I'm also greatful for the question at this particular time, because
there are days that this part, which is the majority of the time I
spend, just doesn't seem worth it...and then a bunch of people remind
me that I'm not alone, that we have a common goal, and that
ultimately we are making a difference.
Thanks, all, for the reminder,
Cub Scout Training Chair
I used to be an Eagle NE-IV-211
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ilively@... wrote:
> Thank you all for your help with this.
> I'm grabbing the records to help my Unit Commissioners when they
are reviewing the Centennial Award with their units. There's a
requirement of % of leaders trained. I want them to be able to look
at a list and say: If you get "So-and-so to take this one part of
training, they'll be trained and you'll get the award."
> Over the past week or so, I've looked at the training for all Adult
Leaders in my District (at least those registered!), and saw a
> Many of you may recall that I was the District Training Chair for
5+ years, so I have some history available at my fingertips. [I'm
very computer oriented and if I didn't put the Training Attendance
Sheet directly into a PDF, I scanned them in.] I was also the
Training Liaison -- which meant that whenever I had free time, I'd go
to the Council Office, take over a computer, and sit down with the
most recent Training Attendance Sheets and verify that the training
listed was credited.
> I'm glad to hear that I'm not nutz about the online vs in person
trainings. I do hope that National gets that part straightened out,
especially if we're going to more web-based trainings.
> In Scouting,
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