Re: [Scouter_T] Re: Using Commissioners to train Scouters/Dave/Gerry
- Ditto, Gerry.
At a recent Commissioner's meeting the District Commissioner told the
Unit Commissioner to make lists for their units of leaders trained
and not trained, and then to insure that the entrained leaders get to
the next training, and even suggested that the Unit Commissioner do
the training if necessary. The District Director (one step above
Senior District Executive) sat on his backside and never said a word.
As the meeting ended I took the DD to task advising him that with a
Commissioner staff keeping up with training, he would not need a
Unit Commissioners have specified duties, one of which is to
encourage leaders be trained, and meets with the Unit Committee
during which the subject of training should be discussed.
While the District Training Chair, I made person-to-person contact
with every direct contact leader in the District, all units. I
recorded the training that each had received and shared that
information with the Council Registrar. Information was entered into
the Council records. Regrettably, when the data was uploaded to
ScoutNet 2,000, ALL training information was lost. I passed the
notebook to my replacement, and it was never utilized, much less kept
up-to-date. With any luck (OK, some sort of miracle) the new
District Training Chair will be able to completely update leader