Scouting in the UK is currently Yellow. This means section meetings can take place outdoors or indoors. Residential activities restricted to a maximum of 6.

Training

Once you have finished the relevant training and received your certificate, email it to [email protected] for it to be updated on your record.

For further information on the training requirements for specific roles, please refer to the Scouts’ Adult Training Scheme pages on scouts.org.uk/volunteers.learning-development-and-awards/ .

Training Modules

To provide all adults in Scouting with the essential information needed to get started in their role.


To provide the basic information on the individual’s role or area of responsibility and some practical help to get the individual started in the role.


To provide key information about the individual’s role, areas of responsibility and where they can find further information and support.


To explore the Fundamentals of Scouting and the Religious Policy, and their relationship with delivering a quality Programme for young people.


To provide Leaders, Managers and Supporters with information about how to deliver quality Scouting to young people, and how we ensure it meets their needs. This module is recommended as a priority.


To provide all adults in Scouting with an understanding of what the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) means for them, their Scout Group, District and County and how to effectively align with it.


To provide the Charity or managing Trustees with information on their legal responsibilities and current regulations.


To provide all adults in Scouting with an understanding of safety practice and responsibility as a member of Scouts, to keep everyone safe. This module is to be renewed every 3 years.


To provide all adults in Scouting with an understanding of safeguarding practice and responsibilities as a member of Scouts, to keep everyone safe. This module is to be renewed every 3 years.