ADULTS IN SCOUTS
Objectives: Code of Conduct and Responsibility to supervise the trainings.
To explain the various responsibilities of Adults to the Young people.
As adults in the Scouts our obligation is to treat the young members and other adults with care. We have rights to expect that others will receive the same treatment from the others. Scouts Association has allocated some concepts to assist its members. To present the Programs that have been put together by the groups.
THE CONCEPT OF ADULTS IN THE SCOUTS
a. To develop the leadership quality in the Scouts movement, provide good management and offer good services for the young people.
b. Are the Adults allocation and development process offered leadership competence, professional or voluntary for the positions in all levels within the Scouts Movement?
The concept of the adults’ “life cycle” in Scouts
The Renewal for Adults through certain mutual agreements within certain new terms
1. APPOINTMENT AND MUTUAL AGREEMENTS
a. Appointment Certificate
The Certificates for Adults are essential instruments in Adults.
b. When one adult received a certificate to become Member of Scouts, he/she must promote the improvement in the Scouts Association.
c. When submitting the membership application, an adult must gave a personal declaration;
d. To live by the promise and Law of the Scouts and to accept the Code of Conduct for Adults in the Scouts;
e. Work to achieve the Objectives, Principals, and Methods of the Association;
f. Adhere the Association’s Policies and Regulation;
g. To represent and promote the Scouts Movement to the Community
h. To be the role models for the younger members and also adults;
i. Accept the responsibility to work with young people (including the task to supervise and treat others with respect, etc.)
j. To receive the authority tasks of the association;
k. To actively participate in the Personal Development of the Association;
l. To accept that working together is the foundation for the Scouts, and the need for active cooperation from the others and respect their vision and values.
2. Obligation of Association
b) To define the operational work of the organisation, characterised with equality, justice and everyone has the right to speak;
c) To encourage a personal development process that recognises the abilities that are there and to lead and to grow the personal and functional competence;
d) To take in to consideration the individual needs during the consultation process;
e) To assume the leadership role in various ways with the team environment;
f) An opportunity to contribute to the personal development of the young people;
g) An opportunity to work in the community; to showcase the appreciation and knowledge for the contribution
3. THE ROLE OF THE ADULTS
As leaders we can explore how to develop various Scouts and the involvement of adults and young people in the Scouts.
1, We can provide opinions even though they do not reflect with the Association, but try to put together these thoughts. And then try to detect why these ideas exist.
The trainer will give instructions about the activities to the Patrol Leader, the Patrol Leader will the receive orders to return to their patrol groups and implement these activities. The trainer must clarify that all members should be included in the decision making and encourages each member throughout the implementation of the activity.
The trainer decides what activities are to be taking place.
1. To develop knowledge about the philosophy of the personal safety
2. To develop knowledge on the practical applications of the Personal Safety policies
3. To use the practical abilities to identify potential risks.
4. To use the practical ability to apply in the Scouts Programs.
5. To define the Process to solve the critics.
Explain to the participants the objectives of this session and clarify that the intention for the discussion is to explore the topic in a safe environment, in a threatening environment.
EDUCATE THE PARTICIPANTS TO BE IN AN HYGIENIC CULTURE.
1. Teach the kids to wash their hands before eating
2. Cut their fingernails, because long fingernails are unhygienic.
3. Put the rubbish in the bin
4. Clothes must be washed after they have been used
SCOUTS SECURITY (HEALTH)
1. To identify and manage the risks that are associate with the activities and facilities of the Scouts.
2. To apply the Scouts Security Management process, as practiced in the Scouts.
Identify risks, value risks, and list the actions that will be taken to minimise those risks.
a. When conducting mall camping activities, we must identify some risks at the area where the camping is taking place.
b. Toilets, shower, camping area must be safe, etc.