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Volunteering at Scouts is changing to help us reach more young people

Volunteering is changing to help us reach more young people

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First Response Train the Trainer

We are looking at ways that we can help more volunteers gain the skills to become First Response Trainers and help run First Response courses in their local areas.

We're running a pilot First Aid at Work course which will include additional Scout related elements (such as Meningitis, Sepsis and child CPR) and covers the required learning for a First Response Trainer. The course will also offer useful hints and tips on how to deliver First Response to volunteers locally. 

The pilot will take place on 9-10 March at Gilwell Park, with a plan to run more courses across the UK in the future. The course will cost £150 per person to cover the course fees, administration and lunch on both days. Travel, accommodation and other meals will not be covered.  

If you want to take part

If you’re interested in taking part in this opportunity, please contact your County/Area/Region Training Manager who’ll have a chat with you about what the role involves locally and how you can help, before they submit your request. Once we have a better picture of numbers, we’ll be in touch to confirm spaces and further details. 

First Response Train the TrainerSat 9th – Sun 10th March 2024 Add to calendar

This is a blended learning course and six hours of eLearning, which will need to be completed prior to the face to face course start date at Gilwell Park.

9:00am - 5:00pm

Book by contacting your County/Area/Region Training Manager who'll have a chat about what the role of First Response Trainer involves and how you can help. 

Gilwell Park, E4 7QW

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£150 per person