For the past year, I have received many requests for workshop sessions about new activities that we can add to a Cub or Scout program. What a fantastic time to discover new topic ideas ... why?
Not only does the Canadian Path give Scouters and youth leaders more flexibility to explore new ideas and new adventures ... now the youth leadership teams can get actively involved with planning and delivering those activities.
Register online tonight -- online registration will close tomorrow evening at 6 pm
So what are we offering this year?
Take a look:
There are two changes to the Scouting University schedule that we want to announce. You may decide that you want to update your registration to change which sessions you want to participate in. If you already registered online, please check your confirmation email that you received and determine if you want to submit an update. Instructions to update your registration are at the bottom of this post.
The first change in the schedule is that the Mental Health for Youth session has been changed to a 2 hour session. If you registered for the one hour session and did not select a session for 4 pm, then there is no real change for your registration. If you did register for a 4 pm session, then you should submit an update to your registration.
The second change is that a new session has been added to the Schedule. If want to change your registration to now take the new session, please submit an update to your registration.
To update your online registration
Use the following procedure:
In this second article about Scouting University, we highlight more of the training sessions included in the schedule. Online registration is now open.
Canadian Path Training
Is there anything else on the schedule?
In our next update we will discuss some of the other training that is being provided ... so keep an eye out for the next post.
Until then check out the Scouting University facebook discussion group and the ScoutsTracker calendar event for more details.
See you at the "U"
Scouters Dave Betts and Gord Welling
and the rest of the Univesity Team
Thank a Volunteer!
Did you attend a fantastic training session or get outstanding assistance from a volunteer?
Please take 5 minutes and appreciate their efforts.
For those who have heard the "announcements lament" cheer ...
the second line is
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