If your first response expired on or after 1 April 2020, then you can complete the e-learning to be sufficiently trained for face-to-face Scouting.
If your first response expired on or before 31 March 2020, then you will need to complete the e-learning and attend a 2-hour Zoom session to be sufficiently trained to deliver face-to-face Scouting.
Once our Scouting readiness returns to Green, a practical validation will be required to fully validate first response and module 10.
To access the e-learning, just click here and enrol to start your training.
Following completion of the e-learning, please complete this short form and you will receive a certificate within 7 days or be invited to a Zoom session if you need to complete the full course. Please include your membership number, full name and the email you registered with on the e-learning portal.
The Creative Activities Team is still running a photographic competition for all members of Scouting and Guiding within North Yorkshire.
As we are currently living in extraordinary times the theme of this year’s competition is MAKING THE ORDINARY EXTRAORDINARY! This can be interpreted in many ways; ordinary objects or scenes or events photographed in an extraordinary way, used for extraordinary purposes, from unusual angles or just plain odd!
Entries will be judged in the various sections from Rainbows and Beavers through to Leaders and Active Support/Trefoil Guild.
As a change from previous years we will be happy to receive entries each month, we will publish the best from each month on the relevant County Website and then hold them over for eventual winners in October. Each person may enter one photograph per month, which must have been taken by the entrant, to the competition. Submissions must be in digital jpg format, entries taken on camera phones will be accepted.
All photographs must be submitted with the name of the photographer, section (Beaver, Brownie etc), Scout or Guide Group, District plus Guide County details, an email or postal contact and confirmation that the photograph is all the entrant’s own work.
The entries will be judged in the appropriate section, all judging will be anonymous and the decisions of the judges will be final.
Any photographs submitted to the competition may be used by the Scout or Guide Counties for any Scouting or Guiding purposes. All other rights are retained by the photographer.
We are proud of our work with Leeds Beckett University, Carnegie School of Education, and the Minds Ahead charity, to produce this free resource for all of our leaders to help them prepare as we plan a return to face-to-face Scouting.
Just click here for full details and the link to access the course.