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Learn new skills, push your limits and boost your CV!

From people management training to getting experience in organising large-scale events, the possibilities are endless.

Opportunities for volunteers

The sky’s the limit

Become a trainer

Boost your CV

Become a trustee

Awards

Become a trainer

Become a trainer

Could you become a Girlguiding trainer?

A Girlguiding Scotland trainer is an inspiring, qualified volunteer who helps other volunteers to learn and apply the skills they need to great unit meetings.

Boost your CV

Boost your CV

Showcase the skills you’ve developed through guiding

Guiding can show potential employers that there’s more to you than your qualifications.

Become a trustee

Become a trustee

Help shape the future of Girlguiding Scotland

If you have the skills and experience to help steer Girlguiding Scotland and make sure we achieve our vision and mission, then becoming one of our trustees could be for you.

Awards

Awards

Recognition for our outstanding volunteers

Girlguiding awards recognise members and volunteers for excellent or a longstanding service.

A Safe Space

Our safeguarding training ensures that volunteers offer girls a safe space where they can have fun, learn and grow. Please note that all volunteers need to correct level of safe space training for their role by the end of 2020.

Volunteer opportunities

Do you want to take on a new challenge? Check out the exciting volunteer roles available at the moment and apply now!

Training

Girlguiding Scotland trainers are inspiring, qualified volunteers who train other volunteers in the key skills to deliver great unit meetings. You could also choose to be a trainer in a specialist subject such as first aid, water activities or fundraising.

Our dedicated Girlguiding Scotland training team is on hand to support trainers all along the way, from qualifying through to delivering sessions.

 

Organise local training

If you’d like to book a training session on any topic then please contact the development coordinator for your county, who will work with the Scottish Training team to organise it.

Boost your CV

Your role with Girluiding can show potential employers that there’s more to you than your qualifications. It can help you demonstrate project or event management experience, leadership skills or useful transferable skills such as public speaking.

Become a trustee

If you have the skills and experience to help steer Girlguiding Scotland and make sure we achieve our vision and mission, then becoming one of our trustees could be for you. Trustee vacancies are advertised on our website and social media when they become available.

There are also opportunities to make guiding happen at your local level. You could volunteer as a local commissioner to run your local area or for an adviser role, providing specialist skills on anything from public relations to walking or the arts. Or you could head up a whole section like Brownies or Rainbows. Contact your local district, division or county commissioner to find out what opportunities are available.

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If you have any concerns about the Girlguiding Scotland privacy notice or about how we deal with data, or how we’ve used your data, please get in touch. Write to or email the data protection officer at: dataprotection@girlguiding-scot.org.uk The data protection officer Girlguiding Scotland 16 Coates Crescent Edinburgh EH3 7AH If your enquiry is about Girlguiding’s membership system (GO) and how they deal with data, or use your data please contact Girlguiding’s data protection team: dataprotection@girlguiding.org.uk The data protection team Girlguiding 17-19 Buckingham Palace Road London SW1W 0PT You can also make a complaint to the information commissioner’s office

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