Core Competencies Dictionary-

This dictionary is aimed at those responsible for the management of adults in the National Scout Organizations and presents a proposal for any scheme of core competencies, explaining in a practical way its use for the positioning of competencies in each of its positions or functions.

Instagram stories takeover

Want to ask a Scout to take over your National Scout Organization Instagram account but aren’t sure how to guide them to capture the right content? Send them this document in advance to give them guidance on how to make the most of the experience!

Guidelines on Job Week for National Scout Organizations

Job Week was first introduced as a good turn day in 1914 by the Scout Movement Founder Lord Baden-Powell. It was known as “Bob a Job Week” in the earlier days. The scheme got its nickname from shilling, colloquially ‘bob’, that the youngsters were paid for completing their good turn - which would now be worth 5p.

Today, some National Scout Organisations (NSOs) have discontinued with the Job Week mainly because of health and safety reasons. Some have also cited the risk of compensation as a reason for discontinuing this meaningful and educational activity.

Region Afrique du Scoutisme Rapport Triennal 2015 - 2018

La période triennale a enregistré d’énormes progrès dans la croissance et le développement du Scoutisme dans la Région Afrique. Avec l’adoption du plan
triennal 2015-2018 durant la 16e Conférence Africaine du Scoutisme qui s’est tenue à Kampala, en Ouganda, les domaines prioritaires stratégiques énoncées dans le plan ont servi comme point d’ancrage pour nos activités et interventions

Africa Scout RegionTriennial Report 2015-2018

The triennium has recorded tremendous strides in growth and development of Scouting in the Africa Region. With the passing of the triennium plan 2015- 2018 at the 16th Africa Scout conference held in Kampala, Uganda, the strategic priority areas spelt out in the plan have served as an anchor to our activities and interventions.

Better Organisations - Survival strategies for the 21st Century

Learn how to improve to be a better organisation and how to survive in the 21st century. Society is changing. People now expect to be consulted and involved in decisions that affect them; they expect to have access to information; and they expect organisations to respond quickly and efficiently to their needs. For organisations to be effective, they need to continue to change and have structures and processes in place to support that change.

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