Training

Bitesize Managing Behaviour training plan

This training session is an introduction to managing behaviour at group nights. 

By the end of the session, you will be able to:

Bitesize Putting the Aims and Principles into Practice

This session is an introduction to Woodcraft Folk programme planning, including how to design sessions that promote our aims and principles. 

 

Working Together Training

How can group leaders, helpers and other adult members in the Woodcraft Folk work together in a more effective way?

We are very good at helping children to learn the skills of co-operation but sometimes struggle to reflect these in the interactions between adults in the movement.

This workshop will cover both the attitudes and the skills needed to work together not only co-operatively but also collaboratively. 

New Leader Training write up

Please, find attached an example write up of a new leader training weekend.

The training event included sessions on:

  • Games
  • Singing
  • Putting the aims and principles into practice
  • History of Woodcraft Folk
  • Safeguarding
  • Risk assessment
  • Impact and outcomes for children and young people
  • Programme planning

In the report you will find a series of useful website links.

Programme Planning

You're in one of the main sections of Woodcraft Folk's New Group Journey training module. The most important points to remember are listed first, and following that is a fuller explanation of what you need to do in this area. There are many different ways of doing things in Woodcraft Folk, so we've included only the essential guidance in this module, leaving you to develop your own methods to suit your group.

Publicity & Outreach

You're in one of the main sections of Woodcraft Folk's New Group Journey training module. The most important points to remember are listed first, and following that is a fuller explanation of what you need to do in this area.

Being Part of Woodcraft Folk

You're in one of the main sections of Woodcraft Folk's New Group Journey training module. The most important points to remember are listed first, and following that is a fuller explanation of what you need to do in this area.

Who are these Folk?

Who are these Folk? is an explanation of Woodcraft Folk, including our history and our Aims & Principles. It's part of the training course Introduction to Woodcraft Folk

Safeguarding Training

All staff and volunteers who work regularly (more than once a month) with children and young people, or attend an overnight stay, are required to undertake training. This training can be delivered internally, online or through your Local Safeguarding Children Board. See below a list of all of our online training oppurtunities and guidance documents. 

Staying Safe

You're in one of the main sections of Woodcraft Folk's New Group Journey training module. The most important points to remember are listed first, and following that is a fuller explanation of what you need to do in this area.

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