Young Leader Development Program

The Young Leader Development Program is a 12-month course that allows eligible youth members to complete a certificate III in Business while also training to become a Joey Scout Leader, Cub Scout Leader or Scout Leader.

The program aims to develop leadership skills while making participants aware of the pathways open to them once they complete Venturer Scouts.

The program is coordinated by the Scouts Australia Institute of Training, a nationally accredited training organisation. This means the qualifications received are recognised outside Scouts Australia and are transferable to other areas of education and business.

To learn more about the Scouts WA Young Leader Development Program, contact our training officer at the Scouts WA Administration Office on 62407700 or enquiries@scoutswa.com.au.

Reasons to join Scouts WA

A unique
program

Our program is like nothing else, offering a huge range of activities and experiences for ages ranging from 6 to 25 – and new members can join at any stage of Scouting!

Fun and
Adventure

From stories, games and craft to camping, bush adventures and water activities, Scouting offers activities to suit every interest and age group.

Growth and Learning

Scouts grow through adventure and new challenges. They make friends, build confidence and explore their abilities and interests. But most of all, Scouts have fun!

Diversity and Inclusion

Scouting WA values diversity and we warmly welcome members and volunteers from all backgrounds, and those with intellectual or physical disabilities.

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Become a Scout!

If you're looking for your local Scouts Group, we have made it easy for you. Simply search, register and become a member now for a fun filled adventurous journey of learning and skills building.

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