04: Tools for the Role (Managers and Supporters)
Tools for the Role (Managers and Supporters) is a mandatory module for those who hold a Manager or Supporter role in Scouting.
Note: this module requires validation by a training advisor
Tools for the Role (Managers and Supporters) is a mandatory module for those who hold a Manager or Supporter role in Scouting. It covers the key information about the individual’s role, areas of responsibility and where they can find further information and support. Topics covered:
- Role responsibilities and responsibilities of those they line manage or work closely with
- Six areas of leadership and management
- Managing time and personal skills
- Ensuring quality programme
Learning methods available:
- Small group
- One to one
Course, small group or one to one:
Module 4 is available to be completed as a course, in a small group or one to one. Please contact your local training team or speak to your Training Adviser for more information, including dates of local courses.
Module 4 is also available as e-learning. This e-learning will function on a range of devices and systems, detailed in the FAQs Module 4: Tools for the Role.
Accessing resources within this e-learning
Within this e-learning you will find a list of resources to aid the learning. The following links are not accessible within the e-learning, please access these specific resources via the links below.
The Quality Programme Checker is a tool designed to help you check that you’re delivering a quality programme to the young people in your section.
It uses a Red Amber Green (RAG) system to show what you’re doing well and where the programme could be even better.
Click on the links below for the Quality Programme Checkers for each section:
Don't forget to use the programme planning tool.
We would strongly advise you to watch the how-to guide video for using e-learning before you begin the e-learning.
Please note: If you are unable to print your certificate for any reason please save it as a .png file or take a screen shot of the page. Please do not save the web link as an alternative to printing the certificate, as this will expire once you leave the browser and your certificate will be lost. If your certificate will not load and only shows a blank screen please take a screenshot of the final page prior to selecting the certificate as proof of learning. This can be shared with your Training Adviser when you meet to discuss the learning and validate the module.
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