Scouts Speak Up Training For Young People Are you a youth member of Scouting? Can you convey first-hand the fun, challenge, adventure and global citizenship that Scouting offers? Do you know an Explorer Scout, older Scout (13+) who is keen to promote Scouting and learn more about the media?
In recent years, Scouting has put young people at the heart of its communications work and this workshop will help candidates get their message across - talking with print media, speaking directly with journalists, including radio and TV interviews in front of the camera.
Recently Scouting has encouraged young people to be at the forefront of promoting the Movement and the principles in which they believe - to local Councillors, to MPs at a national level and to engage with their communities and decision makers to effect lasting change at a local level.
The Scouts Speak Up (SSU)/Young Spokesperson (YSP) workshop experience is a specially designed course for our young people to offer everything they need to know to achieve the following:
When: 9.00 am Saturday 25th February – 4.00 pm Sunday 26th February 2017
Where: Wilberforce Scout Centre, Downe Road, Keston, Kent BR2 6AD Cost: Free to members of Greater London South East
To book your place please complete the booking form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSer95igCTdFmKMIPczMkOTJfCwYCrv3jw7xK0POaLF1YtRyrw/viewform
The closing dates for bookings is 4th February
Once you have completed your booking please send a £15 refundable cheque payable to GLSE Scouts to: GLSE Scouts, Unit 34, TIC, 2 Veridion Way, Erith, Kent DA18 4AL to secure your place. Your name should be written on the reverse of the cheque. Your cheque will be returned to you when you arrive at the event on 25th February.
On receipt of the cheque we will confirm to the candidate, parent/guardian and District Commissioner that the application has been accepted. Greater London South East Scouts Everyday Adventure for Boys, Girls and Adult Volunteers in Bexley and Bromley
This page was last updated on 30 January 2017 by Caroline Crowe