Safeguarding Officer

National Volunteer Guide

Below you can download details of all the volunteer roles available at a local level in Woodcraft Folk groups around the UK. They're divided into three groups:

  • First steps - roles suitable for your first experience of volunteering in Woodcraft Folk
  • More involved - roles needing a bit more time and experience
  • Regular commitment - roles for those who've been volunteering for a while and want more responsibility

Volunteer Policy

Below you will find our Volunteer Policy available for download.

This policy seeks to:

  • Identify how Woodcraft Folk involves and recruits volunteers;
  • Make a strong commitment to supporting diversity;
  • Clarify what volunteers can expect from Woodcraft Folk and in return what is expected of them;
  • Confirm volunteer selection and screening requirements; and
  • Signpost volunteers and volunteer co-ordinators to a range of policies and resources that have been designed to support their engagement within Woodcraft Folk on a local and national level.

Bromley OGM

Event date: 
22 June 2011 - 6:15pm - 9:00pm
Event location: 
TBC

The main business of this meeting will be to discuss the development of the Bromley Elfin and Pioneer groups and the district participation at Cocamp

Bromley OGM

Event date: 
23 March 2011 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Event location: 
The Crown & Anchor, Bromley, 19 Park Road, Bromley, Kent BR1 3HJ

Minutes of January meeting available from jackiedavieswcf@hotmail.co.uk.

If you're planning to attend, please let Jackie know.

Supporting young people with learning and communication difficulties

Event date: 
11 February 2011 - 10:30am - 13 February 2011 - 4:00pm
Event location: 
Lockerbrook Outdoor Activities Centre, Sheffield

Members from Chorlton & Whalley Range District approached the General Council to raise an important inclusion issue.

The group of adult members and young people felt Woodcraft Folk events are inclusive in many ways. With issues around racism, sexism and homophobia tackled overtly to ensure all young people feel welcome and supported.

Safeguarding portal

Each District should have its own safeguarding plan based on the national policy. To see example Local Safeguarding Plans click here.

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