Group Committee Woodbadge 1 Nov 30/Dec1 2012 The Screening Process. 1. Slide Number. Screening Process. What is the Screening Process? A set of steps that each new volunteer must successfully complete before they are permitted to : Work with the youth Wear the uniform
Nov 30/Dec1 2012
The Screening Process
What is the Screening Process?
A set of steps that each new volunteer must successfully complete before they are permitted to :
Work with the youth
Wear the uniform
Count in the Youth/Adult Ratio
Also applies to Non-Members too ...
Why do we do the Screening Process?
Why are we doing the Screening Process?
Keep Scouts Safe From Harm
Ensure suitable people are working with youth
Ensure volunteers are equipped with basic training BEFORE they work with the youth
A key part of the risk management “mantra”: ' Being in the right place, at the right time, with the right people, and the right equipment … '
For Adult Volunteers :
PRC + VSS
Basic training (C&YS, Accessibility, and WB1 – Module 1)
Screening of Youth Members ...
Applies to Youth Members in a 'leadership role'
Includes : GYC, AYC, SIT, Activity Leaders
Does NOT include PL/APL or Sixer/Second or Kim or Keeo
Screening of Youth Members
C&YS + Accessibility+ WB1-Module 1
If 18 or older – need PRC
Screening of Non-Members ...
... so, you want the Fire Department or RCMP to stop by your Cub Scouts meeting?
Any basic “resource” person needs to read and sign the new Code of Conduct
Get all parents to sign the new Code of Conduct
Depending on times and location, the screening of 'non members' varies from the Code of Conduct to requiring a PRC + VSS (please see the 2012 Screening document)
Looking ahead – this can present challenges for any scouting outing to ensure non-members are appropriately screened for the proposed outing ...