Interested in being a Patrol Leader, or Assistant Patrol Leader?
Patrol Leaders and Assistant Patrol Leaders must be over 18 and will co-ordinate the activities of the patrol
The Patrol Leader must have a Nights Away Permit and First Response (First Aid) certificate by the time of the event - don't worry if you don't have these already, we can help you with training and funding for this training if you need it
You will be the communication point between your patrol and the Contingent Management Team (CMT), who will be there to support you
You won't have full responsibility for the under 18 members of your patrol - this 'parental' responsibility sits with the CMT - but you will be keen to support and help them along the way
In April 2018, all Patrol Leaders will meet for a weekend at the PL Academy to learn leadership skills and get all the latest information so that they feel confident to take their patrol on a Path
Assistant Patrol Leaders support the Patrol Leader and, if for any reason the Patrol Leader can't continue with Roverway, their Assistant would take over
Being a PL / APL is a great opportunity to take part in some training and develop your leadership skills, all in a fully supported environment - why not give it a go?
Make sure you express your interest in being a PL/APL when you register you interest here.