A very successful 16 hour first aid course was run last weekend. The 2nd day of the 2 day course was a practical session in an outdoor setting.
Posted on February 19th, 2017 by admin
16 leaders completed the course and Norman includes a thank you to all the Leaders for giving up their time to attend the course. He wanted to give a special thank you to William Hearnden and Alex Mercer who were our young casualties for the afternoons practical scenarios.
Posted on January 9th, 2017 by admin
Modules 8 (Skills of Leadership) & 14 (Supporting Young People)
Even if you already have your Woodbadge, come down for a refresher.
Posted on December 3rd, 2016 by admin
Posted on July 5th, 2016 by admin
A reminder that the 2nd half of the management training modules training day is on Sunday 10th July at 3rd Castletown Scout hall (where part 1 was). Be there at 10.45 am for tea/coffee and registration for a 11.15 am start. Should be finished before 5:00 pm. Two modules to be delivered and remaining time for validation of all modules covered.
Posted on May 17th, 2016 by admin
At a recent meeting of the Scout Association Isle of Man Executive Committee the sum of £15,000.00 has been ear marked spread over 5 years for leader training in adventurous activities
This year and next we intend to concentrate on the Climbing Wall Award and also kayaking. The CWA is a NGB qualification and training and assessment will take place in the UK and the requirements are briefly as follows:
- You need to be a climber and have a interest in delivering the activity to our groups at Hot Rocks (subject to Executive approval we hope to construct a 3 route wall at Mullin ny Carty one route being higher than Hot rocks)
- You must have climbed on at least 3 different walls including a major wall (if you lack the experience please don’t worry we will train you locally in preparation for the formal training with the formal training next year).
- You must register with Mountain Training Association and fill in a log
- There is two full days of training and one evening completed on one visit
- Three to six months of further training to develop new ideas and skills
- This is for a full day and evening
- Have recorded a minimum of 30 visits to at least 3 different walls
- Have led a minimum of 40 climbs
As you can see this is a demanding course and much practice will be required and we are looking for 4 leaders to undertake this course. Upon completion with a pass the leader will have a additional role, County Assessor and be able to recommend permits to suitably trained leaders.
Please express your interest with Steve Hearnden – AIC Activities.
Posted on April 1st, 2016 by admin
This training will take place over a two day period, date to be decided. This is a more advanced course than the First Response course and would be of particular interest to anyone completing or considering taking adventurous activities classed as Terrain Two where requirements state someone holding this qualification must be present. However it is open to any leader who would like to further their knowledge in first aid.
If you require further information or wish to register your interest email email@example.com.
Posted on April 1st, 2016 by admin
Is your First Response Certificate up to date? Remember this is a requirement and must be renewed every three years. The next course is on 30th April is the last one until after the summer in September. If you need to renew your certificate book a place on the course by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t let your’s lapse.
Posted on March 1st, 2016 by admin
Posted on February 16th, 2016 by admin
This training is aimed at current AIC, GSL, AGSL and Leaders in charge who have not yet completed their management training modules (or those who wish to refresh) and for senior leaders who are in succession plans for management roles.
Please email Norman Longden at email@example.com to confirm your attendance.
Day 1: Sunday 13th March 2016
Time: 11:00 to 18:00
Place: 3rd Castletown Scout hall
Day 2: Sunday 10th July 2016
Times to be confirmed