Re: New Youth Protect Rules
- --- In email@example.com, Teresa Hall <WarEagle78@...> wrote:
>Following up my post, the new leaders who attach the certificates may, in theory, have the training logged by the Registrar at the time they are entered in the system.
> If you log back in to ScoutNet with the login id and password that you used
> to take the test, and add your ID number and council to THAT
> account,ScoutNet will have all the training data associated with that
> account. I've seen it work in our council.
However, I still have several leaders who have been unsuccessful at going back and entering their Membership numbers to get credit for their online coursework and as back up, I have them send in those certificates for manual entry (which of course creates a paper problem for the Registrar).
To be honest, at this point there are many days when it seems like I need to run computer courses rather than BSA training because this seems where the knowledge gap is at the moment.
- 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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