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Training

Scouts Australia delivers training on a wide range of topics to help our Rovers, Venturers and Leaders to deliver our programs safely and effectively. Our Adult Training & Development team works to make sure that training works for our members.

Where can I get Help?

As always, the first place to find help with anything Rover-related is your Crew Leader, Rover Advisor and Region Representative. They will either be able to answer your questions, or put you in touch with someone who can – the QBRC Training Officer or Scouts QLD Training Support Team.

You can also email the QBRC Training Officer at training@qldrovers.org.au.

What’s New in Training?

Financial Support

Interested in doing your Rover Training but can't afford it? Never fear, we have an offer for you!...

Last minute Basic Outdoor Skills

Looking to finish your Basic Rover Training Journey in 2018? Here’s your chance! A final Basic Outdoor Skills Course has been added to the Training Calendar, for the 10th & 11th of November.

Regional Rover Training Subsidy

Travelling from more than 3hrs away, by Road, Train, or even Plane to get to a Basic Rovers or Advanced Rovers course? Then you’re eligible for $100 subsidy!

Last Basic Course for 2018

Applications close on Friday the 12th October! Get in quick!

Intro to Rovers Workshop – Suncoast Region

Introduction to Rovers Workshops are back, proudly presented by QLD Rovers. The aim of the...
Training

Training Courses

Scouts Queensland runs numerous training courses across the year, to cover all various aspects of the scouting movement. Below you will find a list of courses offered by Scouts Queensland.

Not all courses are available in all locations, or run multiple times throughout the year. Consult the Scouts Queensland Training Calendar for more information, which can be downloaded here.

Leadership

Basic Practical (Leadership training for a section)
Advanced Practical (Leadership training for a section)
Personal Leader Advisor
Training the Trainers
Working with Youth with Special Needs

Adventurous Activities

Basic Outdoor Skills (BOSC – Required to attend any Adventurous Activities Training)
Abseiling (Artificial and Natural)
Archery
Bushwalking
Canoeing
Canyoning
Climbing (Artificial and Natural)
Cycle Tour
Kayaking
Mountain Biking
Pioneering
Sailing
Sea Kayaking

Completion Levels

%

of Rovers in QLD have Attended a Basic Practical Rovers Course

%

of Rovers have completed their Certificate of Adult Leadership in Rovers

%

of Rovers hold a Woodbadge

First Aid

CPR – Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
Provide First Aid
Provide First Aid in Remote Situations