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Young Leader Modules

The modules of the Young Leaders’ Scheme* are just some of the exciting programme elements in the Explorer Scout section.
  • Young Leader Scheme On Going Learning Presentation*
  • Young Leader Training Scheme Resources Link*
  • MODULES

  • Module A – Prepare for take-off.
  • Module B – Taking the lead.
  • Module C – That’s the way to do it.
  • Module D – Understanding behaviour.
  • Module E – Game on.
  • Module F – Making Scouting accessible.
  • Module G – Programme plans.
  • Module H – Programme plans plus.
  • Module I – What did they say.
  • Module J – This has now been merged with Module G.
  • Module K – First Aid master class.
  • MISSIONS

    There are four missions to be completed alongside the 11 modules.*

  • Mission one – Game.
  • Mission two – Activity.
  • Mission three – Programme planning.
  • Mission four – Delivery.
  • Young Leader Awards

  • Explorer Scouts Young Leader’s Scheme Recognised Awards*
  • A Young Leader belt buckle and adult badge.
  • The Young Leader certificate.

    Coordinators

  • Young Leader Contact Falkes Scout District: Jen Avis, Amy Clews*
  • Young Leader Contact Icknield Scout District: Teresa Loughbrough*
  • Contact

    Contact the Enquiry Co-ordinator for more details on enquiries@lutonscouts.org.uk*

    Young Spokesperson (YSP)

    Workshop Experience.

    The Experience will include:

  • Local news and newspapers,
  • Video and small camera work,
  • Speaking in Public / Interviews given and taken.
  • Taking good pictures
  • Planning Stories
  • Keeping up with media stories
  • The Experiences will be for Young People who are youth member of Scouting between 14 and 25 who is keen to promote Scouting and learn more about the media? Scouting has put young people at the heart of its communications work and this workshop will help candidates get their message across – talking with print media, speaking directly with journalists, including radio and TV interviews in front of the camera. Be at the forefront of promoting the Movement and the principles in which they believe – to local Councillors, to MPs at a national level and to engage with their communities and decision makers to effect lasting change at a local level. The Young Spokesperson (YSP) workshop experience is a specially designed course for our young people to offer everything they need to know to achieve the following:

    To enhance the skills and confidence needed to talk about their experiences in Scouting to a wide variety of audiences.

    To learn how to plan and carry out campaigns with the media about the Scouting activities they are involved in.

    To influence others of the value of what they are doing so that they are able to act as spokespeople for local Scouting – whether this means sitting on the BBC Breakfast sofa or speaking to local businesses.

    1 Day Course.

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    Contact

    Contact the Enquiry Co-ordinator for more details on enquiries@lutonscouts.org.uk*

    Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
    Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls