Scout Active Support is a division of The Scout Association in the United Kingdom that provides support to units and activities. Formerly known as the Scout Fellowship, it was renamed in September 2009.
Scout Active Support provides a resource base from which Groups across the District or County can access skills instructors, administrative support, or training.
Typical roles for Scout Active Support members are to provide specialist skills to Scouting activities, for example, kayaking instruction or pioneering.
Scout Active Support can also provide extra hands on camps, enabling the camp leaders to run and organise activities without having to overstretch themselves with much of what could be considered a support function (for example, cooking meals).
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