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Title: Young Leaders


1
Young Leaders Training
  • Getting Started (Module A)

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Introduction
  • Where are we?
  • What are we going to think about?
  • Ask Questions!

3
What is Scouting all about?
  • Fun,
  • Challenge,
  • Learning,
  • Activity,
  • Friendship,
  • Achievement.

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Purpose
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Challenge without Risk?
  • Why do people go on fairground rides?
  • Why do people parachute, abseil, cave, go-kart,
    etc.?
  • They want the adrenalin rush of taking risks.

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Scouting and Risk
  • We aim to be challenging,
  • to give a sense of achievement,
  • where the risks are understood,
  • and we know the young people are safe.
  • We want them to experience and understand risk
    too.

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Three key risks
  • Physical harm,
  • Opportunity for abuse,
  • Accusation of abuse.

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What is abuse?
  • Sexual,
  • Physical,
  • Mental,
  • Psychological,
  • Discrimination.

9
Whats important?
  • Sort the statements into order of importance.

10
Orange Card
  • Protects young people,
  • Protects you.

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Scenarios
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Work as a team
  • If you think you are going to be alone with a
    young person, ask another leader to come too or
    watch,
  • If you see another leader getting into a
    situation can you protect them by moving or
    watching?

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What do you do if.
  • A young person tells you about abuse outside
    Scouting?
  • A young person accuses another leader of abuse?
  • You are accused?

14
Risk Assessments
  • What are the risks?
  • How likely are they?
  • What harm might occur?
  • How can you minimise the risks?
  • Do all the leaders know is it written down?

15
What do you do in your meetings?
  • Games and activities?
  • What are the risks?
  • How can you manage the risks?

16
Some crazy examples!
  • Real photos(?)

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10th Place!
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9th Place!
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8th Place!
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7th Place!
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6th Place!
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5th Place!
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4th Place!
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3rd Place!
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2nd Place!
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and 1st Place!
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Risk Assessment Summary
  • Identify how people may come to harm,
  • Think about how likely it is,
  • What can you change to make it safer?
  • How can you minimise harm?
  • Write it down!

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POR and all that!
  • Policy, Organisation and Rules
  • www.scouts.org.uk
  • Factsheets
  • Really helpful information
  • Information Centre

39
Whats next?
  • Modules B-J
  • Module K (First Response)
  • Missions
  • 3 Indoor Activities/Evenings
  • 3 Outdoor Activities/Evenings
  • Young Leader Belt

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The big change!
  • You are no longer members of the section,
  • You are part of the Leadership team,
  • Beavers, Cubs and Scouts will follow your
    example,
  • You are now different to them it can be hard!

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Young Leaders Training
  • Questions
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