Scouting Systems Part 1 (Jun 2023)
are one hour sessions designed for delivery at Region/District Training Meetings to help existing leaders maintain current knowledge about a range of scouting topics. Items are added and the end of the originally scheduled month of delivery. Suggestions for future topics can be forwarded to email@example.com
An overview of some common Scout systems - Scouts | Terrain, Topo reporting, Scout Management System (SMS), Office365, Event Management System. This is not a detailed training session for each system.
Download the Training Notes, Presentation and Scout Systems Part 1 KWL Template from the attachments section below.
The role of parents in Scouting
Scouting provides opportunities for young people to gain independence and develop leadership skills in a fun and challenging environment. Passionate, well trained leaders guide the youth along their journey in a safe and structured way. Parent ...
Introduction to Scouting module
Before undertaking the potential sign up of a new Adult Member (either Leader or Adult Member, eg Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer, Adult Helper) you need to conduct an Introduction to Scouting session. The included sign up checklist (attached below) ...
Individual Adult Volunteer Plan for Leaders participating in the AFCI Project
Download the Individual Adult Volunteer Plan for Leaders participating in the AFCI Project using the link below. Once completed, store the individual's document within the Formation's Teams folders.
Individual Adult Volunteer Plans
In 2021 the National Operations Committee supported a recommendation for the National Adults in Scouting Committee that the Adult Development Plan (ADP) be replaced with a suite of plans which focus on learning and development outcomes tailored to ...
Adventurous Activity Training
The Learning Plans for Adventurous Activities identifies the pathway an Adult Leaders, Adult Members or Rover can undertake to achieve a skills appointment from Safe Participant to Guide. Learning plans are being developed for each pursuit area and ...