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  • Teresa Hall
    Have not seen this posted here yet, my apologies if I missed it. The first part of the new three-part Training Continuum is online here:
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 3, 2012
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      Have not seen this posted here yet, my apologies if I missed it. The first
      part of the new three-part "Training Continuum" is online here:
      http://www.scouting.org/filestore/training/pdf/511-037WB.pdf . It is
      clearly a descendant of Train the Trainer.

      Here's the description from that publication about what the new training
      continuum (T3) is:
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      This first part of the T3 continuum, The Fundamentals of Training, is
      designed to help Scouters, regardless of their experience, present
      effective training. The course will also help those who might have trained
      for other organizations learn the BSA’s training techniques. And, it will
      help freshen up the skills of current BSA trainers. Upon completion of The
      Fundamentals of Training, new trainers will be able to apply the techniques
      they have learned across the BSA’s leadership development programs, from
      unitlevel
      youth leader training taught by youth for youth, to position‐specific and
      supplemental training for adult leaders. Upon completion of this first
      part, new trainers are coached and mentored by experienced trainers as they
      become comfortable with and confident in their training skills.

      Trainer’s EDGE is the second part of the continuum. As trainers develop
      their training skills, Trainer’s EDGE provides an additional opportunity
      for trainers to enhance their abilities. Trainer’s EDGE also supplements
      the training development sessions offered during faculty development for
      advanced leadership training courses and increased familiarity with the
      EDGE model that is used throughout the training.

      The third part of the continuum will be the Master Trainer course taught at
      one of the BSA’s national volunteer training centers or at the regional
      level. The Master Trainer course does not create a designation for the
      participants; it teaches the skills and techniques used to address council
      and district training objectives. Using the analyze‐plan‐manage‐evaluate
      process, participants are ideally suited to create and implement training
      improvement plans that achieve Journey to Excellence goals.
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      Teresa Hall
      Vulcan District Cub Training Chair
      etc
      Greater Alabama Council


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    • Jenn Marques
      This is great; thank you for posting this! Sincerely, Jenn Marques To: scouter_t@yahoogroups.com From: WarEagle78@gmail.com Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2012 10:18:44
      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 3, 2012
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        This is great; thank you for posting this!



        Sincerely,
        Jenn Marques


        To: scouter_t@yahoogroups.com
        From: WarEagle78@...
        Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2012 10:18:44 -0600
        Subject: [Scouter_T] New trainer's continuum


























        Have not seen this posted here yet, my apologies if I missed it. The first

        part of the new three-part "Training Continuum" is online here:

        http://www.scouting.org/filestore/training/pdf/511-037WB.pdf . It is

        clearly a descendant of Train the Trainer.



        Here's the description from that publication about what the new training

        continuum (T3) is:

        -----------------------

        This first part of the T3 continuum, The Fundamentals of Training, is

        designed to help Scouters, regardless of their experience, present

        effective training. The course will also help those who might have trained

        for other organizations learn the BSA’s training techniques. And, it will

        help freshen up the skills of current BSA trainers. Upon completion of The

        Fundamentals of Training, new trainers will be able to apply the techniques

        they have learned across the BSA’s leadership development programs, from

        unitlevel

        youth leader training taught by youth for youth, to position‐specific and

        supplemental training for adult leaders. Upon completion of this first

        part, new trainers are coached and mentored by experienced trainers as they

        become comfortable with and confident in their training skills.



        Trainer’s EDGE is the second part of the continuum. As trainers develop

        their training skills, Trainer’s EDGE provides an additional opportunity

        for trainers to enhance their abilities. Trainer’s EDGE also supplements

        the training development sessions offered during faculty development for

        advanced leadership training courses and increased familiarity with the

        EDGE model that is used throughout the training.



        The third part of the continuum will be the Master Trainer course taught at

        one of the BSA’s national volunteer training centers or at the regional

        level. The Master Trainer course does not create a designation for the

        participants; it teaches the skills and techniques used to address council

        and district training objectives. Using the analyze‐plan‐manage‐evaluate

        process, participants are ideally suited to create and implement training

        improvement plans that achieve Journey to Excellence goals.

        -----------------------



        Teresa Hall

        Vulcan District Cub Training Chair

        etc

        Greater Alabama Council



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