Scouts NSW Training Rebate Scheme

As of the 1st April 2018, Scouts NSW is now offering Groups a training rebate for new Leaders who joined after 1 April 2018 who complete their Basic training and or Advanced training within a specified period.

The scheme aims to encourage Leaders to complete their Basic and Advanced Wood Badge training within specified timeframes at a reduced cost. There is a $45 rebate paid to the Group for a Leader completing Basic training within twelve months of joining and there is a $63 rebate paid to the Group for a Leader completing Advanced training within three years of joining.

How It Works

On a monthly basis, Group Leaders will be notified of Members who are eligible for the training rebate. They can then complete a Training Rebate Confirmation form on CareMonkey which will sit in the form library. Please see the prototype here.

Selection Criteria

  • The Training Rebate Scheme only applies to first time Leaders who have joined after 1 April 2018.
  • Eligible Leaders must be aged 18 or above.
  • The agreed start date will be the date that members are given pre-applicant status.
  • Given that youth members will already have access to eLearning through Scout Central, the agreed start date for Rovers will commence on the members 18th birthday.
  • For existing Adult Helpers & Supporters who decide to embark on leader training for the first time, the start date will be the date the member becomes a pre-applicant on ScoutLink.
  • The COAL must be issued within twelve months of the start date.
  • The Wood Badge must be issued within three years from the start date.
  • Rovers completing Rover Basic Leader training will be ineligible for the rebate due to the already discounted rate of the course.
  • The rebate does not apply if discounted courses were used as part of the training.
  • Up to a maximum of 1 Basic and 1 Advanced rebate will be paid per Leader.
  • If eligible, the rebate will be paid to the group who initially paid for the member to be trained.

Please email [email protected] for further information in relation to the Training Rebate Scheme.

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