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The Value Chain of a large scale Scouting/Guiding event The Academy 2014, 7.11.2014 Viljami Hätönen, Guides and Scouts of Finland Originally by Pauli Saloranta.

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1 The Value Chain of a large scale Scouting/Guiding event The Academy 2014, Viljami Hätönen, Guides and Scouts of Finland Originally by Pauli Saloranta & Lotte Malkakorpi Educational Committee, GSF

2 Days in a Scout camp (calculations from Finland) National Jamboree about days every six years (1-2 project leaders) 2012 Disctrict Camps about days every about six years (8 project leaders) 2009 Local unit camps about days every year (about 1000 camp leaders) Plus the preparation for the camps! Compared to the ”bread and butter” weekly activities: 35 weeks x 1 hour x Scouts/Guides : 18 hours (of wakeup time in camps ;) ≈ days per year (905 local unit leaders) Conclusion: Camps are intensive and quality Scouting/Guiding! Roverway days (1 project leader) Satahanka – International Sea Scout camp days every 5 year (1 project leader)

3 The Scout Effect?

4 Partici- pant experi- ence The Scout Effect?

5 Partici- pant experi- ence Youth present at the project The Scout Effect?

6 Partici- pant experi- ence The Scout Effect?

7 The Adult Leader Projectleaders The project outlines Strategic Strategicgoals Activities Activities Partici- pant experi- ence The Scout Effect?

8 The Adult Leader Projectleaders The project outlines Strategic goals Strategic goals Partici- pant experi- ence Done during the project 24/7 plus before & Done during the project 24/7 plus before &after The Scout Effect?

9 Partici- pant experi- ence The Adult Leader Projectleaders The project outlines Strategic goals The Scout Effect? Activities Activities

10 Partici- pant experi- ence The Adult Leader Projectleaders The project outlines Their own view Strategic goals Strategic goals Activities Activities Former projects Back- ground Weather, chance, friends The Scout Effect?

11 Partici- pant experi- ence The Adult Leader Projectleaders The project outlines Their own view Strategic goals Strategic goals Activities Activities MO/NSO Strategy Former projects Back- ground Weather, chance, friends The Scout Effect?

12 Partici- pant experi- ence The Adult Leader Projectleaders The project outlines Their own view Strategic goals Strategic goals Activities Activities MO/NSO Strategy Former projects Scout Educa- tion Back- ground Weather, chance, friends The Scout Effect?

13 Partici- pant experi- ence The Adult Leader Projectleaders The project outlines Their own view Strategic goals Strategic goals Steering group Activities Activities MO/NSO Strategy Former projects Back- ground Weather, chance, friends The Scout Effect? Scout Educa- tion

14 The project outlines Their own view Strategic goals Strategic goals Steering group MO/NSO Strategy Former projects Back- ground Weather, chance, friends The Scout Effect? The Adult Leader Projectleaders Activi- ties Activi- ties Partici- pant experi- ence Scout Educa- tion

15 sää, sattuma, kaverit entisetleiritleiri-tilaus oma näkemys tämä semi- naari SP:n tavoit- teet kasvatus - tavoitteet piirintavoit-teet The Adult Leader Projectleaders Activi- ties Activi- ties The Scout Effect? Back- ground Partici- pant experi- ence

16 lähin johtaja teke- minen leirilläleirinjohto omatausta sää, sattuma, kaverit entisetleiritleiri-tilaus oma näkemys tämä semi- naari SP:n tavoit- teet kasvatus - tavoitteet piirintavoit-teet The Scout Effect? Partici- pant experi- ence

17 The Scout Effect! Partici- pant experi- ence

18 The Scout Effect! Partici- pant experi- ence

19 Thesis’ of this presentation: Big projects produce more ”Scoutput” than a full year of weekly Scouting at the local unit Big projects enable activities not reachable in the local level We are already pretty good at organizing projects -> focus should be on how to make the content superduper The goals of Scouting are educational, meaning they happen inside a person. Big project are planned according to outer activities and events. Scout education is to be carried out in ALL aspects of a project, not just in the Programme Big project is the heaviest tool for making your strategy into action and t o l e a d y o u r o r g a n i z a t i o n!


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