Here you find more information about Scout Centres all over the world with which KISC has set up a partnership.
The partnership can include:
- advertisment of each centre on the respective websites
- recruitment for staff for both centres
- exchange of staff between centres
- exchange of ideas and operational procedure between centres
- support in areas that need development (programme, staff, catering, camping, etc.)
the Suncheon Asia-Pacific Scout Centre (SAPSC)
The Korea Scout Association (KSA) and the World Scout Bureau Asia-Pacific Region (APR) have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Korea's ecological capital, Suncheon city on 16 December 2008 to manage the Suncheon Asia-Pacific Scout Centre (SAPSC) where young people may improve their global leadership potential.
In March 2009, the SAPSC began offering programmes in English based on the Scout method of "learning by doing" - a hands-on experiential learning process in the outdoors - through young leaders from the National Scout Organisations. Korean youth may learn real-life, everyday spoken English and global leadership through various outdoor hands-on programmes, weekly English camps and seasonal experiential programmes. At the same time, staff members may learn about Korea's rich history, culture, and tradition as well as share the brotherhood of Scouting with participants and visitors.
More information on the SAPSC, the staff requirements and the Staff Application form you can find here:
Suncheon Asia-Pacific Scout Centre - Staff Information [PDF]
Suncheon Asia-Pacific Scout Centre - Staff Application Form [DOC]
KISC HAS ALSO some links to the following centres:
KISC is part of the SCENES Programme - Scout Centres of Excellence for Nature and the Environment. The other SCENES Centres are:
Kandersteg International Scout Centre is also part of the Goose Network. The network is made up of Scout and Guide Centres that come together and aim to improve the quality of environmental, nature and cultural activities and Scout and Guide Centres throughout Europe.
The following are links to other Scout centres that are part of the network.
BP TRAILS - BACK IN BADEN POWELL'S FOOTSTEPS
BP-Trails offers organised tours for active and/or former Scouts that follow the footsteps of Baden Powell and visit the Centre while staying in Kandersteg.
For more details see www.bp-trails.com.
Some other interesting links: