This Course is By Invitation Only
Activity Risk Management in a Youth Setting (Part I: Risk Management Introduction)
Deepen your knowledge of risk management.
About this course
This course offers a general understanding of how to manage risks in outdoor settings. It aims to provide learners with the necessary theoretical concepts and help learners to build the fundamental knowledge of risk management.
At the end of the course, learners will be able to make use of the concepts learnt to recognise and manage risks better.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Explain what Risk Management is and how it is applicable to Scouting.
- Explain the advantages of developing and implementing Risk Management.
- Discuss the consequences of not implementing Risk Management.
- Explain the term Duty of Care
- Apply the Five-Step Risk Management Process to manage risks in Scout activities
- Explain the two sources of danger
- Identify the four types of causal factors for common hazards and risks
For most effective learning experience, follow this instruction:
- Do not attempt to complete the entire course in one sitting, split the learning into 30-minute session daily.
Singapore Scout Association
The Singapore Scout Association (SSA) is an established youth movement dating back to 1910. It is a full member of the World Organisation of the Scout Movement (WOSM), which numbers approximately 57 million Scouts across 172 National Organisations as of 2022.
The SSA, au00c2u00a0registered charity in Singapore, offers a robust system of a non-formal and value-based educational programme to support the development of young people to become responsible and active citizens.
As one of nine uniformed youth groups in Singapore, its programmes are aligned to the 21st Century Competencies (21CC) and Character & Citizenship Education (CCE2021) frameworks promulgated by the Ministry of Education to encourage the holistic physical, mental, spiritual, and social development of youth.