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Starting a unit

Scout Active Support is a way that adults can provide support to local Scouting in a flexible way that suits them.

This factsheet provides a step by step guide for Group Scout Leaders, District Commissioners and County Commissioners on how to start a Scout Active Support Unit.

A Scout Active Support Unit is a resource for Group Scout Leaders, District Commissioners and County Commissioners to develop Scouting. It is their decision to start a Scout Active Support Unit in agreement with the relevant Executive Committee, in response to a particular area of Scouting they wish to develop such as climbing activities or adult recruitment.

View How to start a Scout Active Support Unit (FS330100) (PDF)

 

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