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  1. Alex Minajew ASGC Nov 2013

  2. Where are we going today? • Programme Review • Vision 2018 • Group work

  3. Programme…let’s have a chat with a few people External Research Focus Groups YPYV ‘Have your say’ Red book

  4. And run it past… • Project groups • Steering Group • UK Chief Commissioners Team • The Operations Committee TSA

  5. Programme 2015 • More outdoors skills • More badges • Less ‘explain’ and more ‘do’ • Teamwork awards ( Top Awards) • Personal as a new Challenge area (Top Awards) • Structure to Explorer Programme • Can we think about Network?

  6. Oh, something interesting…YPYV March 2013 Activities and adventure • 1761 responses • 35% Scout section

  7. Did you know? • Top answer ( ONCE) – climbing, archery • Top answer (NONE) – crate stacking, high ropes, traditional rafting • Major gap – water activities

  8. Free text comments…issues • Ability of younger age groups • Adventurous seen as a Scouts and older thing • Lack of leader time • Access, not fitting into weekly programme • Lack of knowledge about access and availability • Not part of programme • Water…paperwork, parents, group sizes

  9. Where? • National Centres 7% • Local/County/Country Scout Centres 17% • External providers 21% • Other leaders 22% • Section leadership team 32%

  10. Vision 2018 How we got to this?

  11. Vision 2018 • Make a positive impact in our communities; prepare young people to be active citizens; embrace and contribute to social change • Shaped by young people in partnership with adults • Enjoyed by more young people and more adult volunteers • As diverse as the communities in which we live • Empowered, valued and proud

  12. Group work

  13. Question 1 The Programme review saw Leaders and Young People ask for certain things to be included within a new structure. However, from a ‘campsite/centres’ perspective, what are you seeing from the types of activities or packages they are looking for?

  14. Question 2 Leaders are crucial to many things that are delivered. What are the barriers and potential opportunities?

  15. Question 3 Vision 2018 calls for young people to shape Scouting in partnership with adults. How can young people be involved in actively shaping campsites for the future?