14878Re: [Scouter_T] Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills
- Apr 9 3:50 AMIn order to resolved the issue of getting ScoutNet recognize a Scouter's earlier training I have done the following.
After discussions with My Council Professional Adviser and the Scout Executive we decided that because BSA states once trained in a position always trained we would enter the current course code with a date of 1/1/current year.ScoutNet now considers these Scouters Trained.Yours In ScoutingMike CrothersTecumseh Council Training Chair
Springfield, OhioI used to be a good old Bob White NE-CS-11
and a good old staffer too NE-CS-13
and I used to be a good old Fox WE4-57-06
From: Richard Damon <richard@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 11:34 PM
Subject: Re: [Scouter_T] Introduction To Outdoor Leader Skills
Because the people didn't take THAT course, and they were already
recorded under the original.
On 4/8/14, 10:01 PM, Connie Knie wrote:
> So why not just use the newer codes?
> *From:* "knope@..." <knope@...>
> 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 National. For instance, several of my
> Adult Leaders have _S10 Troop Committee Challenge_ (taken in a
> classroom setting and showing up online) but the software only
> recognizes _WS10_ (online version of the class) so they show up
> under Not Trained. Also, last year courses like Scoutmaster
> Fundamentals showed as giving credit. This year they are not. (I
> have 2 former Scoutmasters who took these courses).
Member of Committee, Troop 302 Arlington
Pack Trainer, Pack 306 Arlington
Member at large, Sons of Liberty District. Boston Minuteman Council
I used to be a Fox (NE-I-209) and a good ole staffer too (NE-I-234,
NE-I-244, NE-I-258, NE-I-261, NE-I-268)
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