RE: [Scouter_T] Re: A Great Wood Badge Course!
- I just finished taking the C-35-03 course here in Michigan. Our Scoutmaster
was involved in most of the activities, but did not lead many of them. He
was instructor at one or two of the sessions, but again, not many. In fact,
the rest of the staff bought him a folding rocking chair to use during the
course. I'm sure he had worked hard behind the scenes, but the staff, and
especially the Senior Patrol Leader seemed to do most of the work and
presiding over meetings. As it should be in my thought process.
From: cubtrainer2000 [mailto:cubtrainer2000@...]
Sent: Friday, September 12, 2003 2:46 PM
Subject: [Scouter_T] Re: A Great Wood Badge Course!
strider0306 wrote: "They say that the Course Director's job is to
pick the staff and then put his or her feet up."
That is not the way we do it in my council. The course director is
the leader just like any other training course, and most of the time
the course director is the hardest working person there. How do
people in other councils do this?
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