Regional Groups exist in many areas of the country. The aims of the regional Groups is to enable members to get together locally to undertake peer led training, share good practice and socialise. There's no charge to join a Regional Group (although some activities may have a fee eg climbing wall entry).
These groups provide great opportunities for members to get together share ideas and good practise, network and share experiences to support each other. Find out what's been happening around the UK in the members news
There are 10 regional groups managed by volunteer coordinators
who work hard to meet the aims of the regional groups providing local opportunity for members to learn and share their expertise. For full members to mentor and support those under going training and consolidation as a form of mentoring and for trainee members to get together to gain personal experience prior to assessment.