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Ideally, the Partner/Sponsor, [[Group Commissioner]], [[Group Committee]] members and leaders will sit down sometime near the end of the Scouting year (May-June), and answer the following questions. The answers will help them evaluate the success of the programs and [[Scouts Canada]]’s ability to achieve its mission within their group. Hopefully, this will be used as a tool to focus the Group’s energies on providing service and support to leaders so they can provide an excellent program to more and more children and youth from the community.  
 
Ideally, the Partner/Sponsor, [[Group Commissioner]], [[Group Committee]] members and leaders will sit down sometime near the end of the Scouting year (May-June), and answer the following questions. The answers will help them evaluate the success of the programs and [[Scouts Canada]]’s ability to achieve its mission within their group. Hopefully, this will be used as a tool to focus the Group’s energies on providing service and support to leaders so they can provide an excellent program to more and more children and youth from the community.  
 
  
 
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[[Scouts Canada]]’s success is measured in numbers. The more children and youth participating in our programs means we are doing a better job in achieving our Mission. The Mission of [[Scouts Canada]] is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.  
 
[[Scouts Canada]]’s success is measured in numbers. The more children and youth participating in our programs means we are doing a better job in achieving our Mission. The Mission of [[Scouts Canada]] is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.  
  
This Word document was derived from the [http://www2.scouts.ca/media/documents/grapb04.pdf PDF file]: [[File:GroupAnnualReview.doc]]
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=== Legacy Documents ===
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* [https://scoutsca.s3.amazonaws.com/2019/01/group-committee-handbook.pdf Group Committee Handbook (2003)]
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* [https://web.archive.org/web/20130525034615/http://www2.scouts.ca/media/documents/2003_AppendixA.pdf Appendix A: Group Administrative Cycle “A Year At A Glance” (2003)]
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* [https://web.archive.org/web/20130525073202/http://www2.scouts.ca/media/documents/grapb04.pdf Appendix B: Group Annual Review (2004)]
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=== Annual Report Documents ===
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* [http://www.scouts.ca/f/jw1s Group Annual Report Part A – Program (Word) ]
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* [http://www.scouts.ca/f/js6w Group Annual Report Part A – Program (PDF)]
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* [http://www.scouts.ca/f/jwtk Group Annual Report Part B – Financial (Excel)]
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* [http://www.scouts.ca/f/jtqg Group Annual Report Part B – Financial (PDF)]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:16, 5 May 2019

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Taken from Group Annual Review, Process For Charter Renewal.

Renewing or re-chartering is an annual process confirming that the Partner/Sponsor wishes to “partner” with Scouts Canada once again in providing programs for Canada’s children and youth.

The Charter is, in effect, a contract that the partner/sponsor and Scouts Canada enter into. On behalf of the Partner/Sponsor the Group Committee has a number of responsibilities, as does Scouts Canada.

This renewal checklist is a helpful tool for measuring how well the partnership is working and what areas, if any, need improvement.

Ideally, the Partner/Sponsor, Group Commissioner, Group Committee members and leaders will sit down sometime near the end of the Scouting year (May-June), and answer the following questions. The answers will help them evaluate the success of the programs and Scouts Canada’s ability to achieve its mission within their group. Hopefully, this will be used as a tool to focus the Group’s energies on providing service and support to leaders so they can provide an excellent program to more and more children and youth from the community.

Contents

Note:

This checklist has been developed to enable a group to assess their own strengths and weaknesses and then develop a strategy for improving their operation for the next year. The Group Commissioner should share these findings with the Area Commissioner to help the Area Commissioner assess the needs for his/her council. (Adult development, events, scouters clubs, honours and awards, etc)

Scouts Canada’s success is measured in numbers. The more children and youth participating in our programs means we are doing a better job in achieving our Mission. The Mission of Scouts Canada is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.

Legacy Documents

Annual Report Documents

Group Committee References

Screening and Training

As with all Scouter/volunteer positions, members of Group Committee must go through the Screening process. This includes completing the full Wood Badge Part I training, including the Group Committee specific modules.