Managers and Supporters

Manager and Supported training is agreed with the training adviser as part of Module 2 and typically contains the modules shown below. Expand each module to see more information or dates for County courses; if no dates is shown please contact your training adviser or your Districts Local Training Manager.

Module 1: Essential Information

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

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

There are no upcoming events at this time


Module 2: Personal Learning Plan

To create a plan for an individual’s learning based on the requirements of the job and taking into account the individual’s needs.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

There are no upcoming events at this time


Module 4: Tools for the Role (Managers and Supporters)

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

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

There are no upcoming events at this time


Module 5: The Fundamentals of Scouting

To explore the Fundamentals of Scouting and the Religious Policy; and consider their relationship with the quality programme delivered to young people.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

06 October 2019

The Fundamentals of Scouting (Module 5)

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Lodge Hill Centre, Lodge Hill, Watersfield, Watersfield
Pulborough, West Sussex RH20 1LZ United Kingdom
+ Google Map
Free

Module 6: Changes in Scouting

To provide an overview of the Movement’s history focusing on its development to meet the changing needs of society.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

There are no upcoming events at this time


Module 7: Scouting for All

To provide an introduction to equal opportunities and practical advice about how to make Scouting inclusive for all.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

There are no upcoming events at this time


Module 10: First Aid

To cover the skills and knowledge necessary to enable adults to manage an incident and provide basic First Aid.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

13 October 2019

First Aid (Module 10) Littlehampton

8:45 am - 4:00 pm
4th Littlehampton Martin Sanders Scout Hall, Linden Park, East Ham Road, East Ham Road
Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 7BH United Kingdom
+ Google Map
Free
14 October 2019

First Aid (Module 10) Burgess Hill

October 14 - October 15
14 / 15 October 2019, Station Road
Burgess Hill, West Sussex RH15 9EN United Kingdom
+ Google Map
Free
19 October 2019

First Aid (Module 10) Chichester

8:45 am - 4:00 pm
12th Chichester Scout HQ, Sherborne Road
Chichester, West Sussex PO19 3AA United Kingdom
+ Google Map
Free

Module 11: Administration

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

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes

06 October 2019

Administration (Module 11)

1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Lodge Hill Centre, Lodge Hill, Watersfield, Watersfield
Pulborough, West Sussex RH20 1LZ United Kingdom
+ Google Map
Free

Module: Skills Of Management

Objectives – By the end of the course, participants will be able 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 within a team.
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses in their team and how to build upon these.
  • Facilitate team development.
  • Plan and run effective meetings.
  • Facilitate constructive communication and discussion.
  • Plan and manage effective inductions.
  • Apply effective learning and relationship building.
  • Identify steps to implement their personal action plan.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes


Module: Achieving Growth

Objectives – By the end of the course, participants will be able 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.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes


Module: Meeting the Challenges

Objectives – By the end of the course, participants will be able 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.

Supporting Resources:
e-Learning and notes