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You can I help with Scouting whatever your gender, age, abilities and skills. Simply let us know your availability and how you would like to help and we will match this to roles within your local area. You do not need to have a background in Scouting If your child is in Scouting, You could help Many of our helpers and Leaders are parents of our youth Members. This is for a number of reasons including being able to see first hand how Scouting benefits young people and wanting to give something back, being able to spend more time with their child and realising that volunteering for Scouting is enjoyable and teaches them new skills. Speak to your child’s Section Leader to discuss how you might become involved. You can help out on a flexible basis. Whether you can help out once a fortnight, month or term or just at special events or camps, there is bound to be a role you can play. Learn more. Although Scouting is a uniformed organisation, adults in Scouting do not have to wear a uniform. What is the process for joining? There is an application form to fill out which someone in your Group will be able to help you with. For some roles you will be required to meet a small group of people outside of the Group to discuss the role you wish to take on. References are also required for some roles. An enhanced Criminal Records (or equivalent in Scotland or Northern Ireland) check is carried out on all volunteers. Assistant Leader section Assistant Occasional Helper/Parent Young Leader (14-18) Chairman Treasurer Secretary Group Scout Leader District Le