Adults in scouting work in a voluntary capacity and play a unique role in the lives of young people as they share the fun and adventure of the most successful youth movement of the 21st Century.
There are three key activities that Adults in Scouting perform...
looking after the administrative side of Scouting, such as Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of the Group
working directly with young people either weekly or on an occasional basis, such as Leaders, Helpers and members of the Parent Rota;
supporting other adults - this could be with technical or personal support, such as Group Scout Leaders and skills instructors