Adult Recruitment Support

Resources:

'Appointments table 2'

Adult Information Form

For PVG forms and Welcome Pack please contact the District Appointments Secretary here

Notes for completing the 'New' PVG form

Notes for completing the 'Existing' PVG form

Identity documents required when completing PVG forms

PVG Returns form Scotland

 

Appointment Panel - What to expect video 

 

Training Modules that have E-learning (Not all are required for every role):

Module 1

Safety

Safeguarding

GDPR

Trustee Introduction

Module 3 or 

Module 4

Module 5

Module 12A

 

SHQ Leaders Training Guide

SHQ Personal Learning Plan (Section)

SHQ Manager and Supporters Training Guide

SHQ Personal Learning Plan (Manager and Supporters)

SHQ Wood Badge guidance for changing section

 

Help with First Response validation for those that have an External Qualification ('Scouty bit')

ADC(AT) example of Manager and Supporter Validation

Help with Manager and Supporter Validation

 

More about training on the Falkirk District Site, Forth Region Site, SHQ Site, HQ Site

Contact your Training Adviser for support with training. If you are unsure who this is contact your Line Manager or an ADC(AT) here

 

 

Appointment Review (AR) Form

 

 

Resources to help with recruitment:

HQ Growing Scouting

HQ Recruiting and retaining volunteers

SHQ Adult recruitment poster

SHQ Adult recruitment leaflet

Scout Brand Centre

CVS Falkirk

Some of the resources available to personalise on the Brand Centre around recruitment (Please feel free to use them):

Volunteer Today Poster

Young People are Amazing Poster

Do more. Share more. Be more. Poster 1

Do more. Share more. Be more. Poster 2

You Don't Have to be Bear Grylls to Volunteer Poster 1

You Don't Have to be Bear Grylls to Volunteer Poster 2

You Look Like a Role Model Poster 1

You Look Like a Role Model Poster 2

We're Volunteers Poster

Parent Thank You

Top Tips for Parent Recruitment info

 

Try asking individuals to help with specific roles that may suit them well if blanket emails/posts asking for help aren't working. Think of parents, friends, colleagues, family, past acquaintances, neighbours to ask to help.

Think out the box about how they could help: hall maintenance, fundraising, website/newsletter/photographer/ social media development, quartermaster, weekend activity supporters as well as leaders/assistants and exec members.  

 

From the manager and supporter independent learning:

Finding, Appointing and Welcoming Volunteers (e-learning)

Thinking differently about volunteering videos

Recruiting adults - Running a name generation evening

Right people, Right roles - A quick guide to recruitment