8516) PM BM
75 2013 Chew Chee Hou (M-8586) PM GTU
76 2013 Mohd Hafife bin Abdul Halim (M-8592) PM NT
77 2013 Goh Sze Ying (M-8593) PM BP
78 2013 Lee Kok Wah (M-8594) PM GTU
79 2013 Cheng Thye Ming (M-8595) PM GTU
80 2013 Muhamad Muzhar bin Mohamad Gus (M-8596) PM BM
81 2013 Nur Eliyawaton binti Mohd Alias (M8597) PM BM
82 2013 Tan Yeong Shing (M-8610) PM BM
83 2015 Norhidayah binti Mahadi (M-10055) PR NT
84 2015 Chew Kok Rui (M-10056) PR BM
85 2015 Lee Thian Hoe (M-10057) PR NT
86 2015 Low Chun Leong (M-10058) PR GTU
87 2015 Mohd Irmi bin Idris (M-10059) PR BM
88 2015 Mohd Syarnizal bin Ghazalli (M-10060) PR BW
89 2015 Ong Boon Poo (M-10061) PR NT
90 2015 Muhamad Ikmal bin Ahmad Tarmizi (M-10062) PR NT
91 2015 Tengku Nurshahrulnizam bin Osman (M-10063) PR BW
92 2015 Rohana binti Salleh (M-10064) PR NT
93 2015 Yeap Wei Seng (M-10065) PR BM
94 2015 Yeoh Mooi Lee (M-10066) PR NT
95 2015 Toh Chen Ning (M-10067) PR NT
96 2015 Leong Jit Hong (M-10069) PR BM
97 2015 Meor Mohd Fahmi bin Idris (M-10070) PR NT
         
         
         
         
         

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