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Module 10 First Response  Event Almost Full
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Minimum First Aid requirement for Woodbadge
Mandatory ongoing learning required every 3 years
Module 08 & 09
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Skills of Leadership / Working with Adults

To introduce models, tools and techniques that will enable adults to be effective leaders of other adults and of young people.

Systematic planning
Theory of leadership
Leadership styles

To understand the underlying functions required to work effectively as a member of an adult team.

Effective communication
Listening skills
Decision making structures
Representing others
Modules 14 & 15
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Supporting Young People / Promoting Positive Behaviour

To enable adult volunteers working with young people, to understand and meet their needs.

Characteristics and development of young people
External influences on young people
Creating a supportive environment for young people
Responding to issues affecting young people

To enable adult volunteers to proactively promote positive behaviour and appropriately manage challenging behaviour in their section.

Defining challenging behaviour
Planning for positive behaviour; principles and strategies
Responding to challenging behaviour
Additional help and support for challenging behaviour
Meeting the Challenges (Managers & Supporters only)
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

To book a place on this course please go to the following link:-

https://bookwhen.com/eofetraining

Before booking on this course, please complete the required independent learning and check with your TA/LTM you require this course to validate your training.

The Independent Learning can be found on this link:-https://members.scouts.org.uk/supportresources/4660

This skills course will help to:-
Identify causes of conflict and define appropriate strategies to resolve it.
Apply The Scout Association’s dispute, suspension and complaints procedures in an effective manner to real situations.
Apply The Scout Association’s safeguarding procedures to real situations.
Carry out challenging reviews.
Prioritise the different challenges faced in their role.
Identify steps to implement their personal action plan.
Module 10  Event Full
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Minimum First Aid requirement for Woodbadge
Mandatory ongoing learning required every 3 years
Module 11
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Administration for all roles.

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

Administrative tasks and record keeping
Member record management and the Data Protection Act/ General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Financial responsibilities and best practice
Insurance arrangements
Modules 16 & 17
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Introduction to Residential Experiences / Running Safe Activities

These modules will enable adults who may support residential experiences for young people, to understand the purpose that residential experiences play in Scouting, and how to run activities safely.

These modules are required to complete Woodbadge training.

If you are wishing to obtain a Nights Away Permit you will need to attend Module 38 - Skills for Residential Experiences.
Modules 12A, 12B & 19
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

12A - Delivering A Quality Programme
12B - Programme Planning
19 - International

If you only require Module 12A - Delivering a Quality Programme, there is a break at the end of this session, just before lunch, when you are free to leave. However, you may be interested in the other modules to better understand planning within the sections. These can be recorded as on going learning hours.
Modules 7 & 13
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Scouting For All / Growing the Section

To promote the policies of The Scout Association that encourage inclusion and to consider how the individual, in their role, can help make Scouting accessible to all.

Topics Included:
Diversity and inclusion – The Scout Association’s policies
Diversity and inclusion – your own thoughts
How you in your role can make Scouting accessible to all
Social, cultural and religious diversity

To cover ways in which an adult volunteering in a section can assist their line manager and others to plan for and contribute to the growth of their section and/or group.

The importance of growth in Scouting
Recruitment and retention of young people
Recruitment and retention of adults
Tools and support to help develop the sections
Module 25 for Managers, Supporters & Training Advisers
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

To provide skills and knowledge required to support, validate and assess adults in The
Scout Association’s Adult Training Scheme
Executive Training
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

This course is for executive committee members. The training covers trustee responsibilities, legal requirements, where to find support, fundraising rules. This also covers the learning requirements of Module 1E.
Safeguarding
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

It is a requirement for all adults in Scouting to have undertaken "approved safeguarding training" at least every five years. This is monitored at the point of appointment review.
Skills of Management (Managers & Supporters only)
Where: Cambridgeshire TBC

NOTE: This course will be held in Cambridgeshire
To book a place on this course, please go to the following link:-

https://bookwhen.com/eofetraining

Before booking on this course, please complete the required independent learning and check with your TA/LTM you require this course to validate your training.

The Independent Learning can be found on this link:-https://members.scouts.org.uk/supportresources/4660


This skills course will help to:-
Describe their preferred leadership style and explain how this impacts on how they work with others.
Demonstrate how to adapt their leadership style as appropriate to different situations in Scouting.
Apply effective and appropriate communication techniques to meet the needs of the intended audience.
Use active listening techniques and provide constructive feedback.
Carry out effective reviews with team members.
Apply basic coaching techniques and work with others to identify and develop their potential in Scouting.
Motivate individuals withi
Modules 7 & 13
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Scouting For All / Growing the Section

To promote the policies of The Scout Association that encourage inclusion and to consider how the individual, in their role, can help make Scouting accessible to all.

Topics Included:
Diversity and inclusion – The Scout Association’s policies
Diversity and inclusion – your own thoughts
How you in your role can make Scouting accessible to all
Social, cultural and religious diversity

To cover ways in which an adult volunteering in a section can assist their line manager and others to plan for and contribute to the growth of their section and/or group.

The importance of growth in Scouting
Recruitment and retention of young people
Recruitment and retention of adults
Tools and support to help develop the sections
Module 10
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Minimum First Aid requirement for Woodbadge
Mandatory ongoing learning required every 3 years
Safeguarding
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

It is a requirement for all adults in Scouting to have undertaken "approved Safeguarding training" at least every five years. This is monitored at the point of appointment review.
Modules 08 & 09
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Skills of Leadership / Working with Adults

To introduce models, tools and techniques that will enable adults to be effective leaders of other adults and of young people.

Systematic planning
Theory of leadership
Leadership styles

To understand the underlying functions required to work effectively as a member of an adult team.

Effective communication
Listening skills
Decision making structures
Representing others
Module 16 & 17
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Introduction to Residential Experiences / Running Safe Activities

These modules will enable adults who may support residential experiences for young people, to understand the purpose that residential experiences play in Scouting, and how to run activities safely.

These modules are required to complete Woodbadge training.

If you are wishing to obtain a Nights Away Permit you will need to attend Module 38 - Skills for Residential Experiences.
Module 12A, 12B & 19
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

12A - Delivering A Quality Programme
12B - Programme Planning
19 - International

If you only require Module 12A - Delivering a Quality Programme, there is a break at the end of this session, just before lunch, when you are free to leave. However, you may be interested in the other modules to better understand planning within the sections. These can be recorded as on going learning hours.
Modules 14 & 15
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Supporting Young People / Promoting Positive Behaviour

To enable adult volunteers working with young people, to understand and meet their needs.

Characteristics and development of young people
External influences on young people
Creating a supportive environment for young people
Responding to issues affecting young people

To enable adult volunteers to proactively promote positive behaviour and appropriately manage challenging behaviour in their section.

Defining challenging behaviour
Planning for positive behaviour; principles and strategies
Responding to challenging behaviour
Additional help and support for challenging behaviour
Module 11
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Administration for all roles.

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

Administrative tasks and record keeping
Member record management and the Data Protection Act/ General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Financial responsibilities and best practice
Insurance arrangements
Module 18
Where: The Leslie Sell Activity Centre, Molivers Lane, Bromham Bedford, MK43 8LD. UK

Practical Skills
This is 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.

Each participant must prepare a practical skill to teach to another person.
They must bring with them any equipment, material or resources required.
Modules 08 & 09
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Skills of Leadership / Working with Adults

To introduce models, tools and techniques that will enable adults to be effective leaders of other adults and of young people.

Systematic planning
Theory of leadership
Leadership styles

To understand the underlying functions required to work effectively as a member of an adult team.

Effective communication
Listening skills
Decision making structures
Representing others
Modules 12A, 12B, & 19
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

12A - Delivering A Quality Programme
12B - Programme Planning
19 - International

If you only require Module 12A - Delivering a Quality Programme, there is a break at the end of this session, just before lunch, when you are free to leave. However, you may be interested in the other modules to better understand planning within the sections. These can be recorded as on going learning hours.
Modules 14 & 15
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Supporting Young People / Promoting Positive Behaviour

To enable adult volunteers working with young people, to understand and meet their needs.

Characteristics and development of young people
External influences on young people
Creating a supportive environment for young people
Responding to issues affecting young people

To enable adult volunteers to proactively promote positive behaviour and appropriately manage challenging behaviour in their section.
Defining challenging behaviour
Planning for positive behaviour; principles and strategies
Responding to challenging behaviour
Additional help and support for challenging behaviour
Achieving Growth (Managers & Supporters only)
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

To book a place on this course please go to the following link:-

https://bookwhen.com/eofetraining

Before booking on this course, please complete the required independent learning and check with your TA/LTM you require this course to validate your training.

The Independent Learning can be found on this link:-https://members.scouts.org.uk/supportresources/4660

This skills course will help to:-
Produce an effective development plan to identify and promote growth in local Scouting.
Plan and use effective recruitment techniques.
Identify situations where change is needed and apply effective change management techniques to local Scouting situations.
Identify opportunities for flexible volunteering and support, and practice this in the recruitment and retention of adult Members.
Identify steps to implement their personal action plan.
Modules 16 & 17
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Introduction to Residential Experiences / Running Safe Activities

These modules will enable adults who may support residential experiences for young people, to understand the purpose that residential experiences play in Scouting, and how to run activities safely.

These modules are required to complete Woodbadge training.

If you are wishing to obtain a Nights Away Permit you will need to attend Module 38 - Skills for Residential Experiences.
Modules 07 & 13
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Scouting For All / Growing the Section

To promote the policies of The Scout Association that encourage inclusion and to consider how the individual, in their role, can help make Scouting accessible to all.

Topics Included:
Diversity and inclusion – The Scout Association’s policies
Diversity and inclusion – your own thoughts
How you in your role can make Scouting accessible to all
Social, cultural and religious diversity

To cover ways in which an adult volunteering in a section can assist their line manager and others to plan for and contribute to the growth of their section and/or group.

The importance of growth in Scouting
Recruitment and retention of young people
Recruitment and retention of adults
Tools and support to help develop the sections
Module 11
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

Administration for all roles.

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

Administrative tasks and record keeping
Member record management and the Data Protection Act/ General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Financial responsibilities and best practice
Insurance arrangements
Safeguarding
Where: Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, MK45 1AH

It is a requirement for all adults in Scouting to have undertaken "approved safeguarding training" at least every five years. This is monitored at the point of appointment review.
Executive Training
Where: The Leslie Sell Activity Centre, Molivers Lane, Bromham Bedford, MK43 8LD. UK

This course is for executive committee members. The training covers trustee responsibilities, legal requirements, where to find support, fundraising rules. This also covers the learning requirements of Module 1E.
Module 38
Where: The Leslie Sell Activity Centre, Molivers Lane, Bromham Bedford, MK43 8LD. UK

Skills for Residential Experiences

To provide adults with the appropriate skills to plan and run successful residential experiences for the young people in their section.

This Module will provide you with the skills required to obtain a Nights Away Permit to enable you to take the young people on a residential experience.

If you wish to attend this Module, you are required to attend a planning meeting which will be held on Sunday 20th September 2020 from 14:00 - 17:00 at The Leslie Sell Activity Centre, Molivers Lane, Bromham Bedford, MK43 8LD

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