This letter considers the resilient consensus problem for switched multi-agent systems composed of continuous-time and discrete-time subsystems. We propose a switched filtering strategy for cooperative nodes based upon available local information, withstanding the threat of non-cooperative nodes. We provide conditions that guarantee resilient consensus in the presence of locally bounded Byzantine nodes in directed networks under arbitrary switching. Resilient scaled consensus and resilient scaled formation generation problems for switched multi-agent systems are solved as generalizations. Simulations are also provided to illustrate the effectiveness of the theoretical results.