To Train or Not to Train
Hello from PackTrainerSteve,
This post is for New Leaders looking for resources and direction. Are you asking the question "Do I really need to be trained?" The answer is Yes, Yes, Yes!!!!!
First, you need to at least complete Youth Protection Training. It is best to do it in a Live training session if possible, but you can also do it online. The important thing is to DO IT!
Second, complete your leader specific training. This will give you insight into how meetings are planned and run along with what works best.
Third, consult with your Pack Trainer and CubMaster for additional ideas they might have to make Den meetings easier and keep the Cubs interested.
Well, time for me to plan my next Den Meeting.
Yours In Scouting, PackTrainerSteve
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To Train or Not to Train@Patrick
Take a good look at all the boys that crossed over with your son. In anohter five years, they and your son will be looking at you in the eye, giving a firm handshake and thanking you with deeper voices when you congratulate them on their progress to Eagle Scout.Just remember to let the boys run the troop with your help in the background. You are there to provide transportation and ensure safety as they learn to work independently from you, to set up and break camp, to chop wood, build fires and to feed and clean up after themselves. The best is yet to come.
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