The Singapore Scout Association was established in 1907 with the mission of developing young people to become caring and useful citizens. With 50 million members worldwide, scouts in every country believe in the one desire of “Creating a Better World”. By always doing their best in whatever they do, Scouts use the outdoors as the platform for learning and development. Together with an established system of programmes that not only develops youths, but also many of the adult leaders that support our youth programmes, scouts all over the world see learning and improving as an essential ongoing process that never ends. Sands Leadership Development Centre (SLDC), named after Frank Cooper Sands, fondly remembered as the "Father of Malayan Scouting”, a division of the Singapore Scout Association was started in 2015 as the Association was keen to share its knowledge in outdoor programme development as well as adult training. Our methodologies are not only derived from the teachings in Scouting but from academic research of Experiential Learning and Leadership Development. To date, SLDC has run numerous programmes for leaders in the outdoors, shared with MOE teachers about facilitation, develop youths to be responsible leaders of themselves as well as their organization, as well as corporate programmes where fun and learning goes hand-in-hand. The list of programmes SLDC has conducted goes on.