Are you interested in Delivering training within the County, if so we need You.
The Delivery team is reforming and we need Presenters, Facilitators’ to enhance the training of all modules within the County.
We would appreciate leaders from the age 18 onwards, the team will guide you through Module 27,28 & 29 to ensure you have the knowledge and understanding of the Adult Training Scheme by offering specific training and support.
The training dates are now available on the booking system on the County's website, see the link below. The dates are for the core modules. Further dates for additional single modules (run either on a week day evening or on a weekend) will be added as and when organised by your Local Training Manager dependent upon need in your particular District. So if you wish to participate in a single module not listed on the website then please contact your Local Training Manager.
Adults in Scouting must hold a current first aid qualification at the time of gaining their wood badge and at appointment renewal, and they are encouraged to keep their qualification up to date, renewal every 3 years.
The minimum standard for this qualification is First Response, but higher levels of expertise are needed if the adult wishes to give first aid training or lead certain kinds of adventurous activities.
We also run extended first aid courses throughout the year which lead to a British Red Cross Practical First Aid Qualification, please look at the County Diary to see when the next course is available.
For further information on any aspect of training then please contact either of the following people:
From the 1st September 2013, all volunteers undergoing appointment reviews will be required to have completed some form of Scouting specific safety training . This training could be Module 1, Module 17, Module 23 or the ongoing learning safety training module within the last five years
The online safety training has been designed using the same objectives and key messages which underpin all scouting activities from weekly meetings to camps and adventurous activities.
Although it is not mandatory for Executive members to undertake this training it does give a good underpinning to their responsibilities under the recent changes to safety responsibilities in POR.
For the ongoing learning safety module visit here.
There is a practical skills training module being run for all of those who either need their module 18 or just want to brush up on their practical scouting skills. The course is being run by the County training team on May 11th 2013 at Paston HQ in Peterborough.
The course will be based around enabling adults to gain and develop practical scouting skills that they will be able to pass on to their young people in their sections.
As from the 1st January 2013 all adult modular training in Cambridgeshire will be free of charge to leaders at the point of delivery. This will also include 16hr First Aid Training. There will however be charges made to the group should the delegate not attend the course, without a valid reason, and for anybody else who is not a member of Cambridgeshire County Scouts. We will advise Learners that they should liaise with their GSL's before cancelling a course or not turning up.
There are currently 38 modules in the Scout Association's adult training program of which it is usual that most leaders only require to undertake modules 1 to 19, dependant on the role. See the training module matrix below.
The modules vary in content and the requirement to undertake these modules will be discussed between yourself and your training advisor whilst considering your life skills and experiences. See the link below for the overview content of each module.
Module Guidance Notes
The training requirements of an appointment have certain time scales attributed to them and these are as follows:
Modules 1, 2 and 3 - Getting Started training and needs to be completed within the first 5 months.
Modules 5 – 19 are to be completed within 3 years of your appointment.
Group Manager Roles
Module 4 together with other relevant modules from Module 20 to 25 as required.
Manager roles are supported by specialist advice and resources from Headquarters and these can be found at the following link:
The downloadable module matrix below contains further information on the modules, along with their aims, topics and methods for learning. This free resource is also available from the information centre.