#SkillsForLife

starts at any age

What we do...

The Adult Development Team is here to support you in your role, whether you are a Leader or Manager, Executive member, Active Support Member or Occasional Helper. As a team we cover:

The Scout Association’s Modular Training Scheme for Leaders and Managers, including First Aid training.

On-going mandatory training in Safeguarding and Safety together with other associated topical training.

Co-ordination of Active Support Units

Advice on delivering Scouting for those with Special Needs

Advice and support for delivering inclusive Scouting

Advice and support relating to health and safety matters

The aim of our friendly and approachable the team is to share and increase the knowledge and skills of all adults within the County. We all, whatever our role, have something to contribute to this objective.

Join the team...

There are a wide range of roles, open to all applicants. Many roles could be carried out by adults with other roles in Scouting – you don’t need to give up a local role you love to help support other adults in the County. But if you fancy a change or a new challenge we can also offer this.

Training Advisers

Modular Training Presenters & Facilitators

Safeguarding and Safety Awareness Presenters

First Aid Trainers

Want to join the team delivering #SkillsForLife to our volunteers?

6 - 8 years

Make friends and try new indoor and outdoor activities

8 - 10 1/2 years

Learn practical skills while having adventures with friends

10 1/2 - 14 years

Build confidence, resilience and a sense of adventure

14 - 18 years

Take the lead, work together and embrace new experiences

18 - 25 years

Hone employability skills and achieve top awards

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Contact Us

County Office, Well End 

Activity Centre, Borehamwood,

Herts, WD6 5PR

0208 236 0040

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