Local Training Managers

The Local Training Manager plans and ensures the delivery of the learning provision in their District so that all adults in Scouting completing a Personal Learning Plan have access to suitable learning opportunities using a variety of methods. They act as Line Manager for Training Advisors and Local Training Administrators in their District. They ensure that people involved in the learning provision are suitably qualified (have attained or are working towards the relevant role specific Modules). They make Wood Badge recommendations within their responsibility and they provide training opportunities locally.

What is a Local Training Manager?

The role of the Local Training Manager is an appointment made by the County Training Manager in consultation with the relevant District Commissioner.

What makes a good Local Training Manager?

An effective Local Training Manager is a good manager and organiser of the training provision within their District, supporting Leaders working alongside Training Advisors. They need to be someone who is reliable and returns calls and emails.

If you would like to offer your services as a Local Training Manager, please contact your County Training Manager or send us a message below.

Help and Support

Don’t worry, you are never alone as a Local Training Manager, support is always on hand. You will be a part of the County’s team of Local Training Managers managed by the County Training Manager , who will hold regular team meetings where you will share good practice, seek help and advice.