Residential events are fun and some of the most memorable experiences girls and young women have with guiding. They offer opportunities for adventure and also for learning and developing skills like teamwork, leadership and independent living. Leaders get to know their girls better in a relaxed environment.
Generation Green Outdoor Activities Leader Training 25th-26th June 2022
Come along to celebrate the outdoors, learn some new skills and polish up the old ones with an overnight outdoor activities leader training.
Or – Download an application form here and send to Girlguiding Bucks (GG Outdoor Activities Camp), 3 Walton Terrace, Walton Street, Aylesbury, HP21 7QY.
The Going Away With Scheme
This is a flexible, modular training qualification. Candidates need only complete the modules required for their responsibilities at an event. For more information on the scheme see the guidance for leaders on this page and on the Girlguiding website. The County application form can be downloaded from this page.
GAW Scheme Skills Days
These are run by the County. They cover all modules of the GAW scheme. Details of the next GAW Skills Day will be shown here.
These will be needed for each event, travel to/from the event and activities during the event. They help you look at an event from all angles and imagine ‘what if’ scenarios. They are working documents that are updated throughout the planning process. Here is the girlguiding risk assessment template.
These need to be completed by the event organiser for every event. See the girlguiding website for the most up to date forms the latest version was issued in May 2021. Commissioners, there is guidance on this page for when you sign a REN.
Guides can gain their Camp Permit See the guidance on the Girlguiding website and download the form on the right to apply.
Rangers and Young Leaders can gain their Lead Away Permit See the guidance on the Girlguiding website and download the form on the right to apply.