Presentation on theme: "THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS What and Why a Ticket? Course Director Responsibilities Participant Responsibilities Troop Guide Responsibilities Ticket."— Presentation transcript:
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS What and Why a Ticket? Course Director Responsibilities Participant Responsibilities Troop Guide Responsibilities Ticket Counselor Responsibilities Ticket Form and Style References: Administrative Guide - Pages 32,33; Appendix A-27 Staff Guide - Pages 43, 67-69, 309, 317; Appendix A-13,14 March, 2003, National Alignment Symposium notes.
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS A Ticket is … 1. A commitment to action 2. A vision of personal improvement 3. A way for the Scouter to practice being a leader 4. A series of goals Guided Buy the Scouters Personal values 2. Vision 3. Personal mission
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS The intent of the ticket is … 1. Rifle versus shotgun approach 2. Bloom where you are planted 3. Skills not necessarily linked 4. Not intended to be overwhelming 5. Encourage repetitive behavior
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS Course Director Responsibilities 1. Organize, manage, facilitate, monitor, and report the ticket preparation, counseling, completion, and recognition processes. 2. Provide each participants home council with an Application for Training Recognition and ticket copy. 3. Facilitate the assignment of ticket counselors and, as necessary, provide counselor orientation to 21st Century Wood Badge. 4. Develop a process to monitor participants progress through ticket counselors. 5. Provide final closeout roster, including report on completed tickets, no later than 19 months following the end of the course.
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS Participant Responsibilities 1. Complete a written draft by Day Six of the course. 2. Have the draft reviewed and approved by the assigned troop guide. 3. Meet with ticket counselor within 2 weeks to review goals and leadership skills to be applied in reaching goals. 4. Agree with ticket counselor on progress review process. 5. Draft amendment to ticket if appropriate and submit to ticket counselor for review. 6. Complete working the Ticket within 18 months.
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS Troop Guide Responsibilities 1. Help participants in assigned patrols prepare tickets. 2. Review and approve ticket drafts by Day Six of the course. 3. Reproduce the final ticket. One copy for the participant. One copy for the ticket counselor.
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS Ticket Counselor Responsibilities 1. Serve as the primary contact between Wood Badge and the participants, encouraging them to put into practice the lessons of the course. 2. Have a working knowledge of the Staff Guide for 21st Century Wood Badge. 3. Meet with assigned participants within two weeks to review ticket goals and leadership skills to be applied. 4. Agree on a progress review process and periodically share results with the course director. 5. Review and accept ticket amendments if necessary. 6. Complete Part 2 of the Application for Training Recognition and facilitate bead presentation when appropriate.
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS Ticket Form and Style The ticket consists of several parts: 1. A list of the participants personal values; 2. His/her long term goal (Why I am in Scouting) 3. A description of his/her Scouting role; 4. A statement of his/her vision of success*. 5. An action plan composed of five significant goals that can be completed within 18 months.* (One addressing increasing diversity.) * See Wood Badge Ticket Worksheet
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS Ticket Form and Style SMART Goals: Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Time-Based Who What Where When For Each Goal Indicate: How Why How verified
THE WOOD BADGE TICKET PROCESS Summary The Ticket encourages the participant to BE a leader - - Over and over again.