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  • = Program Suggestions = - Look under Arts, Culture, Heritage / Learning Resources / Kids' Stop / Games for ideas for Cub-age kids.
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  • = Program Suggestions and Resources = == Resources for Requirements ==
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  • * '''[[Blue Star A7 | A7 ]]''' Make use of two community resources such as a library, museum, playground, recreation centre, skating rink, swi ... [[Home and Community - Blue Star| Home and Community]] section of the Cub program.
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  • * Make use of two community resources such as a library, museum, playground, recreation centre, skating rink, swi = Program Suggestions =
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  • = Other Resources = [[Category:Program Builder Online]]
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  • The outdoors is an essential part of the Rover program. Rovers often participate in adventurous activities like mountain climbing ... a group called a [[Rover Crew|Crew]]. Rovers develop and manage their own program under the guidance of a respected Scouter. Rovers adhere to a Promise,The S
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  • And wise in the use of all resources. == Program ==
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  • ..., the Cubs can can also earn some badges! This adds to the rewards of the program. Also keep in mind the Awards, very useful for Cubs that have earned the s Using this site or other resources, come up with activities that are both fun and informative that meet the ob
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  • * Program Goals * Cub Program Goals
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  • ...n public, sexually transmitted diseases, and abusive behaviours.</li> (See resources on [[Bullying]] and [[Sexuality]]) = Program Suggestions =
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  • = Program Suggestions = == Christian Resources: ==
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  • ...are on lakes, rivers or sea in small or large ships. Sea Scouting can be a program for all Scouts or just older Scouts. Sea Scouts provides a chance to sail, ...re has been a rumour that something additional may come as part of the new program, but nothing official has been announced.
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  • = Program Suggestions = There is lots of information and educational resources available from the Canadian Space Agency: http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/def
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  • = Program Suggestions = * [http://www.scouts.ca/ca/scouts-canada-scuba Scouts Canada Scuba Program]
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  • == Resources == ...nn/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=sMDoCvZoYoo=&tabid=299 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM RESOURCE BOOK]
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  • # Make your home more energy wise: Reduce waste of precious energy resources, save your parents’ money, and reduce your contribution to climate change ...o educate people in your community about climate change. Develop your own program idea, or select one of these:
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  • ...outh Commissioner''' (CYC) is the recognized point of contact on issues of program satisfaction and evaluation between the youth, the Council Leadership Team ...perspective in the Council "Key-3". Identifies and relates the impact of [[program]]/administrative issues on youth.
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  • program evaluation and support. monthly reports on the program status of the Area.
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  • | Executive Director - Human Resources and Volunteer Services || '''Valarie Dillon''' | Deputy National Commissioner - Program || '''Bill Kowalchyk'''
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  • == Program Suggestions == * [http://www.ywap.ca/english/index.htm Young Worker Awareness Program]
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  • When they complete the Wood Badge Part I program, leaders gain the knowledge and understanding they need to help them make a ...outing is all about the outdoors. Leaders completing the Wood Badge Part I program develop outdoor skills and knowledge, helping them to teach youth environme
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  • In 1996 [[Scouts Canada]] started the Schools and Scouting Program designed to help children from grades four to seven or age 10 to 13. Its pu The program is designed to complement each province curriculum requirements in Science,
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  • ...n accordance with its Mission and Principles, which meet Scouts Canada’s Program Standards and are in keeping with the goals and ideals of the Partner/Spons ...r of the [[Area Commissioner]]’s team and provide monthly reports on the program status of the Group.
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  • The Group Youth Commissioner is responsible for ensuring that the program being delivered is the program that youth are requesting. In cooperation with the [[Area Youth Commissione
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  • ...n to sustain and grow the Scouting experience. It will deliver easy-to-use resources and tools, such as user-friendly member setup, online registration, renewal ... a searchable database of camps, partial management of the [[recognition]] program, and movement towards online registration. Likewise, myScouts has been face
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  • [[Category:Program Resources]]
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  • [[Category:Program Resources]]
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  • Effectively administers the non-program activities that are related to the === Program Support: ===
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  • === Program Support: === * Identify/encourage external resources as required by the [[Group Commissioner]] so that the Group’s annual goal
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  • ...ters deliver a quality program. The service team represents a deep well of resources that scouters may draw on. In addition, members of the service team may co-
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  • === Program Support: === * Identify/encourage external resources as required by the [[Group Commissioner]] so that the Group’s annual goal
    2 KB (337 words) - 08:17, 23 August 2011
  • ...ribe to the Practices and Principles of Scouts Canada, its Mission and its program goals. * To assist in providing resources to enable the group to promote the goals and ideals of the
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  • ...Through planning a balanced program and in reviewing activities across all Program Areas, youth will have opportunities to discuss and develop in their belief In addition, keep the Internal Compass in mind as you plan your program. The four points on the Internal Compass can be part of all your activities
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  • [[Category:Program Resources]]
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  • == Program Resources ==
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  • ...//www.scouts.ca/jumpstarts/scouts/S_Fitness.pdf The Quebec Council Fitness Program] [[Category:Program Resources]]
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  • [[Category:Program Resources]]
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  • ...ants also form the [[Court of Honour]] which provide input into the groups program, discuss problems and meet with the [[Area Youth Commissioner]]. ... it wouldn't be feasable to sit down with 30 youth to try and come up with program plans, sitting with 8 who represent the youth of their patrol provides inpu
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  • ... for all non-[[program]] functions that provide support to the program and program delivery. ... on the day to day operation of [[Council|Council’s]] human and physical resources. Shares political realities.
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  • = Program Suggestions = Resources for Cub Scouting [http://www.thedump.scoutscan.com/scouts.html]
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  • ...scovering what they can do to help. Through the Scouts of the World Award program, the participants also had the opportunity to learn more about the culture ==Resources==
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  • ...nts, tarps, or hammocks rather than constructing shelters from surrounding resources are the least invasive methods of providing shelter. ... Care]] Also, non-existence of this policy confirmed by [[Doug Reid]], DNC Program Services: [https://www.facebook.com/groups/scoutscanadagrp/permalink/101508
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  • ...t. Scouts Canada is largely a volunteer run organization. Finding time and resources to encourage growth is difficult. However, reusing volunteers who are alrea ...ers should discuss what type of support is required. Is mentoring desired? Program ideas? What support can be offered, how will feedback be delivered, etc.? A
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  • See for more information and program resources [http://www.scouts.ca/program/canadianpath/ The Canadian Path website]. * [http://www.scouts.ca/scouters/resources/program-resources/path-navigator/ Canadian Path Navigator] (Added 2018, to help gauge progre
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  • Meeting topics may include the following: what program interests the Cubs; six or pack discipline problems; === Resources ===
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  • Sixer/Second Councils are a very important part of the Cub Program. The Council meetings give Sixers and Seconds leadership skills and help th ...n take on a larger leadership role when a particular program is held. (Ex. Program work on First Aid badge is coming up, so train Sixers in advance so they ca
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  • ...o be a new approach to the way we measure the program’s success. The new Program Quality Standards are youth-set, youth-assessed and of course, Youth-led! Gone are the days of Program Standards that require Scouters to check a bunch of boxes. The key change w
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  • * '''Program Area''' with link to Symbolic Framework and icon from Section Map * '''Online Resources:''' Hyperlinks to videos + websites
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  • Find below links to various resources on how to expand your Group to better Support the youth in your Community. Before you accept more youth into the program you need to ensure your group can handle an influx of new Youth and Scouter
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  • A Scouting year is divided by program periods that '''Resources'''
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  • It may help in planning sessions/activities and organizing resources. 5.2 I can assist in planning a camp program of activities.
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  • It may help in planning sessions/activities and organizing resources. 1.11. I have participated in a fun physical fitness program designed for sailing.
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  • ...0 young, well-trained resident staff who cooperate to run the diverse camp program throughout the summer months. ...ly have visited the reserve to experience its fantastic adventure-centered program within the worldly-unique setting of the Canadian wilderness.<ref>[http://w
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  • ...pported by a dedicated Relationship Manager who will connect them with the resources they need to be successful.
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