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  • Important Training Documents
  • On-demand website link
  • Information about Adult Training and Development Courses/Programs
  • Training Calendar
  • Course fees schedule
  • What are you qualified to do?
  • Personal Leader Adviser (PLA) Resource


Important Documents

Training Calendar

Course Fees

What to Know

On Demand Learning

To access the on-demand website login through Scout Central. Scout Central and the on-demand modules are developed and maintained by the National team. If you are experiencing trouble with the on-demand system please click here to fill in the support request form.


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Proficiency Training and Leadership Training

To be eligible to attend the practical weekend courses there are a number of online on-demand modules that MUST be completed at the time that the application is submitted. Otherwise applications will be returned.

The appropriate completed phase (Milestone) document needs to be sent in with the relevant application form. Refer to the Learning and Assessment Plan for which the phase document needs to be submitted.

Click here to see the training pathway flowchart.


Outdoor Activity Logbook

A great example of an outdoor activity logbook template is now available on the Adventurous Activity page.

 Send enquires to: AA.pathways@scoutsqld.com.au


Personal Leader Adviser (PLA) Resources

PLA Handbook – currently under review

PLA Log book – currently under review


Training Application Forms

The Training application form (A15) is available here.

Send enquiries to: A15@scoutsqld.com.au


Wood Badge Training Program and Advanced Training Evaluation

The awarding of a Wood Badge should be the aim of every Leader and it is important that a Leader be supported through the Wood Badge Training Program. I.e., From the Introduction to Scouting, (sign up), completing on-demand modules and weekend training courses and ultimately be awarded the Wood Badge.

This demonstrates a commitment and a learning process that should provide the best outcomes for Youth and other Leaders. The Wood Badge evaluation is conducted by the District or Region Commissioner or their nominee.

The Wood Badge Project is an expansion of a topic based on the Fundamentals of Scouting, (Purpose Principles and Method), that a Leader may wish to learn more about.

This is personal development and will ultimately benefit Scouting.

The Leader should think about what they would like to do for their Wood Badge Project, discuss the ideas with their Group Leader and/or PLA. These ideas need to be brought to the Scouting Leadership Course where they will be discussed with the Leader Trainer and approval given on the final project.

The Project should not be arduous and only a “seeking of further knowledge” about the benefits and why a topic supports the Youth or Adult program.

There appears to be a number of versions of the evaluation/assessment documentation and the Links below are the most current.

Would you please discuss the evaluation process with your team as some research does indicate that, with a few documents, the boxes are being “ticked” without a real discussion.
Section 19, (of the evaluation), records the discussion in relation to the Project, with a section to allow for additional time to further the Project.

Again, the project is only an expansion of knowledge of a topic, not a thesis.


Child Safe Scouting Officer Course

These courses are for new applicants not for those wanting to renew.

Pre-requisite for attending these courses is the applicant must hold a Wood badge. Approval from the District Commissioner or Regional Commissioner is required. No cost. Regional members can attend these courses via Microsoft Team, the link is provided after receipt of the completed training application and just prior to the course. Please be aware that there are limited number of places and these will be allocated on first in basis. All courses are held at the Queensland Scout Centre at Dixon Street Auchenflower. They will run for approximately 2 hours. Applications need to be submitted on the current version of the training application form.

To view course dates, please view the training calendar.

First Aid Training

Be Prepared First Aid

Be Prepared First Aid Training is supporting Scouts Queensland by providing a range of courses that have been discounted for Scouts Queensland Members (must be a registered member to receive the discount benefit)

Courses are contextualized to Scouting so they have relevance to those in attendance.

Courses are delivered online (pre-course content and theory assessment) and face-to-face for the practical assessment component thus reducing actual course time.

Courses can be held at your Scout Den or at other suitable locations such as Queensland Scout Center, Hemmant Scout Den or other locations arranged by the trainer. You can even have the course run for you in camp!

Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich are the main areas but other locations can be negotiated on application

Safety Wave

Safetywave supports Scouts and Guides Queensland with discounted First Aid Training


Individuals can book public courses on the Sunshine Coast through our website. www.safetywave.com.au; payment details: select invoice Employer and insert Scout/Guide entity details.


Group courses may be conducted on-site, minimum numbers apply; contact their office 1300 662 156.