International

Much can be gained from taking part in Scouting within the UK, however experience of the world out with our borders can be a fantastic experience for any young person to undertake.

International

Much can be gained from taking part in Scouting within the UK, however experience of the world out with our borders can be a fantastic experience for any young person to undertake.

The role of Regional Adviser (International) is currently vacant.

The role of the Regional Advisor (International) is to help in the realization of these opportunities. This is achieved by helping groups organize trip around the world as well as the possibility to run Regional trips.

Scouting has many opportunities for International engagement within its programme, such as explorer belt expeditions and world jamborees, the role of the regional advisor is to help advertise these events as well as giving groups ideas and the expertise to make their own ideas reality.

During planning the advisor also helps to make sure the groups and leaders are fully prepared for the trip, so that everyone can enjoy the experience to its fullest.
For advice on how to get your group’s trips underway use the e-mail: international@swscouts.scot

I want the public to know how Scouting continues to open young people’s eyes to a world of extraordinary promise and possibilities.'
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls