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Scout Active Support allows people to give their time to Scouting on a flexible basis.
This interactive PDF allows to you save and chart your progress through the Adult Training modules.
Info on the Adventurous Activity Permit Scheme
Badges and awards for Scottish Scouts
Special Needs support from SHQ
Support for Global Activites
Support for Duke of Edinburgh Award
These free resources will be useful for working towards various nature-orientated Activity Badges.
Information on how Scouting helps young people achieve both in school and out.
The Scottish Development Fund exists to provide financial support to Scouting projects across Scotland
The CashBack for Communities Small Grants Scheme offers funding of up to £2000 to increase the provision of positive activities available to young people through local youth groups.
Details on our Adult Training.
Find out more about our policies.
Support and information for Office Bearers.
Documents of The Scottish Council.
Whatever your skills, experience and interests, we can find a role for you!
Scottish Headquarters has materials and expertise to help you recruit additional adult volunteers to grow Scouting in your area.
Meggernie is hosting a leaders only weekend from 30 Aug to 1 Sept
Lochgoilhead National Activity Centre is offering a 5 day camp for Cubs from 14th – 20th July 2013
The latest announcement from Disclosure Scotland on retrospective checking reads:
Disclosure Scotland regrets that it is still not in a position to announce a definite date for the commencement of Retrospective Checking, although we hope to do so in the near future.
Before we announce this date, we wish to be confident that when the Retrospective Checking process begins, the PVG system is fully capable of handling the anticipated additional volumes, in addition to ongoing new membership applications.
When we do decide the date, we will allow, as part of the decision, time for organisations to prepare themselves for this process.
In the meantime, clarification has been received with respect to the position of adult members who leave Scouting, having previously received a Disclosure for a role in Scouting, and who are now seeking to re-join the Movement in an adult volunteer capacity following a break in service. With immediate effect, such adults, whose previous role have been cancelled, will be regarded as making a new offer of volunteer service should they wish to re-join the Movement, and must complete a PVG Scheme application as part of the appointment process.
For Appointment Secretaries: in future, when sending in PVG applications, please attach a brief note to indicate that the applicant has left the Movement and is wishing to re-join.