All adults involved in Scouting and involved with either a uniformed role or serving on Group or District Executive roles will need to undergo training. The level of training required depends on the appointment and is modular based.
At the basic level all roles require to complete Modules 1, 2 and 3, and details of the modules required, can be done using the online training modules.
If you go onto the Scouts Scotland site then select 'members', 'training' button. There is a selection of the main training resources and under 'Useful Contacts' a link to 'Scouts UK Training'.
This link takes you onto the main UK Scout Training Page where all the resources are located. Down the left hand side under '>Training' are the resources for 'Learners'. Select that and on the next page near the bottom is 'Resources for Learners'. This will show all the online resources for all the modules. Initially you will need modules 1 and 3, 2 is the personal plan that you can print off and complete with all the modules required. There are two module 1s. One is for Executive Committee Members, the other for uniformed leaders.
Under each module will be information on how to learn and what is required to validate the modue; E-Learning is the route to the online resource follow the initial 'how to' links.
Sounds complicted, but fairly easy to navigate.
For details of all local training courses, check the Regional Facebook page under 'Files' For further details contact the Organiser for the event. Catherine-Ann Ness is the District Adult Training Advisor who should be contacted to go on any course.
Note: The East Region calendar shows training courses within the East of Scotland Region or SHQ and may also show some courses in other Scottish Regions. If other training is required, consult your Training Adviser or Catherine-Ann Ness directly
Some of the training events, notable outdoor pursuits, are run by the Lochore Outdoor Education Centre run by Fife Council. On this site, you can download a PDF file detailing all their courses.
Although fees are payable for these courses, Fife Council may give 1/3 as a grant on application from leaders who will use the skills learned for the benefit of young persons. In the same way, the SHQ Developement Fund will offer another 1/3, with the East Scotland Region picking up the remaining costs. Note: Application for funding must be made and granted before the course starts, so apply in good time.
Minibus (D1) and Trailer (E) Training, is currently ongoing. Contact Wullie Clark on 01383 830789 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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