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April

Save the Date! GSCB Annual Meeting, April 30, 2014!

 

 

May

GSCB Zipline Certification Training
Girl Scout Adults (18 years or older)

Learn how to use the zipline and equipment at Camp Todd, and how to teach a fun zipline program,
including debriefing and team-building. You will also learn rescue and safety techniques.
WHEN/WHERE:
May 17, 2014, Camp Todd, 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
COST: $15
NOTE: Participation does not guarantee certification card. Pre-class assignments may be required.
Min 5/Max 15.

 

GSCB Archery Certification Training
Girl Scout Adults (18 years or older)

Learn the basics of how to educate others to have a deeper understanding of archery. You will learn how to set up and operate a safe, short program, maintain equipment and create fun games for new archers. Successful completion of the course will result in a GSCB Archery Certification card.
WHEN:
May 17, 2014, Camp Todd, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. **This program is now full for this date. Thank you.**
May 24, 2014, Camp Grove Point, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
COST: $30
NOTE: No previous archery experience is required. Participation does not guarantee certification.
Min 5/Max 15.

 

GSCB Canoe and Kayak Certification Training **This program is now full. Thank you.**
Girl Scout Adults (18 years or older)

This course is designed as a short program emphasizing entry-level paddling skills and rescue techniques for individuals desiring an opportunity to take a group out on flat water. You will learn canoe and kayak strokes to effectively navigate on the water. Plus, you will learn and practice rescue techniques to use in an emergency situation.
WHEN/WHERE: May 18, 2014, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Camp Todd
COST: $30
NOTE: No previous kayak or canoe experience is required. Participation does not guarantee certification card. Pre-class assignments may be required. Min 5/Max 10.

 

GSCB Archery Certification Training
Girl Scout Adults (18 years or older)

Learn the basics of how to educate others to have a deeper understanding of archery. You will learn how to set up and operate a safe, short program, maintain equipment and create fun games for new archers. Successful completion of the course will result in a GSCB Archery Certification card.
WHEN: May 24, 2014, Camp Grove Point, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
COST: $30
NOTE: No previous archery experience is required. Participation does not guarantee certification.
Min 5/Max 15.

 

GSCB River Kayak Certification Training **This date is now full. Thank you.**
Girl Scout Adults (18 years or older)

This course is designed as a short program emphasizing entry-level paddling skills and rescue
techniques for individuals desiring an opportunity to take a group out on river water. Learn kayak strokes to effectively navigate on the water. Plus, you will learn and practice rescue techniques to use in an emergency situation.
WHEN: May 25, 2014, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Camp Grove Point
COST: $30
NOTE: No previous kayak experience is required. Participation does not guarantee certification card. Pre-class assignments may be required. Min 5/Max 10.

 

 

JULY

Facilitating Adult Learning (FAL)
Girl Scout Adults (18 years or older)

Facilitators are volunteer mentors who provide our leaders the tools to become successful and share the joy that comes from helping girls develop their leadership skills and become the successful leaders of tomorrow. Facilitating Adult Learning (FAL) is a course focusing on how to deliver a learning session to a group of adult volunteers. Once you have completed the course, you will be required to apprentice for at least three sessions in the course you want to facilitate. Facilitators are required to facilitate a minimum of two trainings per year and attend a minimum of one Think Tank session. If you have an interest in joining us, please register for a Facilitating Adult Learning session and join us for a Think Tank.


Think Tank Dates/Times:
July 12, 2014, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

WHERE: Camp Todd Program Center

 
 
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