Leaders & Parents

Welcome to Jamboree On The Air - Australia. Thank you for considering participating in Jamboree On The Air. In this section you can find a number of short articles, all designed to provide information about the magic hobby of amateur radio and assist you on your Jamboree On The Air journey, whether you are new to JOTA or have participated in years gone by.

If you need any additional information or assistance, you are most welcome to make use of the Contact Us link and I will do my best to reply as soon as possible.

To encourage guides and scouts to participate in Jamboree On The Air, the following suggestions and tips have been prepared, to help in achieving a successful JOTA experience for everyone.

Participating in the "magic of radio" would be a great experience for my youth members, but where and how to make contact with an amateur radio operator?

Here are a few hints on finding an amateur radio operator and working towards a successful Jamboree On The Air.

The safety of children in our society is important to everyone. Both guide and scout organisations have compulsory child protection policies and procedures. Most Australian state and territory government has introduced child protection legislation and implemented Working With Children Checks (WWCC).

Anyone working with children, in both a paid or voluntary capacity, are required to obtain a working with children check, which is then verified by the employer.

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