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Woodbadge Training – Section Leaders…

The Residential Woodbadge Training will be held on the following weekends.

. Cub Leaders, Friday 11th May – Sunday 13th May 2018
. Scout & Explorer Scout Leaders, Friday 18th – Sunday 20th May 2018

Please book at the appropriate link below and post in payment for £30.00 to The Scout Association, 109 Old Milltown Road, Belfast, BT8 7SP. Cheques payable to Northern Ireland Scout Council. Credit/Debit card payments can be taken at the Scout Office 028 9049 2829.

Cub Leaders
https://cub-leaders-residential.eventbrite.co.uk
Closing date 7th May 2018

Scout & Explorer Scout Leaders
https://scout-and-explorer-leaders-residential.eventbrite.co.uk
Closing date 14th May 2018

The following Modules will be covered during the Residential Training:
Module 17 – Running Safe Activities
To enable adults to plan and run exciting, safe and developmental activities outdoors for the young people in their Section.

Module 38 – Skills for Residential Experiences
To enable adults to acquire the appropriate skills to plan and run successful residential experiences for the young people in their Section

Module 19 – International
To provide an international focus appropriate to their Section and appreciate the global nature of Scouting.
May I encourage you all to avail of the support for your role through the Scout Association Adult Training Scheme.

Click the link below for the current Woodbadge Training application form and information.

WbadgeTrg Application Form March 2018

The District Training Managers continue to deliver the Getting Started modules – module 1, Essential Information, module 2, Personal Learning Plan and module 3, Tools for the Role (Section Leaders).

Validation of Training Modules

The Scout Association aims to ensure that adults are able to meet a high standard in their role. However the training it provides is only one piece of the jigsaw. All the training does is help adults learn the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to carry out their role. The adults themselves have to put that learning into practice, perhaps with support and feedback from a line manager or Training Adviser. The next piece of the jigsaw is to assess whether or not the adult is actually using the learning to the standard required. In Scouting we call this process validation.

The process of validation involves comparing what the adult does against a set requirement and deciding whether their performance matches the requirement.
Based upon the validation decision, further plans can then be made to develop or manage the adult.

Download the Fact sheet on Validation processes and guidelines here:

Validation processes and guidelines

Download the Woodbadge Validation documents here:

module 1 – essential information

module 2 – Personal Learning Plan

module 3 – tools for the role section leaders

module 5 – fundamental values of scouting

module 6 – changes in scouting

module 7 – scouting for all

module 8 – skills of leadership

module 9 – working with adults

module 10 – first aid

module 11 – administration

module 12(a) – delivering a quality programme

module 12(b) – programme planning

module 13 – growing the section

module 14 – supporting young people

module 15 – promoting positive behaviour

module 16 – intro to residential experiences

module 17 – running safe activities

module 18 – practical skills

module 19 – international

module 36 – special needs

module 38 – skills for a residential experience

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