Resources to support adult training modules
You’ll find links and resources here to back up the training you’ve completed as an adult volunteer in Scouting.
General resources you may be referred to in a training course:
Adults Personal File for Section Leader (2019 version)
Hereford and Worcester County website (you’re on it!)
Scouting for All (7)
Black Lives Matter information for Black History Month
The Scouts Equal Opportunities Policy
A whole host of information from The Scouts website on how we can support Scouting for All.
You may consider signing up for Module 36 – Adjustments to Scouts for ongoing learning – more information on this Module can be found here.
Scouting History – when did Scouting admit girls?
Learning about intersectionality
World Scouting – HeforShe Initiative
Pack from Val discussed at course on 28/10/20 Module 7 – resource pack
This page on The Scouts website has all sorts of information to help you with administration.
Information about Scout Insurance – scoutshw.org.uk/…/insomniacs_guide_Sept_2010.pdf
The learning for Module 11 can be completed by workbook, which is available here.
The slides from the module delivered on 7th Sept 2020 and 10th Feb 2021 are here: Administration – 11
Delivering a Quality Programme (12A)
Slide deck from training on 16th September 20 and 2nd Feb 21 – Quality Programme 12A – no videos
Module 12B – Programme Planning
Module 12B slide deck from course on 7th October 2020
Module 13 – Growing the Section
(All links in this section update 20th March 21)
Opportunities to Grow
All the information on Scouts.org about growth, recruitment and retention
Active Recruitment factsheet (adults and young people)
Recruitment and Retention of Adults
Lots of excellent resources and guidance on recruiting and retaining adults
Some great information on recruiting parent helpers to leaders – even during the pandemic!
Factsheet on running a recruitment event (a bit out of date)
The Review Process
Recruitment and Retention of Young people
Planning for Growth
Here’s the slide deck I used for this training on 19th October 2020 and 17th March 2021: Module 13
Module 14 – Supporting Young People
My Body, My Choice – resource for Explorer Scouts and Leaders
Stay Safe leaflets for each Section – no longer available as a printed leaflet but still able to be downloaded from “How can I best communicate…” on this page.
The learning for this module can also be done by completing this workbook.
Further information on all the areas covered in this training:
Supporting Young People 14used on course on 30th March 2021
Module 15 – Promoting Positive Behaviour
Module 16 – Introduction to Residential Experiences
Module 17 – Running Safe Activities
(all links last checked and updated 22nd April 2021)
Scouts InTouch procedure information
Information and Guidance on Adult Groups in Adventurous Activities in Scouting
Scout Practical Tips on Safety
Scout Activity Finder – (each activity entry includes safety hints, any relevant activity rules, whether a permit is required etc)
Powerpoint used in the training: Module 17
Module 18 – Practical Skills
Not many resources for this one.
Here’s the Powerpoint I used in the training: Module 18 which includes the video for the Alpine Butterfly knot.
The Facebook Group John told us about – encouraging crafts etc using recycled materials.
Module 19 – International
Here’s the slide deck I used in the training: PP December 2020
Module 25 – Assessing Learning
Appointments Table 2 – where you find out the minimum training requirements for a role
Assessment Checklist for Nights Away ac120900-assessment-checklist-for-a-nights-away-permit-jan-19-1 (1)
The role description for a Nights Away Adviser can be found here.
The role description for an Activity Assessor can be found here under County Assessor