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DofE Leadership Course

Girls’ Brigade Scotland are delighted to be working in partnership with DofE to run this levelled leadership course for 16+ award participants.

This is a fun and challenging opportunity for those who are looking for a gold residential experience or who are looking to take on more responsibility for DofE within their own Company or Division. Requiring some basic familiarity with the award, the course provides a variety of modules delivered Monday-Friday and follow-up material for work to be undertaken after the course has been completed.

Leadership 3 Training - 14th-15th March 2015

We are pleased to announce that we are now taking registrations for the Leadership 3 course which is scheduled to take place at the Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport Hotel on 14th-15th March 2015.

#growgb campaign update

Over 70 companies signed up to the #growgb campaign earlier in the year and the Executive is delighted by this response.

Spill the Beans Issue 14 available now

As per the announcement made at this year’s National AGM, we are pleased to inform you that Issue 14 of the spiritual resource “Spill the Beans” is now available to all GB Officers and Leaders via the Leaders section of the GBS website.

For more information please see the attached flier.

GB Europe Fizz South Africa 2015

 'This isn’t just a one-time experience, it’s a life altering practice.'

Once again, GB Europe is excited to join with OAM (Out of Africa Mission) and offer a transformative discipleship and mission experience in George, South Africa.

DofE Participation Packs

Please note that as of 1st September 2014 the cost of DofE Participation Packs has increased to £18 for Bronze and Silver and £25 for Gold. This increase is necessary to cover price increases in the purchasing of packs and delivery fees. GBS has postponed passing this increased cost onto participants for a number of months but now have to make a small increase to ensure we continue to meet costs.

Registration forms have been amended accordingly and are available for download from the GBS website.

GB Support Network

This new initiative was launched at the AGM on 21 September 2013. This is for officers or auxiliaries who are unable to make a full time commitment to their company or for those considering retirement but still wanting to give practical service to Girls’ Brigade. You can read more about what is involved by clicking on the GBSN information leaflet. A separate website is being established for GBSN but it is not yet available.

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