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Commonwealth Award Public Speaking

BlueJay13

Regular (50+ posts)
#1
I want to talk about mental health for this section but my problem is as I'm not with a Senior Section or Ranger unit and I'm not a college or uni I don't really have any 'peers' to do the talk in front of. I help run a guide unit but seeing as I'm 22 they're nowhere near my age and I'm not sure that the things I want to say are appropriate for 10 year olds. Would visiting a local Senior Section unit for a night be acceptable or is there another way I can do this?
 

Quack

Veteran (100+ posts)
Staff member
GuiderPlus
Moderator
#2
Yes, you could regard another group of TSS as peers, but you could also regard a group of leaders, at a training or district or division event as peers.