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Killay Scout and Cub Scout leaders and helpers and committee members

Scouts Cymru

Killay

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Scouting offers a fantastic programme of activities to children and young people aged 6 and upwards. It's about fun, adventure, making friends and becoming a positive role model. We need your help to continue offering these opportunities to young people in Killay. We are currently looking for volunteers to work with our Scouts (aged 10 1/2 to 14) as well as a scout group manager. We're also looking for people to join our group committee to support the adventure behind the scenes. Free training is provided and some can be accredited. It's a great way to boost your CV, learn new skills, make friends and give something back to your community. For an informal chat about the roles available get in touch with Helen, the local Scouts Development officer - she'd love to hear from you. To see more about this, and loads of other Scouting volunteer opportunities, head over to http://vacancies.scoutscymru.org.uk/


Checklist:

/ Working with children and/or vulnerable adults

/ Group activity



Premises type: Community Hall / Centre


Public transport: Accessible by local transport

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Is this role flexible? Yes, you can volunteer weekly or on a rota basis or even on an ad hoc basis in some cases e.g. on activity days, or camps.


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Support offered:

/ Induction/ One to one supervision/ Peer support/ Social events/meetings


Volunteers will be carrying out the activities:

/ In a group/ With other volunteers


Additional support needs: The local scout group leader and the development officer can offer some additional support.


Training provided: There is a full range of training modules available to help support volunteers in their roles. Some are online, others are run as courses. Full support is offered.

Age requirements: 18+


Selection procedures:

/ Informal discussion/ Formal interview/ References/ Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check

Selection details: Depending upon the role you decide on with the group leader, the selection process range from an informal chat to a formal appointment process.


"Out of pocket" expenses refunded for the following:

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