Cluster Training Weekend

9am Saturday 7th -
3:30pm Sunday 8th, May 2022

Adult Training Day covering modules from the adult training scheme.

Courses at Raywell

Refreshments will be provided throughout the day. Candidates are still 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.

Meals and Refreshments

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:


08:50  Arrive and Sign-in
09:00  Welcome
09:10  Module 8 Skills of leadership 
11:00  Module 9 Working with Adults
13:00  Lunch
13:30  Module 14 Young people today
15:30  Module 15 Challenging Behaviour
17:30  Finish
17:35  Book into accommodation for the Leaders staying
18:30  Evening Meal and Free time or working on Crafts


08:00  Breakfast, cleared & clean the sleeping accommodation.
08:50  Arrive and Sign-in
09:10  Module 5 Fundamental Values of Scouting
11:00  Module 11 Administration
13:00  Lunch
13:30  Module 17 Running Safe Activities and Mandatory Safety Training
16:00  Finish

Modules Covered

5 Fundamental Values of Scouting

To use the Personal Development Areas to explore the links between the Values of Scouting and the awards, badges and
Balanced Programme.

8 Skills of Leadership

To cover the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to be an effective leader.

9 Working with Adults

To cover the underpinning functions required to work effectively as a member of an adult team.

11 Administration

To provide information and best practice on how to manage administrative tasks in Scouting.

14 Young People Today

To enable adults working with sections to identify and meet the needs of young people.

15 Challenging Behaviour

To enable adults to prevent and manage challenging behaviour in the sections.

17 Running Safe Activities

To enable adults to plan and run exciting, safe and developmental activities for the young people in their section.

SAFETY - Ongoing Safety Training

Outdoor activities, adventure and learning by doing continues to remain at the core of what Scouting excels in and young people seek.

We strongly believe that success lies in enhancing the culture of safety, such as an awareness of risk and responsibilities, and the skills to assess and manage those risks by adults and young people.

By the end of the training participants will have:

  • Revisited The Scout Association’s Safety Policy and their specific responsibilities within it
  • Revisited the five steps to risk assessment and demonstrated their continued understanding of hazard, risk and dynamic risk assessment
  • Demonstrated their continued understanding of the role of a leader in charge
  • Refreshed their knowledge of the range of support and resources available to help them carry out their responsibilities in relation to safety, including POR and activity rules
  • Revisited the reporting of near misses and of minor and serious injuries, including what to do in an emergency

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