The adventurous activity permit scheme is an internal assessment scheme designed to ensure that all those leading adventurous activities for young people within Scouting have the skills, experience and personal suitability to do so.
The scheme may initially look complicated but it is in fact just a set of tasks that you need to go through and the Kent Scout Outdoor Adventures Team are happy to support your specific requirements.
Should you need training to get to the right standard it is important you have sight of the various opportunities that are being put in place to give you the tools and skills you need. The Outdoor Adventures Team can provide advise and guidance to point you in the right direction.
Full details of the adventurous activity permit scheme can be found in the factsheets below.
When making an application it is always useful to include all relevant logged experience. To help with this you can use the blank log books below, or any other versions you may have. Again it is possible to fill these in online and send as email attachments, or print off as hard copies.
Caving log book (Word doc)
Climbing log book (Word doc)
Hillwalking log book (Word doc)
Power Boating log book (Word doc)
Scuba Diving log book (Word doc)
Snowsports log book (Word doc)
Water Activities log book (Word doc)
The manager of the activity permit scheme (MAPS) in Kent is Andy Trill