Adult Training Day covering modules from the adult training scheme.
Refreshments will be provided throughout the day. Candidates are welcome to book individual modules and do not have to stay for the full day if they do not wish to do so.
Leaders are welcome to stay overnight on the Saturday if they wish. There will not be any formal training in the evening, but this will allow valuable networking time and an opportunity to share ideas between each other.
Teas and coffees will be provided throughout the day.
If you are present for the days only, please bring a packed lunch.
If you are staying over night for the weekend please bring a packed lunch for the Saturday only, other meals will be provided.
Accommodation will be indoors and you will need a sleeping bag and an overnight bag.
The plan for the weekend will be as follows:
09:00 Arrive and Sign-in
13:00 Module 16 Introduction to a Residential Experience
15:30 Module 18 Practical Skills (Please bring a skill and the equipment with you on the day that you use with your section)
17:35 Book into accommodation for the Leaders staying
18:30 Evening Meal and Free time or working on Crafts
08:00 Breakfast, cleared & cleaned the sleeping accommodation.
08:50 Arrive and Sign-in
09:10 Module 10 First Aid
09:15. Module 12a Delivering a Quality Programme
(Breaks and Lunch to fit in with the Trainer and Leaders)
13:00 Module 12b Programme Planning
To cover the skills and knowledge necessary to enable adults to manage an incident and provide basic First aid.
To provide leaders, managers and supporters with information about how we deliver quality Scouting to young people, and how we ensure it meets their needs.
To provide section leaders with an opportunity to plan and review a sectional programme including the use of a variety of methods to generate programme ideas.
To enable section leaders and supporters who may support residential experiences for young people to understand the
purpose that residential experiences play in Scouting.
To enable adults to gain and develop practical skills for the benefit of young people in their section.
The issues facing adult volunteers in keeping young people safe are changing all the time and it is essential that we provide up-to-date training.
It is a requirement for all adults in Scouting to have undertaken 'approved safeguarding training' every five years and this is monitored at the point of appointment review.