Training Courses Available

As part of the Super Saturday Training Day on 2nd October, you have a chance to take part in the following:-

FREE CPD for teachers and forward-facing youth work professionals.

The Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) is a national charity with a social purpose to inform, educate, safeguard and build digital resilience amongst young and vulnerable people; helping them to make informed decisions and understand the consequences around gambling and gaming.

This is achieved through evidence-led, evaluated and assured education programmes and resources for anyone that works with or cares for young and vulnerable people, including teachers, youth workers, community volunteers and mental health specialists.

Our Education programme is City & Guilds assured and our resources are the winners of the Children and Young People Now PSHE Award 2020.

YGAM are providing a free workshop on: Saturday 2nd October 2021 10:00 – 13:15

Learning outcomes:

  • The learner will understand why CYP might game/gamble
  • The learner will understand what is meant by gaming/gambling related harm
  • The learner will recognise the signs of gaming/gambling related harm
  • The learner will know where to find further support
  • The learner will have increased confidence when talking to CYP about gaming and gambling

You can view sample resources here

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To book you free space please register here:

Norfolk Scouts YGAM Workshop


Meeting the Challenges and Skills of Management

These courses are being run over Zoom,
Meeting the Challenges is being run 16th and 17th October and is being run in conjunction with Suffolk Scouts. Here is the booking link –

Two half-day sessions, 9.00am-12.45pm on 16th and 17th October. You must attend both sessions.

Meeting the Challenges is aimed at Members who hold Manager and Supporter roles in Scouting. Supporters include volunteers, who don’t line manage other volunteers, but who work with and support adults in Scouting, e.g. Assistant District Commissioner (Development).

Meeting the Challenges is one of three Skills Courses which aims to provide Managers and Supporters with the skills they need in order to carry out their role effectively and support others in doing the same.

It will allow learners to build upon knowledge gained from the Independent Learning and apply this to real life Scouting situations. It identifies places where further information and support can be found.


Joining instructions, handouts and the Zoom link will be emailed out to you at least a week before the course. If you have a Hotmail account, please keep an eye on your junk email box.

Please make sure that you have completed the necessary independent learning linked to this course before part one on 16th October. Ask your Training Adviser or Local Training Manager if you need guidance.

 Skills of Management is being run 24th Oct, 7th November and 21st November. As with our Meeting the Challenges which is over two mornings all sessions need to be booked and attended.
Booking website is –