New Courses for 2015-2016 in the Works:
Nov - Wood Badge Part 1 (Residential)
Nov - First Aid CPR & AED
Dec - RLSO Range Line Safety Officer training
Dec - FOCUS Leadership Training for Venturer Youth
Jan - Train the Trainer Workshop
Nov - Canadian Path update (Sunday Night Learning).
Mar - ViEW Venturer Rover Executive Workshop
Apr – FLEX Leadership Training for Cub Youth (Oshawa Youth Committee)
Apr - Outdoor Skills Course
Specialty Training: First Aid, Outdoor Skills, Cold Weather Camping, Working with Youth, Scouter's Club, Sunday Night Workshops
Wood Badge: Group Commissioner, Residential Wood Badge Part 1, Advanced Wood Badge Part 2
Training for Youth: FLEX, FAST, FOCUS, ViEW Venturer/Rover Executive Workshop
Specialty Training for Volunteers
Sunday Night Learning Workshops
Sessions held at St. Mark's United Church Hall, 201 Centre Street South Whitby, Open free to all Scouters.
Format is usually: 30 minute introduction, 30 minute break out by section, 30 minute social (tea, coffee, snacks)
Break-outs can be oriented to the topic of the evening or information about upcoming programs for your section.
Jan 17, 2016 7:30 pm The Canadian Path program orientation update
Feb 21, 2015 7:30 pm Plan Your Major Activities for the Coming Year - Tools to Make it Easy
Range Line Safety Officer training courses
The Camp Samac Range Committee is offering Range Line Safety Officer training courses on the dates listed below. It is
highly recommended that each group who regularly attends the range should send at least 1 registered Scouter in good standing.
There is no cost for this course.
All current RLSO must attend the training unless they have run a range outside of their own group during the past year.
Pellets training Sunday Dec 6th, 9 am-noon
Archery training, Sunday Dec 6th, 1-4 pm
Pellets training, Wednesday Dec 9th, 7-10 pm
Archery training, Thursday Dec 10th, 7-10 pm
Range Line Safety Officer Certification.
Train the Trainer
Sat. January 9 and 16, 2016 - Location To Be Determined. 8:30am-4:30pm each Saturday. $40.00
Learn the key to delivering training and support to other Scouters, based on Trainer Development I Workshop designed by Scouts Canada.
Goal: You will gain confidence and competence in presenting relevant training techniques in the Scouting context in pursuit of your goal to facilitate training.
You will embrace the Scouting model of “Learn by Doing” as you pick up techniques from the masters and demonstrate your skills through the workshops.
Your objective is to be able to train other Scouters in a meaningful and effective manner.
Successful candidates may be called upon to help with future training on Wood Badge, Scouting skills, conference workshops and so on.
Train the Trainer Workshop.
Outdoor Skills Scoutcraft II
To Be Re-scheduled:
Scouting is an outdoors program so to aid Volunteers in preparing outdoors program for the youth, we will hold a workshops to
help build Leader's skills and comfort level. Held at the annual JOTA/JOTI Camp at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Clarington,
this workshop will cover planning, safety, menus, cooking outdoors, first aid, camping skills, camp set-up, and information about places to go.
$17 if you are not registered for the JOTA/JOTI Camp. Only $5 extra if you are.
Wood Badge Part I - Essential Training for Volunteers
Wood Badge Part 1 Training
Online Training always available. Please go to www.MyScouts.ca for online training courses. Login and click on
the RED Training Tab. Then click on E-LEARNING LOGIN. Select a course from the Training Catalog. Remember to save and "refresh" the screen to
Wood Badge Part II - More In-Depth Training for Volunteers
Check out wpc.scouts.ca/ca/training-1 for more details.
Leadership Training for Youth Members
FOCUS Leadership Workshop Weekend for Senior Youth
A leadership program aimed towards Venturer Scouts and Rover Scouts, senior Scouts, Activity Leaders and youth Scouters in Training.
Dec 4-6, 2015 - Focus Youth Leadership weekend.
Camp Samac, Cubland, 275 Conlin Road East Oshawa. $45, (Scouters, Trainers, QM $35.) This is a peer-to-peer training course where youth who are competent with
the material will deliver a fun and active weekend of learning and practicing skills in communication, goal setting and getting to know
one's self better. Fully catered delicious meals and guaranteed indoor sleeping accommodations for the first 36 to register.
FOCUS Youth Leadership Training
Venturer/Rover Executive Workshop
Sunday March 6, 2016 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at Camp Samac, 1711 Simcoe St. N. Oshawa. The cost to attend is $15.
Owasco, Whitby & Oshawa Areas is offering a Venturer / Rover Executive training course, open to all Venturer and Rover aged members.
It is for all youth currently serving on the Executive or considering a position but need more information.
You will learn the skills necessary to organize and run a high performing Venturer Company/Rover Crew. The
training will be held with social time built in to the schedule to share ideas and network with other Venturer Companies, Rover Crews and their
members. Link to Venturer/Rover Executive
Workshop for more details.
FLEX (Fun Leadership EXperience) for Cub Scouts
Saturday April 9, 2016 Camp Samac, 275 Conlin Road East Oshawa, ON - 9:30 - 4:30 includes lunch. $25
This is a for-youth-by-youth leadership program aimed towards Cubs. We invite you to come out and learn about leadership and refine existing
skills all while having fun and meeting some new fellow Cubs. Session topics will include an overview of KIM, Keeo, Activity Leader, Sixer, Second,
responsibilities within the Pack.
Register Online: open soon.
Outdoor Camping and Tripping Skills - Workshops by 9th Venturers
Scouters, our youth in the Whitby 9th "Wilderness Tripping " Venturer Company received such a strong response to their
recent workshop on outdoor camping and tripping skills from the Port Perry Venturers that they have decided to become
youth trainers in outdoor skills for other groups and sections. They will attend regular section meetings and do presentations
for any length of time to any section from Beavers to Rovers on any topic. Contact Lewis Williams
email@example.com for more information.
WOOD BADGE PART I
Leaders recruited to all sections require certain common basic knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to be able to contribute to the
delivery of a quality program. The leader must complete this training within 1 year or preferably within 4 months. The Course Training Standard
is available on the Scouts Canada website.
All training is based on the program as defined in Scouts Canada’s publications, applicable bylaws, policies, procedures, the National Program
Standards and any other guidelines established by Scouts Canada. All program planning and delivery must be appropriate to the
physical, intellectual, social and spiritual capabilities of the youth involved.
Leaders receive the Woodbadge Part I recognition (certificate & turks head woggle) when they complete the training course.
WOOD BADGE PART II
Section leaders recruited to all sections require certain common advanced knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to be able to motivate
and lead their section teams in the delivery of a quality program. Leaders develop their knowledge skills in the following three subject areas:
- Advanced Program Delivery
- Advanced Leadership Skills
- Advanced Outdoor Skills
Typical developmental and learning activities may be undertaken in one or more formats, including on-the-job development and experience,
self-study, peer interaction, being coached, or by participating in training modules or a formal developmental course often held on two or three weekends.
Leaders receive the Wood Badge Part II recognition (neckerchief & beads on a leather thong) when they complete the training course.
Colony training is for Beaver Scout program volunteers
Pack training is for Cub Scout program volunteers
Troop training is for Scout program volunteers
Company training is for Venturer Scout program volunteers
Crew training is for Rover Scout program volunteers
Group Commissioner training is for Group and Area committee volunteers
Scouting Dictionaries or "What are those people talking about?"
Scouting, like most
groups of people involved in a specific activity, uses many
words specific to their activity ("jargon" words).
Provided here are pages with Common
Scout Jargon and Scouting Abbreviations
and Initialisms that you might find in Whitby Scouting.
White Pine Council course registration form
Scouts Canada physical fitness form
Whitby Area Coordinator for Training contact:
Brian Wick, firstname.lastname@example.org
1101-711 Rossland Rd E
Whitby, L1N 8Z1
Send comments about this page to the Web Co-ordinator at email@example.com.