Re: [Scouter_T] Re: Cub Scout training slides
Thank you very much for your reply. It was most "Helpful" and
Yours in Scouting,
On May 29, 2009, at 10:10 AM, Richard C. Pushies wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> This is a fairly new quote for me too. It comes from the Trainer's
> EDGE syllabus on page 71 under the heading of Trainer's Code of
> In this section you will find the Trainer's Creed (Which has been
> around for a long time.), the Trainer's Philosophy and a version of
> the Scout Law dedicated to trainers. This is pretty cool and all
> trainers should not only read this version but share it with fellow
> trainers. An example of one point of the Scout Law for trainers.
> Trainers always praise in public and correct in private. Trainers
> are mindful of adults who are shy, quiet, or intimidated and seek to
> put them at ease."
> As with the traditional Scout Law this version contains much wisdom.
> Your can find the Trainer's EDGE syllabus online at
> Or, you can access the file "Trainer's Code of Conduct" file that
> contains the relevant pages on the Trainer's Code of Conduct I
> extracted from the syllabus. I put the file in a new folder titled
> "Trainer Inspiration." There are many good items that inspire
> trainers (Me included!) that are well worth sharing with our fellow
> trainers. I also posted a Word document with the poem "Within My
> Power" by Forest Witcraft originally published in Scouting Magazine
> in 1950. This is a "Spot On" poem every parent, Scouter, and
> professional Scouter should read.
> Yours Truly in Scouting,
> Rick Pushies
> --- In email@example.com, Jim <scoutingislife@...> wrote:
> > Richard,
> > Could you please state your source for this quote (BSA Training
> > Philosophy). It too is "spot on"!
> > Yours in Scouting,
> > -- Jim
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