Manager & Supporter Training LMM

Managing Time and Personal Skills (LMM)

Learning Methods:

  • Managing Time and Personal Skills Independent Learning
  • Skills of Management Course
 

Topics covered:

  • Being aware of your own skills and knowledge, identifying areas for development and having a plan to improve or develop in these areas.
  • Tips and techniques for managing your time and the using the time you spend volunteering effectively.

Below explains what the learner need to do to satisfy the criteria for the LMM section. Remember all your life skills and experience can be taken into when meeting with your Training Adviser.

To validate this module learners will need to complete the following:Evidence may include one or more of the following:Requires RevalidationRelevant Role
Provide your personalised role description in which you have agreed realistic goals and targets with your line manager for the development of local Scouting that work towards The Scouts’ strategic objectives. Describing the process and how you came to agreement.
  • A copy of your personalised role description
  • A copy of your task plan showing plans, goals & targets
  • A discussion with your Training Adviser
  • YesAll
    Demonstrate and explain how you have considered the future requirements of your role, identified the skills and knowledge that you need to develop or improve and the steps you will follow to do so.
  • Discussion with your Training Adviser
  • Copy of your personal learning and development plan.
  • YesAll
    Outline a number of tips and techniques useful for managing time effectively.
  • Discussion with your Training Adviser
  • Examples of tips and techniques used.
  • NoAll
    Demonstrate and explain how you have reviewed how you use your time and identified possible improvements so that you can focus on the goals and priorities that you have agreed with your line manager.
  • A copy of your role description
  • A copy of your task plan showing plans, goals & targets
  • Discussion with your Training Adviser
  • NoAll
    Give examples of how you have used feedback from others to improve the way you carry out your role
  • Documentation showing the details of the feedback received and the actions you have taken
  • Discussion with your Training Adviser
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    NoAll
    Outline the ways in which you keep up to date with developments in Scouting generally
  • Examples of resources and information uses
  • Discussion with your Training Adviser
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    NoAll
    Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
    Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls