14859Re: [Scouter_T] Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills
- Apr 6 3:23 PMYou 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 Commissioner. With the new tools in my.scouting.org he can enter those records for you and solve that problem.
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On Apr 6, 2014, at 5:58 PM, "Whiteley, John F" <whiteley@...> wrote:
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" because the Unit Leader (me) is untrained. Let's see -- Scoutmaster Fundamentals in1982, Wood Badge in1985, all the Scoutmaster basic training courses, including IOLS, again in 2010, Wood Badge in 2012 (again) and I sent copies of all my certificates to the Council last year. Now I have to do it again.
National really has to get its act together. If we ran a business like this we would be out of business very soon (which may be the way National is heading).
Scoutmaster (but officially untrained) Troop 74
Captain F. Whiteley, Ed.S., AMS, CCT
4200 Ohio River Road
Huntington, WV, 25702
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Charleston Cell: 304-437-3321
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Subject: Re: [Scouter_T] Introduction To Outdoor Leader SkillsIs 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 leadership, for a short while. But when the new scouts cross over it will just be part of the culture and will be no biggie. I mean the only ones who are fighting it now are the ones who have been doing this for a million years and probably never took training to begin with.It might even make Boy Scout leaders work harder to recruit from the incoming Webelos parents/leaders since we know they need to be trained so being proactive about training will become part of the Boy Scout culture.ConnieFrom: Michael Crothers <dowrightbw@...>
National has stopped the trail program.
The results were such that national gave up requiring mandatory training.
The results units with 20 registered scouters became at recharter time 5 registered members.People stop registering as a leader so they would not have to take training. They were probable stillvolunteering, just not taking the mandatory training.
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