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1 Getting the Most From Internet Advancement National Advancement Committee Webinars and Education Task Force Expiration Date This presentation is not to be used after May 31, Obtain an updated version at Awards/resources.aspx Awards/resources.aspx

2 Why Report Advancement? One of Eight Methods of Scouting Ideals Patrol Method Outdoor Programs Advancement Adult Association Personal Growth Leadership Development Uniform

3 Why Report Advancement? Part of Scouting's Journey to Excellence

4 Suggested Reporting Frequency Monthly, but at least quarterly After every board of review Before the end of the current charter year Before Journey to Excellence reporting More often for larger units

5 Why Internet Advancement? BSA recommendation on reporting advancement … from the Guide to Advancement, topic

6 Advantages of Internet Advancement Reduces or eliminates Scouts record gaps Records ranks, badges, and awards Can be done at your convenience Will accept records from PackMaster, TroopMaster, and ScoutSoft for ranks and some badges and awards

7 Additional Advantages Enforces most BSA advancement rules Eliminates illegible handwriting Allows advancement date corrections Provides simple and intuitive interface Offers useful reports

8 Available Reports Review Unit Roster Unit Advancement Summary Member Summary Review Advancement Report View Previous Advancement Reports Print Membership Cards Unit Order Form

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12 What Internet Advancement Won't Do Ensure a quality unit advancement program Record nonadvancement data such as meeting or activity attendance, or positions of responsibility Record Eagle rank information Record lifesaving and meritorious awards Record religious awards or awards from outside organizations

13 Supported Operating Systems Windows Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008 Server, Windows 8 Apple OS X (Mac running a virtual version of Windows and IE)

14 Browser Requirements Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8 are OK as is Internet Explorer 9 and 10 work using compatibility mode and setting *.scouting.org as a trusted site Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari are not supported For all browsers, Java scripting must be enabled For all browsers, pop-up blockers must be disabled

15 Accessing Internet Advancement Log onto MyScouting using your BSA account, then click on Internet Advancement. Direct web address: https://scoutnet.scouting.org/IADV/ui/home/default.aspx https://scoutnet.scouting.org/IADV/ui/home/default.aspx

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41 Where to Get Help Help and FAQ links Your council registrar or other designated staff District and council advancement committees National Support Center (972)

42 Final Thoughts Cub Scout belt loops and pins Board of review signatures Scout transfers Dual registration

43 Questions? Thank you for attending!


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