ADULTS IN SCOUTING
Scouting depends on volunteers like you!
- There are many roles in Scouting so we can use many different skills.
- Anyone over 18 can help out as an adult volunteer in Scouting. There is no upper age limit.
- Volunteering is flexible. You can decide how much time you can give.
- We will provide training and support. So no experience of Scouting is necessary.
- You will meet new people and learn new things.
Find out more about:
Want to talk to someone directly about volunteering to help?
You can contact Mike Treanor, Scouting Support Officer,
at 07432866520 or Michael.Treanor@sesscouts.org.uk
He would be very happy to chat with you about what opportunities are available across the whole Region, how much time would be involved and how the leader training could assist you.
Thinking differently about Volunteering
News items for Volunteers
Over the weekend 22nd-24th February, Craigalmond District held their annual training event at Bonaly Scout Centre. The event was attended by over 80 adults from throughout the District and offered a range of training. It was run on a drop-in basis with some...
If not, please sign up now for a course, just click on https://sesscouts.org.uk/adult-training/. If none are available or suit you, just contact your District Commissioner or ADC Training to ask me for a safeguarding course to be run. We can run a course in any...
Could you Suggest South East Scotland’s Regional Ambassador – and be in with a chance of a £25 prize?
We can’t all be like UK Scout Ambassador Tim Peake, but there are people in our Region who could do a great job of raising Scouting's profile in South East Scotland. Could you win a prize for suggesting the name of someone who would be happy to become our Regional...
Following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in May 2018, Scout HQ introduced a new mandatory training module on the subject. While new volunteers have this module automatically added to the Getting Started set of modules they need to...
Applications for this post have now closed. We hope to let you know the outcome of the interviews by the middle of December 2018.
October saw members from across the Region as well as invited guests come to hear the good news about what had been happening in South East Scotland in 2017-18. Our Annual Report highlights a number of the Region's achievements. A varied and full programme for the...
September saw members from across the Region taking advantage of the opportunity to share their priorities for Scouting in South East Scotland and ideas for how the Region can best support its adult volunteers. Three events were held in Edinburgh, Midlothian and East...
Do you know someone who deserves a special THANK YOU? by Margery Naylor, Regional Commissioner If you do, please recommend them for an award. There is a range of awards in Scouting and I can assist you to make an application for someone who has made a real...
Following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), introduced in the UK through the Data Protection Act 2018 earlier this year, the Regional Executive tasked its Risk and Audit Committee to establish an updated Data Protection Policy to...
Insurance cover for children (under 18 years old) who are not Members of The Scout Association, but who attend, or take part in, weekly meetings or events. Continue Reading Non Member Children Insurance