Accreditation and Training

Scouts work to protect the peace and nature of the world. They produce policies in this objective and participate in project-based activities on the national or international scene.

When educational activities in Scouts Sans Frontières™ countries, Scouts Sans Frontières™ member organizations form teams such as peacemakers consisting of Scouts over the age of 18, to bring the natural flow of life to an international community, to support campaigns, and to volunteer to help to the region.
And those under 18 will help in community services in each of their countries, and those under 12 years will make good daily action on their actions.

Accreditation and Training

Utilising the expertise of our membership we are able to offer accreditation to training providers within the UK and overseas. We also deliver specific rescue skills training to government an non-government organisations as well as mentoring and coaching services to national and local teams ahead of re-classification or competition.

Members of the Institute have undertaken capacity building and exchange of expertise projects in:

  • Turkey
  • Pakistan
  • India
  • Syria
  • UAE
  • Chile
  • Sierra Leone

Special Interest Groups

This area will host articles and publications relating to the various Special Interest Groups.

If you have an article or paper that you would like to submit, please send it to [email protected]

Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response

The Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief group is aimed at military and civilian personnel with an interest in response to natural disasters and complex emergencies in a humanitarian relief role.

It is recognised that many search and technical rescue disciplines are involved in HADR; a role that is expected to grow over the next 30 years, as climate change, urban development and population growth impact on societies across the globe.

Our principals and approach inline with OCHA