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Training diary. - currently suspended

We anticipate the return of face to face Adult Training shortly.

At this time we are still being asked to take the opportunity to complete as much training as possible on line. In particular we are still required to keep our Safety and Safeguarding training up to date, please see links below if you require to update either of these modules. If your first Aid has or is due to expire please see notes below.

Getting Started - Modules 1 & 3, GDPR, Safety, Safeguarding

Modules 1 Essential Information & 3 Tools for the Role plus the other 3 modules make up what is known as the Getting Started part of your Scout Training. This is supposed to be done within 5 months of your initial appointment. This period can only be renewed once for a further 5 months at the discretion of the District Commissioner.

These modules are all available online at:

https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteers/learning-development-and-awards/training/learners/modules/getting-started-training/

Section Leaders and Assistants must also discuss their future training with their Training Adviser (TA) this is known as Module 2. You should have been informed of your TA following your meeting with the Appointments Sub-Committee.

Any questions contact Fiona & Hamish at fdstrainers@outlook.com

First Response opportunities in the coming months:

Date         Place                           Contact

 

Please note that you are now required to maintain a minimum of your First Response at all times.

Please note that all face to face courses are now being organised.

The Scout Association has updated its first aid training requirements. It has now been split into parts 10a (theory, which confusingly is made up of parts a,b&c below)) and 10b (practical).

10 b opportunities are detailed below.

Whilst it has been difficult to complete First Aid training during the pandemic, if yours has expired then you now only have until January 2022 to renew it.

First Response Courses
Following the latest guidance from Scouts Scotland and the move to “beyond level zero” we are now in the position to restart F2F training.
The priority will be First Response Practical Sessions – 10B
** You must have completed the three 10A sessions prior to coming along **
The following dates / times are available. There are six places on each session.
Other dates will be available soon.
 
Sunday 29th August – 16th Laurieston Scout Hall
 
Thursday 2nd September – 16th Laurieston Scout Hall

Wood Badge Modules

We anticipate face to face training will resume shortly. In the mean time it is still possible to complete some modules on line or as work books.

A number of modules are available as eLearning: 5 & 12a.

A number of modules can be completed by workbooks: 7,11,13,14,15 & 17.

The regional training team will be meeting shortly to plan dates for the coming session.

Remember you require to complete your Wood Badge within 3 years of joining the Movement or taking up appointment. Follow the links to find out more.

https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteers/learning-development-and-awards/training/learners/modules/training-for-all-appointments/

https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteers/learning-development-and-awards/training/learners/modules/section-leader-training/

 

LEADER TRAINING DATES
 
New dates for the coming session should be available soon.
 
 
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask:
training@frscouts.org.uk