Although the Idea Phase is the most important, the Design Phase typically requires the most work and is the most complex requiring integration and coordination.
It is the responsibility of the Sponsor/Partner Organization, “to ensure adequate meeting facilities are provided for the Group”. A Group Commissioner should conduct a Meeting Space Risk Assessment twice each year. Findings should be shared with the head of the Building/Facility/Institution, and plans should be made to correct hazards if any are found.
The purpose of the Goals & Targets Standard is to outline the minimum requirements of the goal and target setting processes, which set the expectations that drive Scouts Canada performance to meet Scouts Canada’s strategic objectives and organization-wide objectives.
Scouts Canada requires that all applicants for roles with Scouts Canada comply with this procedure before they participate in any Scouting activities. This procedure is not applicable to youth: Beaver Colony, Cub Pack, Scout Troop or Venturer Company participants. This procedure is applicable for Rover Scouts.
The purpose of the Communications Standard is to outline the minimum requirements for communicating information with external stakeholders, and internally between and within functions and Councils across Scouts Canada, in order to ensure the consistent transfer and understanding of information which may impact Scouts Canada mission, vision, strategic plan and/or the delivery of the five priorities.
Fulfilling Scouts Canada’s mission means ensuring that as many youth as possible are invited to participate in great, safe Scouting adventures. Here you will find tools required to create professional and inspiring materials such as; advertisements, flyers and posters, that have been carefully designed to motivate and engage potential, new and current Scouts Canada members.
Scouting exists to actively engage and support young people in their personal development, empowering them to make a positive contribution to society. Developed by Scouts Canada, this well-rounded program offers youth aged 5 to 26 an opportunity to experience new things, to have more adventures, and to develop into confident and capable individuals better prepared for success in the world.
Everyone has a duty to ensure the safety of children and youth. We must protect youth from all forms of child abuse — whether physical, sexual, or emotional — and neglect. We must be alert to inappropriate sexual behaviour between youth. We also need to monitor the welfare of youth.
Most business relationships involve contracts. Contracts create a future liability to pay for or provide something. They are not usually required for purchases such as camping equipment or groceries. This procedure applies to contracts for Sections, Groups, Areas, Councils, and Scout Properties.