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Links between the two schemes

Links between the two schemes

Links between the two schemes

The tables below is designed to give an indication of the potential learning in the Young Leaders’ Scheme that relates to objectives in the Adult Training Scheme.

It's important to bear in mind that completion of the Young Leaders’ Scheme cannot be used as automatic validation for any module, but it should give an indication of the prior learning that may have been gained and should be taken into consideration when agreeing the Personal Learning Plan.

The participant must show how their knowledge is applicable to their new role and validate their modules in the same way as all other learners.

Module 1 – Essential Information

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Module 3 – Tools for the Role (Section Leaders)

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Module 7 – Scouting For All

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Module 8 – Skills of leadership

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Module 9 – Working with Adults

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Module 12 (A) – Delivering a Quality Programme

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Module 12 (B) – Programme Planning

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Module 13 – Growing the section

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Module 15 – Promoting Positive Behaviour

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Module 17 – Running Safe Activities

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Module 18 – Practical skills

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Further Information

Further information on the Adult Training Scheme can be found in The Scout Association’s Adult Training Scheme, the Adult’s Personal File, Adult’s Personal File (Section Leaders) and the Training Adviser’s Guide.

Young Leaders' Scheme

Find out more about the scheme

Resources to support the scheme

Learn more about the Preparing to Lead Guidebook and the Explorer Scout Young Leader Logbook.

Discover the resources