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Training for Managers and Supporters

1 Apr 2017

Hi everyone,
SW Lakes District are running Manager & Supporter Module Training for modules 21, 23, 24, 25 & 26.
These courses are only for people who were “in role” prior to 31/1/2017. If you think you need to do these modules, or want to book on to one or more of the courses – (A)DC’s and (A)GSL’s take note! – please …

New Leadership and Management Training

21 Feb 2017

Changes to the Adult Training Scheme which effects all Managers and all those in Supporters roles came into effect at the beginning of February.
Those Managers/Supporters who are new into these roles, i.e. from the 1st February onwards, will now follow this new scheme.
Those Managers/Supporters who started their role prior to the 1st February (and the role is recorded on Compass) …

Ongoing Safeguarding Training

16 Jan 2014

As part of the requirement to complete safety and safeguarding training on a periodic basis a new, online,  Safeguarding Awareness Training course is now available.
The course has been designed using the objectives, key messages and training material produced for the face-to-face delivery of the course but tailored for online delivery.
The training should take no longer than around an hour and satisfies …

Ongoing Safety Training

28 Oct 2013

As part of the requirement to complete safety and safeguarding training on a periodic basis a new online safety training course is now available for leaders that are applying for a renewal of appointment.
The course has been designed using the objectives, key messages and training material produced for the face-to-face delivery of the course but tailored for online delivery.
The training …

Additional alternative Promise

28 Oct 2013

Following an extensive 10-month consultation process within and outside of the Movement, TSA has introduced an additional alternative version of the Scout Promise that can be taken by those without a faith for the first time in its 106-year history.
Alternative versions of the Scout Promise have been available for nearly 50 years and have been used by Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists …