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1 Day One Patrol Meeting Your Name Troop Guide NE-II-177 Totem Here

2 NE-II-177 Day One Patrol Meeting Provide ground rules: Encourage note taking Feel free to ask questions at any time Patrol will have their Patrol Leaders Notebook including: Patrol meeting agenda Patrol daily self-assessment tool 1A

3 NE-II-177 Agenda Wood Badge patrol members roles and responsibilities of: -Patrol Leader -Assistant Patrol Leader -Patrol Chaplains Aide -Patrol Scribe -Patrol Member Patrol Leader Election Appointment of Assistant Patrol Leader, Scribe and Chaplains Aide Introduction of the Start, Stop, Continue Evaluation Tool Patrol Totem 2

4 NE-II-177 Agenda Wood Badge patrol members roles and responsibilities of: -Patrol Leader -Assistant Patrol Leader -Patrol Chaplains Aide -Patrol Scribe -Patrol Member Patrol Leader Election Appointment of Assistant Patrol Leader, Scribe and Chaplains Aide Introduction of the Start, Stop, Continue Evaluation Tool Patrol Totem 2A

5 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of the Patrol Leader Plan and conduct patrol meetings and activities Encourage patrol members to fully participate in the Wood Badge course and to achieve all they can. Represent the group as a member of the patrol leaders council(PLC), and communicate troop information to the patrol Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. Practice the leadership and team skills being presented. Ensure daily patrol self-assessments are carried out in a timely, effective manner. Provide patrol members with all the resources and information they need to succeed. Empower the patrol to become the best it can be. See that the patrol is prepared for all course presentations and activities. 3

6 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of the Patrol Leader Plan and conduct patrol meetings and activities Encourage patrol members to fully participate in the Wood Badge course and to achieve all they can. Represent the group as a member of the patrol leaders council(PLC), and communicate troop information to the patrol Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. Practice the leadership and team skills being presented. Ensure daily patrol self-assessments are carried out in a timely, effective manner. Provide patrol members with all the resources and information they need to succeed. Empower the patrol to become the best it can be. See that the patrol is prepared for all course presentations and activities. 3A

7 NE-II-177 Role and Responsibilities of the Assistant Patrol Leader Assume the responsibilities of the patrol leader whenever the patrol leader is unable to do so. Encourage patrol members to fully participate and to achieve all they can. Assist the patrol leader in empowering the patrol to become the best it can be. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. 4

8 NE-II-177 Role and Responsibilities of the Assistant Patrol Leader Assume the responsibilities of the patrol leader whenever the patrol leader is unable to do so. Encourage patrol members to fully participate and to achieve all they can. Assist the patrol leader in empowering the patrol to become the best it can be. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. 4A

9 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of the Patrol Chaplain Aide In concert with the chaplain aides of the other patrols and with the assistant Scoutmaster assigned to coordinate their efforts, the patrol chaplain aide will: Learn what resources are available that can be used for religious observances during the course and make that information available to the rest of the patrol. Develop and help present the participants Interfaith Worship service. Assist in conducting any other religious observances that may arise during the Wood Badge course. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. 5

10 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of the Patrol Chaplain Aide In concert with the chaplain aides of the other patrols and with the assistant Scoutmaster assigned to coordinate their efforts, the patrol chaplain aide will: Learn what resources are available that can be used for religious observances during the course and make that information available to the rest of the patrol. Develop and help present the participants Interfaith Worship service. Assist in conducting any other religious observances that may arise during the Wood Badge course. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. 5A

11 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of the Patrol Scribe 6 Provide interesting and timely material about the patrol to the publisher of The Gilwell Gazette the daily newspaper of the course. Keep the patrols records and notes. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law.

12 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of the Patrol Scribe 6A Provide interesting and timely material about the patrol to the publisher of The Gilwell Gazette the daily newspaper of the course. Keep the patrols records and notes. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law.

13 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of a Patrol Member For a patrol to succeed as a team, each of its members must: Fully participate in the Wood Badge course and achieve all he or she can. Practice using the team development skills introduced during Wood Badge presentations. Help his of her patrol meet its obligations to fulfill assignments including the development and presentation of the patrol project. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. HAVE FUN ! 7

14 NE-II-177 Roles and Responsibilities of a Patrol Member For a patrol to succeed as a team, each of its members must: Fully participate in the Wood Badge course and achieve all he or she can. Practice using the team development skills introduced during Wood Badge presentations. Help his of her patrol meet its obligations to fulfill assignments including the development and presentation of the patrol project. Set a good example by living up to the Scout Oath and Law. HAVE FUN ! 7A

15 NE-II-177 Patrol Elections 8 Patrol members will elect the patrol leader Patrol leader appoints assistant patrol leader Assistant patrol leader becomes following day patrol leader. Patrol determines who will hold these posts during subsequent days of the Wood Badge Course using the Patrol Leadership Positions chart in the Patrol Leaders notebook. EACH PATROL MEMBER SHOULD HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE AT LEAST ONE DAY AS PATROL LEADER.

16 NE-II-177 Patrol Elections 8A Patrol members will elect the patrol leader Patrol leader appoints assistant patrol leader Assistant patrol leader becomes following day patrol leader. Patrol determines who will hold these posts during subsequent days of the Wood Badge Course using the Patrol Leadership Positions chart in the Patrol Leaders notebook. EACH PATROL MEMBER SHOULD HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE AT LEAST ONE DAY AS PATROL LEADER.

17 NE-II-177 Patrol Appointments 9 Patrol selects or appoints a chaplain aide and a scribe. Each of these positions may be held by the same person for the duration of the course. Patrol leader appoints assistant patrol leader Due to scheduling conflicts, persons serving as chaplain aides should take their turns as patrol leaders at times other than Day Two or Day Six of the course.

18 NE-II-177 Patrol Appointments 9A Patrol selects or appoints a chaplain aide and a scribe. Each of these positions may be held by the same person for the duration of the course. Patrol leader appoints assistant patrol leader Due to scheduling conflicts, persons serving as chaplain aides should take their turns as patrol leaders at times other than Day Two or Day Six of the course.

19 NE-II-177 Daily Patrol Self Assessment 10 A key to effective team development is self- assessment This self-assessment tool can be used just as effectively in other team settings, within and beyond scouting. The daily patrol self-assessment is filled out in the morning before or during breakfast. It measures the development and performance of the patrol over the preceding 24 hours. The patrol self-assessment need not be shared with anyone outside of the patrol. Completed Start, Stop, Continue forms should be kept in the Patrol Leaders Notebook.

20 NE-II-177 Daily Patrol Self Assessment 10A A key to effective team development is self- assessment (show them the tool) This self-assessment tool can be used just as effectively in other team settings, within and beyond scouting. The daily patrol self-assessment is filled out in the morning before or during breakfast. It measures the development and performance of the patrol over the preceding 24 hours. The patrol self-assessment need not be shared with anyone outside of the patrol. Completed Start, Stop, Continue forms should be kept in the Patrol Leaders Notebook.

21 NE-II-177 Patrol Totem 11 Since the earliest days of Wood Badge totems have given a unique identity to participants and their patrols. The totem is designed by the patrol and is the logo of that team. Totems can be incorporated into items, which become take- home mementos of their Wood Badge Experience. Totem design must be presented to senior patrol leader for approval no later than the patrol leaders council meeting on Day Two. Totems should reflect your patrol critter. Totems can incorporate things like, members initial, course number, camp, date. Totems can be identical or slightly modified to represent individuality, e.g. day you were a patrol leader. Totems should be easy enough for every patrol member to draw.

22 NE-II-177 Patrol Totem (theres a handout for this) 11A Since the earliest days of Wood Badge totems have given a unique identity to participants and their patrols. The totem is designed by the patrol and is the logo of that team. Totems can be incorporated into items, which become take- home mementos of their Wood Badge Experience. Totem design must be presented to senior patrol leader for approval no later than the patrol leaders council meeting on Day Two. Totems should reflect your patrol critter. Totems can incorporate things like, members initial, course number, camp, date. Totems can be identical or slightly modified to represent individuality, e.g. day you were a patrol leader. Totems should be easy enough for every patrol member to draw.

23 NE-II-177 Thank You ! 12 Totem Here


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