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  • Ilively@comcast.net
    Greetings from Scouting Paradise, Here I sit in class lead by Neil Lupton as Joe Glasscock BS Division Program Development/Training Director speaks to us about
    Message 1 of 8 , Jun 7, 2007
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      Greetings from Scouting Paradise,

      Here I sit in class lead by Neil Lupton as Joe Glasscock BS Division Program Development/Training Director speaks to us about Training.

      Here's the latest info:

      1) Trainers EDGE piloting this summer out by the end of the year. A new Train the Trainer -- focuing on helping NYLT, NAYLE and WB Staff.

      2) Adult NAYLE (name still pending) piloting September 2008 at Philmont.

      3) "Beads" for NYLT staff (3) and NYLT director (4) similar to WB ... still working on this, but it's received approval from National, and you can expect to see this in the near future.



      In non-Training, National has approved Webelos forming "patrols" and meeting at the same time/location as BS Troops, and working on their Webelos advancement. (Yes, we may have been doing it, but now it has national approval.)

      In Scouting,
      Ida
    • Laura Lyster
      What type of course is NAYLE? Laura [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      Message 2 of 8 , Jun 8, 2007
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        What type of course is NAYLE?
        Laura


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      • Alan Smason
        Laura, Check out this link. It pretty much tells it all. Think about it as an advanced leadership training for youth that moves beyond NYLT.
        Message 3 of 8 , Jun 8, 2007
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          Laura,
          Check out this link. It pretty much tells it all. Think about it as
          an advanced leadership training for youth that moves beyond NYLT.
          http://www.nayle.org/about.html

          Regards in Scouting,
          Alan Smason

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          What type of course is NAYLE?
          Laura

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        • Mikedunne@AOL.COM
          A couple of things regarding the news from PTC: NAYLE replaces the old NJLIC, or National Junior Leader Instructor Camp (or maybe Conference). Instead of
          Message 4 of 8 , Jun 9, 2007
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            A couple of things regarding the news from PTC:
            NAYLE replaces the old NJLIC, or National Junior Leader Instructor Camp (or
            maybe Conference). Instead of focusing on presentation skills, the idea is
            NAYLE let's participants "live" the concepts taught in the Council-level
            National Youth Leadership Training conference.

            The youth leadership training continium now is:
            Troop Leadership Training (TLT), obviously the troop-level youth leader
            training conducted by SM and SPL
            NYLT -- council level
            NAYLE -- national level (at Philmont Rocky Mountain Scout Camp and the scout
            ranch in general)

            By now, Wood Badge is using the same terminology and concepts as NYLT/TLT
            and NAYLE.

            If your council and troop aren't taking advantage of these new programs, you
            should (I am biased).

            They are simple and effective and track modern team leadership training.
            Like many things, there are still many who are not happy with change but the
            train has left the station.

            Yours in Scouting,

            Mike Dunne
            Vice-chair for program, Istrouma Area Council, Baton Rouge
            National Youth Leadership Training Task Force member and syllabus design
            team member
            Southern Region Wood Badge Committee, SR-1 area coordinator
            old training geezer





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          • Mikedunne@AOL.COM
            additionally, here s a recent Scouting Magazine article on NAYLE _http://www.scouting.org/nav/enter.jsp?s=xx&c=ds&terms=Scouuting+Magazine_
            Message 5 of 8 , Jun 9, 2007
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              additionally, here's a recent Scouting Magazine article on NAYLE

              _http://www.scouting.org/nav/enter.jsp?s=xx&c=ds&terms=Scouuting+Magazine_
              (http://www.scouting.org/nav/enter.jsp?s=xx&c=ds&terms=Scouuting+Magazine)

              Scouting's take on NYLT

              _http://www.scouting.org/nav/enter.jsp?s=xx&c=ds&terms=Scouuting+Magazine_
              (http://www.scouting.org/nav/enter.jsp?s=xx&c=ds&terms=Scouuting+Magazine)

              YiS
              Mike Dunne




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            • Connie Knie
              I am very excited to tell you all that my son is attending NAYLE in July!! I am so proud of him. He was chosen by the Scoutmater to go. He is 17 has staffed
              Message 6 of 8 , Jun 9, 2007
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                I am very excited to tell you all that my son is attending NAYLE in July!! I am so proud of him. He was chosen by the Scoutmater to go. He is 17 has staffed NYLT for 3 years and will staff next spring as an ASM............

                Mikedunne@... wrote: A couple of things regarding the news from PTC:
                NAYLE replaces the old NJLIC, or National Junior Leader Instructor Camp (or
                maybe Conference). Instead of focusing on presentation skills, the idea is
                NAYLE let's participants "live" the concepts taught in the Council-level
                National Youth Leadership Training conference.

                The youth leadership training continium now is:
                Troop Leadership Training (TLT), obviously the troop-level youth leader
                training conducted by SM and SPL
                NYLT -- council level
                NAYLE -- national level (at Philmont Rocky Mountain Scout Camp and the scout
                ranch in general)

                By now, Wood Badge is using the same terminology and concepts as NYLT/TLT
                and NAYLE.

                If your council and troop aren't taking advantage of these new programs, you
                should (I am biased).

                They are simple and effective and track modern team leadership training.
                Like many things, there are still many who are not happy with change but the
                train has left the station.

                Yours in Scouting,

                Mike Dunne
                Vice-chair for program, Istrouma Area Council, Baton Rouge
                National Youth Leadership Training Task Force member and syllabus design
                team member
                Southern Region Wood Badge Committee, SR-1 area coordinator
                old training geezer





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              • JNDunnMN@aol.com
                Fixing Mike s typos :-): http://www.scoutingmagazine.org/issues/0601/a-lern.html http://www.scoutingmagazine.org/issues/0703/a-scou.html
                Message 7 of 8 , Jun 9, 2007
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                  Fixing Mike's typos :-):


                  http://www.scoutingmagazine.org/issues/0601/a-lern.html
                  http://www.scoutingmagazine.org/issues/0703/a-scou.html

                  http://www.scoutingmagazine.org/issues/0410/a-anew.html%c2%a0(note this is from a very early stage of NYLT development, when they were still calling it JLT)



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                  Pack 512, Blaine/Coon Rapids Minnesota
                  Cub Scout Training Coordinator
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                  3 Rivers District






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                • NeilLup@aol.com
                  ... Congratulations. However, there is no particular selection for NAYLE. It is open to any Scout who has completed NYLT in their local council. Best
                  Message 8 of 8 , Jun 11, 2007
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                    In a message dated 6/9/07 2:43:43 PM, cknie23100@... writes:


                    > He was chosen by the Scoutmater to go.
                    >

                    Congratulations. However, there is no particular selection for NAYLE.
                    It is open to any Scout who has completed NYLT in their local council.

                    Best wishes,

                    Neil Lupton


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