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Adult Training Support Team

Supporting the delivery of training is equally important as the process of ensuring quality and consistency of learning for Adults in Scouting.

The role of Regional Training Adviser is one focused both onsupporting the delivery of training and is equally as important as the process of ensuring the quality and consistency of learning for Adults in Scouting.

The role of Regional Training Adviser

RTAs are appointed nationally and sit on the Adult Training Support Team, along with the Chair, who is the line manager to the RTAs. The Chair is currently Mike Kerrigan.

RTAs work on a regional basis supporting Training Managers in the provision of training and moderation within the County. This support can vary according to the needs of the County/Area, however their main point of contact will be the Training Manager.

RTAs have no line management responsibilities in Counties or Areas.

RTAs assist Training Managers in the use of the Self Evaluation Tool. The Self Evaluation Tool is a method by which CTMs can gauge the quality of training and validation in their County.

If required RTAs may also assist in the training of Training Advisers, Training Managers and Local Training Managers.

RTAs gather and disseminate good practice regionally and nationally, thus providing a bench mark which Counties can use to judge their training against. They do this by providing feedback to a national level from the Regions and vice versa. 

*Further information

Regional Training Adviser role description

Regional Training Adviser listing

 

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