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The different groups involved

Adults

Scouting depends on the efforts of many adults – volunteers and parents. This section of the website provides information for all the different groups involved:

  • Leaders (who usually wear a uniform)
  • Helpers
  • Other volunteers not directly involved with young people
  • Parents

 

 

Eight Years of Growth!

We're absolutely delighted with the figures returned by our annual Census of Membership, carried out at the start of this year, which show an eighth consecutive year of growth! For the eighth consecutive year Scouting has grown in South East Scotland - youth members...

Training for Appointments Committees

Did you know that an Appointments Committee is mandatory for each District? It exists to assist with the process of appointing adults in Scouting. The purpose of the appointment process is to ensure that all those adults that the Movement accepts as volunteers are fit...

Welcome to Our New ARC Adult Training

We're delighted to announce the appointment of Margery Naylor as our new Assistant Regional Commissioner for Adult Training. Margery takes on the ARC Adult Training role following the departure of Graham Mann from the role at the end of 2016.  Margery has been part of...

Pentland DC – Volunteer Vacancy

There will be a vacancy for the role of District Commissioner from April 2017 Jenny Tait McGillivray the current DC will have completed her 5 year appointment and has decided not to renew the appointment. In line with the usual practice nominations are invited from...

Meet the Staff Team

There have been a few changes to the staff team over the last year and we would like to introduce you to everyone!  The staff team supports the region and the 3 Centres ensuring that they are run efficiently. The new person leading the team is Gillian Fraser, our...

Adult Training Update

In September 2016, Graham Mann took on the role of Assistant Regional Commissioner for Adult Training and looks forward to carrying on the great work Ken Thomson has done over the years. Training is an important element for everyone working in the South East Region...

Adult Training Charges

Adult training in South East Scotland Region will carry no charge with effect from 1 August 2016. The decision applies to training run by the Region: Modules from 5 - 19 (including module 10) Modules 20 - 26 Modules 27 - 38 Safeguarding Executive Ad hoc local...