The Adventurous Activity Permit Scheme is designed to show that all those leading adventurous activities for young people within Scouting have the skills, experience and personal suitability to do so. It is designed so that it can be tailored to be as flexible as possible, while at the same time providing a robust checking process for leaders in adventurous activities. The permit should be seen as an enabling device to show a person’s competence and provide reassurance to parents of the young people.
The City of Hull District team want to enable adventurous activities for all our young people. Over lockdown we have seen a number of permits expire with no renewal form being submitted, so please take the time to check your permits and make sure they are in date. If they are not you can download submit this form (https://cms.scouts.org.uk/media/11971/application-form-aap.doc) to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for a renewal.
Remember that if your permit has expired your camp or activity will be rejected so please make sure to take the time to check the date on your permit.
If you are looking to apply for an Adventurous Activity Permit then please also fill in the following form (https://cms.scouts.org.uk/media/11971/application-form-aap.doc) and send it to email@example.com to apply for a permit.
There are loads of amazing activities you can do that don't require a permit a lot of these can be found here - https://www.scouts.org.uk/activities/
But if you are wanting to apply for a permit here is a list activities that need permit approval.
For more information on the Adventurous Activity Permit Scheme please visit https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteers/running-your-section/programme-guidance/activity-permit-scheme/