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Presenters and Trainers webinar 2020

Due the current Covid-19 situation Hampshire Scouts Adult Training team will be running a Facilitators and Presenters course (Modules 28 & 29) on Saturday 25th July as a one day webinar (10.00 am to 04.00 pm), covering the theory part of both modules. The practical parts of the modules will be arranged once we are able to return to face to face meetings.

These two modules are for anyone who would like to gain new skills in this area and in the process achieve their Module 28 (Facilitating) and Module 29 (Presenting).

Those who are looking to present Adult Training modules or First Aid (Module 10) will need to complete these two modules prior to running courses.

First Aid trainers must be either an externally qualified First Aid trainer, or hold both a Full First Aid qualification and The Scout Association qualifications for Facilitating and Presenting (Modules 28 & 29).

This is also an opportunity to meet the training team (albeit virtually) and find out more about becoming involved in delivering training in Hampshire.

There are limited places (minimum of 6 required) for the webinar to run which will be allocated on a first come first-served basis.  To book your place, please use the online form.

We will provide you with joining instructions for the webinar nearer the time.

If you require more information please contact (by email) Ian Friend or Andy Chatwin (County Training Team) or Mike Baxter for First Aid Trainer enquiries.

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