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The Beaver (6-8 yrs old) and Cub (8-10) sections of Ottewell 120th are in need of Scouter leaders. Scouters assist with planning and facilitating youth meetings which may include but not limited to games, sports, hikes, camps, crafts, archery, cooking, fishing. Scouters help facilitate and lead overnight camps. An important role of Scouters is to support the youth to be actively and age appropriately involved in the planning and programming themselves, to assist the youth in developing their leadership skills.
5 references, police record check and vulnerable sector search.
Sign code of conduct
Complete online Scouts Canada training.
Complete a screening interview.
Scouts Canada provides extensive high quality web-based training at no cost as well as access to numerous on line resources to assist and support with program planning and safe program implementation.
The Canadian Path of Scouts Canada focuses specifically on helping youth to develop in 6 key areas:
Environment and Outdoors
Active & Healthy Living
Beliefs and Values
Develop valuable experience working with young people, planning and coordinating activities in these areas and helping and seeing young people grow and develop in their skills and confidence.
Faculty: All Faculties
Location: Edmonton Outside Edmonton
Contact:Name: Scouts Ottewell 120th
Edmonton , Alberta
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