Leadership training is a major part of Scouting, and this revised training will teach trainers how to conduct an effective training session. This course includes an opportunity to prepare and practice a presentation and demonstrate new skills. This course will be especially useful for those serving on the training staffs of Wood Badge, NYLT, and leader-specific training.
- Youth Trainers for NYLT, Venturing, Roundtable, OA, and Summer Camp
- District Trainers in Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity, and Venturing
- Council Trainers for Wood Badge, NYLT, and all other trainings.
- Commissioners: Unit, District, Assistant District, and Roundtable
- Any Scout Leader who wants to learn to communicate, and teach better!
To clarify, an adult is any leader or trainer that is 21 years old or over. A youth is a leader or trainer between 14 and 21 years of age, regardless of the program they are involved in. Boy Scouts should hold the rank of 1st Class or higher.
- How and why we train leaders-and how to do it effectively.
- What's important about communication?
- How to plan a training.
- Characteristics of a good trainer.
- What kind of arrangements do you need to make.
- What kind of technology works best in any given situation?
- The latest in training methods.
- Use of reflection and feed back.
- How to get that EDGE into all we do!
January 19, 2013 (2132 W 2700 N, Farr West, UT)
February 9, 2013 (2132 W 2700 N, Farr West, UT)
March 16, 2013 (2132 W 2700 N, Farr West, UT)
May 18, 2013 (2132 W 2700 N, Farr West, UT)
September 14, 2013 (2132 W 2700 N, Farr West, UT)
$8 per participant
Prepare a 10 minute presentation on a topic from any BSA material. Your presentation is intended to demonstrate training skills and give opportunity for constructive feedback.
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