Thinking of volunteering?

Beaumaris Sea Scouts’ Cub Pack and Scout Troop restarted in September 2019 and are still in a phase of growth. We need adult volunteers to help the group continue to grow.

The variety of available roles is wide, and each of them has the potential to bring enjoyment and give you satisfaction in return for committing some of your time and sharing some of your skills. We provide training and can help you achieve national governing body qualifications.

How would you like to help the young people of Beaumaris?

Working directly with young people

Cub Scout Leader

The Cub Scout Leader, together with their team, is responsible for planning and delivering an exciting programme of activities for boys and girls aged 8 to 10½.

So long as the programme meets the requirements of the Scouts’ quality programme check, there is a great deal of autonomy with this role. We want Cubs to enjoy their meetings, go on camps and trips and earn badges as a result. Take account of your own skills and interests, and those of your team and your Cubs, and come up with something memorable!

You will be expected to communicate regularly with the Group Scout Leader. There is a training expectation with this role, which is explained in the role description.

This is a rewarding role where you volunteer to give up some of your time to see young people develop and learn new things. You will be working with and helping to develop a team of like-minded adults.

In return, we can offer key items of uniform free-of-charge, access to Scouts online e-learning and face-to-face training free-of-charge, the possibility of further training towards national governing body awards (e.g. watersports and mountain activities) for those with relevant experience.

You can read the Cub Scout Leader role description by clicking here.

You can view the Quality Programme Checker by clicking here.

You can visit the Scouts’ website and read more about Cubs and what they do by clicking here.

Scout Leader

The Scout Leader, together with their team, is responsible for planning and delivering an exciting programme of activities for boys and girls aged 10½ to 14 so that they get to experience challenge and adventure safely.

So long as the programme meets the requirements of the Scouts’ quality programme check, there is a great deal of autonomy with this role. We want Scouts to enjoy their meetings, go on camps and trips and earn badges as a result. Take account of your own skills and interests, and those of your team and your Scouts, and come up with something memorable!

You will be expected to communicate regularly with the Group Scout Leader. There is a training expectation with this role, which is explained in the role description.

This is a rewarding role where you volunteer to give up some of your time to see young people develop and learn new things. You will be working with and helping to develop a team of like-minded adults.

In return, we can offer key items of uniform free-of-charge, access to Scouts online e-learning and face-to-face training free-of-charge, the possibility of further training towards national governing body awards (e.g. watersports and mountain activities) for those with relevant experience.

You can read the Scout Leader role description by clicking here.

You can view the Quality Programme Checker by clicking here.

You can visit the Scouts’ website and read more about Scouts and what they do by clicking here.

Occasional Helper

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Skills Instructor

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