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14880
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills As the Council Training Registrar, I would comment that is the "easy" way to fix a problem. There is a better, more accurate, way to identify leaders trained
p5a7u5l
Apr 9
#14880
 
14879
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills As a Council Training Chair I do not have access to the MyScouting New Tools. I have an arrangement with the registrar with the concurrence of the council
Michael Crothers
Apr 9
#14879
 
14878
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills In order to resolved the issue of getting ScoutNet recognize a Scouter's earlier training I have done the following. After discussions with My Council
Michael Crothers
Apr 9
#14878
 
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14877
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Please do NOT use the newer codes for older courses. As I mentioned in my previous posting, there are lists you can download from
p5a7u5l
Apr 9
#14877
 
14876
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Because the people didn't take THAT course, and they were already recorded under the original. ... -- Richard Damon Member of Committee, Troop 302 Arlington
Richard Damon
Apr 8
#14876
 
14875
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills So why not just use the newer codes?  Connie ... So why not just use the newer codes? Connie From: "knope@..." Don’t be too
Connie Knie
Apr 8
#14875
 
14874
IOLS Required at Summer camp? My premise is that everyone reading this case about training. The problem is why constitutes training and is there a relationship between training and
Mark Liechty
Apr 8
#14874
 
14873
Re: IOLS, IOLS test out, etc. ... While there are some advantages to getting the entire paid staff out of the training business (less money in and less need for FOS) there is also a major
Mark Liechty
Apr 8
#14873
 
14872
Re: IOLS, IOLS test out, etc. Unit key 3 (Committee Chair, Chartered Organization Representative and Unit Leader) can update anyone's training records using Training Manager at
bnelson45
Apr 7
#14872
 
14871
IOLS, IOLS test out, etc. Folks, FWIIW; The Required or Mandatory Training effort started in 2009 or 2010 effort in selected Councils was phased out, according to information our
Mike Clark
Apr 7
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14870
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Don’t be too quick to blame the Key 3. The software doesn’t recognize all the exceptions and some of those must be manually overridden by someone at
peterknope
Apr 7
#14870
 
14869
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills What I have done is grabbed the list of training codes found here: http://www.scouting.org/training.aspx http://www.scouting.org/training.aspx. On the right
p5a7u5l
Apr 6
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14868
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Come on, a Cubmaster who in the course of a year could not complete a 45 minute online course? Not a commish, but even a training guy like me can conclude
Mark Ellis
Apr 6
#14868
 
14867
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Ed, other members of the Unit Key 3 may not be able to fix his records using their my.scouting.org account for a variety of reasons if the problem is not
Mark Ellis
Apr 6
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14866
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Ed - I'd like to ask you to lighten up just a bit. This thing about the Key 3 is something new - along with the NEW MyScouting Tools. As someone who has been
p5a7u5l
Apr 6
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IOLS "Test Out" Art asked... >> What is your criteria for a “test out” and how does that get recorded? The guidance from the National Training Team is that a District
The Rooneys
Apr 6
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14864
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills As part of the Key 3 it is your fault do not pass the blame you can check and update your training records. Ed Harvey Dutchess District Training Chair Every
ed5870
Apr 6
#14864
 
14863
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills As the council's training registrar, I've been working with the NEW MyScouting Tools and here's some things to consider/remember: 1. You can check your profile
p5a7u5l
Apr 6
#14863
 
14862
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills John, How does lousy record keeping relate to the fact that National seems to be backing away from mandatory training because they are afraid leaders will
Connie Knie
Apr 6
#14862
 
14861
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Hi John, Get either the committee chair or the COR to go into MyDOTScoutingDOTorg, find the training tab and add your training. The key 3 of any unit can add
memcquaidfam
Apr 6
#14861
 
14860
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills ... John: I think you are reading this wrong. It is a matter of plausible deniability. There are MILLIONS of dollars of profit in Training. That money is
Mark Liechty
Apr 6
#14860
 
14859
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills You are blaming the wrong entity for the lousy record keeping. The local council enters all of the training records. Make a good friend of your District
Dan Smith
Apr 6
#14859
 
14858
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Dear Connie: Or National is just lousy at record keeping! My Troop just rechartered, and for the second year in a row we are listed as "Not a Quality Unit"
Whiteley, John F
Apr 6
#14858
 
14857
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Is it me or is that really sad?  And to not make training mandatory for that reason is cowardice. As I see it, yes there may be a hit in registered
Connie Knie
Apr 6
#14857
 
14856
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills I did not red it. Mark Griffin the head of volunteer training at national stated it at the Central Region Area 6 Council Training committee Chair
Michael Crothers
Apr 5
#14856
 
14855
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Not sure what you are reading, but I'm not seeing that in the following article from the Spring 2013 issue of Training Times on page 6: It was announced a
p5a7u5l
Apr 5
#14855
 
14854
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills National has stopped the trail program. The results were such that national gave up requiring mandatory training. The results units with 20 registered scouters
Michael Crothers
Apr 5
#14854
 
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Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills National - some day in the future - will be requiring training for all positions. If you look at past Training Times articles, you'll see it in there
p5a7u5l
Apr 5
#14853
 
14852
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills Scouters-T One hour a week! Not quite. I look at One Hour a Week times /*number of youth served.*/ This changes the equation. ~Tom Bingaman ... -- If you
Tom Bingaman
Apr 5
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14851
Re: Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills OK, I have to weigh in on this.  I'm a District Training Chair in the Sam Houston Area Council, and I've served on staff for about 15 or so IOLS courses in
Andre Houser
Apr 5
#14851
 
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