Presentation on theme: "DofE Conference 7 th June 2014 Woodhouse Park Scout Activity Centre."— Presentation transcript:
DofE Conference 7 th June 2014 Woodhouse Park Scout Activity Centre
Programme 1030 – Welcome, introductions, update –HQ update –Training 1300 – Lunch –Consultation –eDofE 1500 – Coffee break –Celebrating success –Developing your county 1700 – Close and depart
Meet The Team Jess Kelly Adventure Development Manager DofE Manager The Scout Association (England &BSO) Claire Maynard Administrative Assistant Laura Butler P&D Adviser (Adventure) DofE Operations Adam Ball P&D Adviser (Adventure) DofE Training Bob James DofE Training SASU Manager Gemma Hoskins Head of Adventure and International
Annual Statistics Groups –Increased from 781 to 1536 –More accurate data from eDofE Participants –Increased from 8788 to –More accurate data from eDofE –Biggest provider in the UK
Registrations and Completions Bronze 4559 Silver 1835 Gold 1052 Total = 7446 Increase of 6% Bronze 1844 Silver 807 Gold 374 Total = 3025 Increase of 26%
What’s been going on Staff team changes Volunteer changes British Scouting Overseas Training Transfers Gold Award Presentations Business as usual!!!
Gold Award Presentations 2 Presentations 25 September 2013 –HRH the Earl of Wessex –150 award holders and 170 guests 2 Presentations May 2014 –HRH the Duke of Edinburgh –200 award holders and 220 guests
Vision 2018 Scouting in 2018 will make a positive impact in our communities; prepare young people to be active citizens; embrace and contribute to social change. Scouting in 2018 will be shaped by young people in partnership with adult; enjoyed by young people and more adult volunteers; as a diverse as the communities in which we live. Members in 2018 will feel empowered; valued and proud.
Strategic Objectives Growth –500k youth, 150k adults Inclusivity –200 deprived areas, reflective of society, open to all Youth Shaped –Young people influence decisions, YL’s help growth, adults help young people to shape scouting Community Impact –8000 community impact projects, public see scouting as relevant