Photo Credit: Angus Boxall – Kings Langley Rover Crew
The National Chief Commissioner is seeking a dynamic and highly motivated volunteer to manage the National Environment Portfolio. Whilst experience and qualifications are highly regarded, enthusiasm and commitment are just as important and young adults with the necessary personal attributes and a willingness to learn – are encouraged to apply! Continue reading
Young members (up to 30 years old) of Scouts Australia do not hold many positions higher up within Scouting. We wanted to look into the reason for this so we can get more young people into the higher ranks of scouting. Continue reading
Scouts throughout the world engage with their local communities each and every day. By virtue of the fact that Scouts is a community organisation, this gives us a unique position to engage with community areas that may not otherwise be engaged. This reports provides suggestions to Scouts Australia on how to further engage Scouts in different community events and activities.
Community Engagement in Scouting Report Continue reading
Here is the final report of the National Rover Forum held at the 19th Australian Rover Moot – WAM, December/January 2013 -14.
The Forum was run in a new format at WAM based on a workshop at the 2013 NRC meeting. Participants at the Moot were surveyed on iPads whilst waiting in the line for dinner. Two surveys were run each night, three iPads per survey and respondents were randomly selected. Over 900 responses were received in total, across 9 surveys.
NRF2014 – Full Report
This report has been distributed to NRC, BRCs, National teams, NOC and other relevant groups as required.