According to the Den Chief Training Conference manual, Den Chiefs can be found in a Tiger Den as well as all of the others. Don't forget to include females as part of the Venturing Crews can also hold this leadership position as well.
Den Chief Training Chair,
Great Frontier District, Heart of Ohio Council, Ashland, OH
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From: Darlene Scheffler <djstokes@...
To: Scouter_T <firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 11:42:27 AM
Subject: [Scouter_T] CSLST corrections
Below are some corrections we have found for the new CSLST. Anyone found any others?
Intro to Cub Scouting
Slide missing - Bobcat requirement 8 is not mentioned (protecting child from abuse)
How We Have Fun
Slide 37 - Org chart is wrong - Tigers do not have den chiefs
Slide 38 - should add Roundtable as a support
Slide 56 - Tiger Cubs do not have den chiefs
Slide 76 - Immediate recognition emblem (first recognition received) should come Before Bobcat badge (first badge received not the first recognition)
Slide 78 - There is no Tiger Cub motto, should be Cub Scout motto
Slide 84 - parents are required to attend all meetings and activities
Slide 89 - Shared Leadership is a Tiger concept (although it is a good idea to continue)
Slide 91 - Add attend Roundtable
Slide 109 - boys may work on Arrow Points at any time, but Arrow Points may not be presented until the Wolf badge is completed.
Slide 116 - Varsity Scouts may also be den chiefs
Slide 124 - should add attend Roundtable
Slide 126 - family chooses tan or blue uniform, not the den
Slide 132 - Boy Scout skills are not taught in Webelos (see age-appropriate guidelines)
Slide 144 - compass points are not an option that packs may choose to award
Slide 146 - should state "six months since completing the fourth grade or becoming 10 years old"
Slide 146 - campout is not required for Arrow of Light (other outdoor activities may be used)
Slide 153 - Varsity Scouts may be den chiefs
Slide 160 - Org chart is wrong - Tiger Cubs do not have den chiefs
Slide 161 - CM shoud work with the pack committee to coordinate membership, recruiting and retntion. These are joint responsibilities
Slide 161 - add attend Roundtable
Slide 162 - add attend Roundtable
Slide 194 - Org chart is wrong - Tiger Cubs do not have den chiefs
Slide 203 - Outing Chair is not required to be BALOO trained - just to have a BALOO trained person attend pack campouts
Slide 204 - Recruiting should be year-round
Slide 219 - Link to pack budget is wrong - should be http://www.scouting
.org/CubScouts/ resources/ packbudget. aspx
Slide 221 - Confusing slide
- community does not provide funds to unit (should go to FOS)
- registration is not really earned income since most of the money goes to National/Council
- packs have money-earning projects not fundraisers
Pack Trainer (haven't worked on this one yet)
Aims of Cub Scouting - these are aims of Scouting, not Cub Scouting
Bobcat Badge - Blue and Gold colors are not a requirement
Bobcat Badge - requirement 8 (protecting child from abuse) is missing
Boys' Life is the correct spelling (not Boy's Life)
The "Training slide" should be added to all the breakouts except the Tiger breakout since this should be mentioned yearly.
Tour Permits should be emphasized in Webelos, Pack Committee, and Cubmaster
Webelos - mention Webelos Scout Overnight Checklist - www.scouting. org/filestore/ pdf/34-50. pdf
Cubmaster - add Pack Overnighter Site Approval Form - http://www.scouting
.org/filestore/ pdf/34-65. pdf
I made handouts for the training. Feel free to copy (just please send my any corrections you may find): www.boyscouters. org/trainers
Has anyone made a Local Resource Worksheet yet?
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