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Module and Availability

Description – plus further details from the Scout Association website

7: Scouting for All »The module aims to help participants to develop a general understanding of inclusion topics and how to provide inclusive Scouting for all – click here for further details »
8: Skills of Leadership »To provide Section Leaders in Scouting with the knowledge and skills to define what leadership is, plan systematically, lead effectively by demonstrating a range of leadership styles and understand how different leadership styles impact on learning – click here for further details »
9: Working with Adults »To provide Section Leaders in Scouting with the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively with other adults and understand how teams work, including the different roles people play and how different personality types impact on teams – click here for further details »
10: First Aid »Mandatory Ongoing Learning – to be renewed every 3 years. Also serves as the validation for the Young Leader Module K. This module is either delivered as a single session as First Response training, or is split into two parts; part A covers the theory and part B is the practical validation. The modules aim to cover the skills and knowledge necessary to enable adults to manage an incident and provide basic first aid – click here for further details »
   – 10: First Response »A face-to-face session lasting 6 hours that covers modules 10a Theory & 10b Practical  – click here for further details »
   – 10a: Theory »A tutor-led webinar covering the theory parts of the First Aid module – click here for further details »
   – 10b: Practical »A face-to-face session lasting about 15-20 minutes – you must have completed module 10a before you attend 10b – click here for further details »
11: Administration »To provide information, and an opportunity to consider and learn about best practice when managing the administrative tasks required in your role – click here for further details »
12b: Programme Planning »Provides section leaders with an opportunity to plan and review a sectional programme including the use of a variety of methods to generate programme ideas – click here for further details »
13: Growing the Section »Covers ways in which an adult volunteering with a section can assist their line manager and others to plan for and contribute to the growth of their section and/or group – click here for furtherdetails »
14: Supporting Young People »To enable adult volunteers working with young people to understand and meet their needs – click here for further details »
15: Promoting Positive Behaviour »To enable adult volunteers to proactively promote positive behaviour and appropriately manage challenging behaviour in their section – click here for further details »
16: Introduction to Residential Experiences »To enable section leaders and those who may support residential experiences for young people, as part of their role in Scouting, to understand the role that residential experiences play in Scouting – click here for further details »
17: Running Safe Activities »To enable adults to plan and run exciting, safe and developmental activities for the young people in their section – click here for further details »
18:Practical Skills »For Section Leaders and Section Supporters in Scouting wishing to train, coach or otherwise help young people and adults develop practical skills. It requires participants to gain at least two new practical skills of their own – click here for further details »
19: International »To provide participants with a global focus appropriate to their section and an appreciation of the international nature of Scouting – click here for further details »
e-learning modules »A number of modules are offered as e-learning from the Scout Association website, including the mandatory Safety & Safeguarding training courses.