In Joey Scouts, due to the age group, the award scheme is based solely on participation.
As yet we have yet to have Joey Scout complete The Promise Challenge
The Grey Wolf Award formerly called the Yellow Cord, is the highest level badge an individual cub scout can earn, and is akin to the Promise Challenge for Joeys, Australian Scout Medallion for Scouts, Queen Scout Award for Venturers, or Baden Powell Scout Award for Rovers.
*NOTE: The following list has been constructed from several sources, it is fairly accurate for the later years. If any such omission is brought to our notice, details will be added.
The Australian Scout Medallion is a relatively new award, commenced in beginning in 2003. It is the highest award an individual Scout can earn in the Scout Section. It is considered the pinnacle of Scouting at this stage of scouting.
Wood Badge Award is a uniformed leadership programme award for adult leaders in the Scout associations. The aim of the Wood Badge is to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to the Scout movement.
Wood Badge holders around the world automatically become members of the 1st Gilwell Park Scout Group, at Gilwell Park in England (where Baden-Powell established training centre for Scout leaders and a campsite for Scouts).