Leaders and Adult Members are always required for all Sections of Scouts Australia.
Prior experience in Scouting is not necessary. Full adult training appropriate to the age group in which you are
interested is available. Leader's registration and training fees are paid for by the Group.
The rewards of Scouting leadership are lasting and truly beneficial. You'll help
guide young members along a memorable path which will lead them to become valued citizens of our community. Best of
all, you will experience a new dimension of fun and adventure while doing it.
- A Blue Card is required and will be provided free of charge. Please see our
Group Leader for the relevant paperwork (pre-formatted with Scouts Queensland information).
- Free training in First Aid, and to Certificate III and IV in Business and
- There is a wide variety of positions available to suit most
- Work with youth members or young adults from 6 to 26 years old.
- Enjoy healthy outdoor activities whilst challenging yourself and our youth
Code of Conduct
of Conduct is expected of all adults, members and Associates, uniformed and non-uniformed, who work within the
Movement, recognising that at all times they should act responsibly and exercise a Duty of Care.
The Group Council consists of the Group Leader and Section Leaders. The Group
Leader is the manager of the Group, with trained Section Leaders to run various Section Programs.
The Group Council is responsible for organising the application and delivery of the
Scouts Australia Institute of Training
The Scouts Australia Institute of Training (SAIT) coordinates the training
and development of Adult Leaders in all States and Territories. The training system includes preliminary,
basic, advanced and supplementary training in Scouting and the skills required to develop and lead young
people, as well as integration assistance and support for the duration of the Leader's
SAIT was launched in 2004 as a nationally accredited training organisation.
SAIT currently offers courses from Certificate II to Diploma level in Business and Certificate II to
Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation, which are recognised outside Scouts Australia and are
transferable to other areas of education and business.