Re: New Youth Protect Rules
The only registered leader in a Tiger den is the Tiger Den Leader. They would be the only one who would need to take the training right away. Of course, it never hurts to have all parents take the training at some point.
I am not sure how this would affect back to school nights. [I am assuming you are talking about what we call Join Scouting Nights run by the Pack, not the open house run by the school.] At these events you are trying to get the parents to sign up the youth and organize any new Dens.
For any new leaders, take their applications and give them the information to complete the mandatory training, whether it is the web link, or the date the Pack or District has available for a facilitated session.
Yours in Scouting,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Donna F. Williams" <williamsdfw@...> wrote:
> Does this include the new Tiger Parents who are partners and must complete
> an adult application? That's really going to slow up back to school
> nights- although I do understand the principal! Donna
- 4) ...AND the entire name MUST be spelled exactly the same as the
registration form or the system will NOT match the number with the
Yours in Service to Scouting,
On Jun 3, 2010, at 6:31 PM, Bill wrote:
> OK, I just confirmed the following with the Volunteer Development
> Program Impact Department:
> 1) If a person takes the course with their membership ID in
> myscouting, Scoutnet will automatically be updated
> 2) If a person takes the course in myscouting without their
> membership ID in myscouting and then goes back in a month and
> inserts the number in their profile, Scoutnet will automatically be
> updated with the dates of all completed courses.
> 3) It is VITAL that we make sure that each volunteer ONLY has one
> membership number and to merge any info on Scouters with multiple
> membership numbers into one membership number.
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