Scouts Canada's Leader Development
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After a Leader has completed the PRC (Police Record Check) they must begin on their Orientation training. Following this, the Core Learning and Specific Section Training must take place. Only through effective training, can we hope to have adequately trained Leaders carrying out effective and stimulating programming to retain our youth, keep them involved, and recruit others.
Core Learning Objectives
Beaver Leaders Orientation
Basic Beaver Objectives
Cub Leaders Orientation
Basic Cub Objectives
Scout Leaders Orientation
Basic Scout Objectives
Venturer Advisor Orientation
Basic Venturer Objectives
Rover Advisor Orientation
Basic Rover Objectives
Checklist and Progress Record
Woodbadge I is the recognition leaders receive for completing the Basic Program Planning and Delivery Core Learning Objectives plus the Section Specific Learning Objectives for any section. The objectives follow the roles a leader would normally perform as an active member of a leadership team. In addition to the abilities a leader brings to their Scouting roles, leaders may acquire the knowledge and skill to perform these roles in many ways including formal courses, workshops, peer coaching, on-the-job training, external sources and self-study. Contact your council for more information on the learning opportunities they can provide.
Advanced Objectives for all Sections. (formerly Wood Badge Part 2)
Advanced Checklist and Progress Record