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1 Course overview Your name goes here Your course position goes here Your totem goes here, you may use a build if you desire

2 NE-II Learning Objectives Understand the progression of BSA training opportunities and the place Wood Badge holds in that framework Get an overview of the practical and application phases of Wood Badge Understand why the Boy Scout troop is used during Wood Badge as the model for training and team-building Discard any misconceptions or anxiety regarding the course purpose, content, and methods of presentation As a result of this session you will be able to:

3 NE-II What do you associate with Wood Badge? Leadership!

4 NE-II BSA Training Opportunities Orientation and Fast Start New Leader Essentials Position-Specific Training Appropriate Outdoor Skills Training Wood Badge Lifelong Learning

5 NE-II BSA Training Curriculum SUPPLEMENTARY TRAINING Cub Scout Leader Pow Wow Adult Basic Backpacking Leave No Trace Camping Charter Organization Rep. Training Commissioner Basic Training Key Leader Workshop Trainer Development Conference University of Scouting CORE TRAINING Youth Protection Training (Q) Fast Start New Leader Essentials ADVANCED TRAINING Wood Badge (T) = Required for Trained Strip (Q) = Required for Quality Unit and Training Awards Tiger Den Leader (T) Cub Den Leader (T) Webelos Den Leader (T) Cubmaster/Asst. (T) Pack Committee (T) Scoutmaster/Asst. Troop Committee (T) Venturing Leader (T) POSITION-SPECIFIC TRAINING Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (T) BALOO (Cub Scout Family Camping) Webelos Leader Outdoor Training

6 NE-II What can you expect from this Wood Badge Course? Acquire a global view of Scouting as a family of interrelated values-based programs providing age- appropriate activities for youth Become familiar with contemporary team leadership concepts Experience the stages of team development and practice leadership approaches appropriate for those stages Have FUN in the company of interesting, like-minded individuals Develop a renewed commitment to provide Scouting with the best possible leadership

7 NE-II Wood Badge for the 21 st Century Central Themes Living the Values Bringing the Vision to Life Models for Success Tools of the Trade Leading to Make a Difference

8 NE-II Living the Values Values, Mission, and Vision

9 NE-II Bringing the Vision to Life Listening to Learn Communication Inclusiveness Valuing People and Leveraging Diversity Coaching and Mentoring

10 NE-II Models for Success Stages of Team Development The Leading EDGE /The Teaching EDGE

11 NE-II Tools of the Trade Project Planning Leading Change Problem Solving and Decision Making Managing Conflict Self-Assessment

12 NE-II Leading to Make a Difference Leaving a Legacy

13 NE-II Why a Troop Setting? Framework to practice leadership Translates to any Scouting program Days One through Three = Three weeks of troop meetings Days Four through Six = Outdoor experience

14 NE-II Gilwell Gazette Provides full access to information Tells whats going on Includes the days agenda Captures important developments Includes articles by Patrol Scribes Published daily

15 NE-II Patrol Project Challenges each patrol to plan and produce an outstanding product Illustrates a universal aspect of Scouting associated with Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Venturing, and District/Council Scouting Presented to the troop on Day Five – (Sunday, October 22) Presentation involves all patrol members

16 NE-II The Wood Badge Ticket A Wood Badge tradition A commitment to complete goals relating to your Scouting position An opportunity to practice and demonstrate a working knowledge of the leadership skills presented during Wood Badge A plan to take home – a chance to strengthen Scouting in your Unit, District, and Council

17 NE-II Summary BSA training opportunities Wood Badge course is the pinnacle of leadership training Five central themes of Wood Badge The Boy Scout troop format provides a practical framework The Gilwell Gazette – our course newspaper Patrol project – a teamwork exercise Wood Badge Ticket – your commitment An essential requirement for every Wood Badge course is to have FUN!

18 NE-II Review of Learning Objectives Understand the progression of BSA training opportunities and the place Wood Badge holds in that framework Have an overview of the practical and application phases of Wood Badge Understand why the Boy Scout troop is used during Wood Badge as the model for training and team-building Have discarded any misconceptions or anxiety regarding the course purpose, content, and methods of presentation Now you should:

19 NE-II Thank You! Your totem goes here, you may use a build if you desire

20 NE-II Change control log DateVersionChangesBy Jan. 14, templateFred M. Stringer


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