...of the Cub program, a typical meeting structure and the kinds of things we do as cub Leaders. (It's short and well worth the read.)
...training session for new Cub Leaders. "Old Leaders" would also do well to review this 8 page document, or perhaps the [http://www2.scouts.ca/media/documents
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...nd fulfill its responsibilities. The Charter is renewed annually through a review process that includes the sponsor/partner representative, the Group Committ
.../partner and group committee. Field Staff and/or the Area Service Team can do presentations in local schools to promote the group.
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...ntinues to be of paramount importance. Prior to considering this change, a review was completed of the volunteer/staff supervision requirements at a number o
...ing organizations address volunteer/staff supervision requirements, please review the [https://web.archive.org/web/20170515021621/http://www.scouts.ca/vstk/p
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...couting and signals its bright future. It is a key component of our Action Plan for Canadian Scouting, and reflects our commitment to innovation and to mee
...s Volunteers participated in a national survey to kick-start our Strategic Plan, a roadmap that will focus our activity at every level of the organization
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...he Outdoor Adventure Skills should be seen as tools to support the Plan-Do-Review process.
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...se resource materials provided to suggest starting points in the [[Plan-Do-Review]] process for all kinds of adventures.
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#* Scouts can engage less-experienced youth in the [[Plan-Do-Review]] process. </noinclude>
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...o ensure the safety and comfort of the expedition members (using [[Plan-Do-Review]]). </noinclude>
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#* Scouts can explain what to do if:
#* Scouts can take out the Group first aid kit before an outing and review the contents with the outing group. </noinclude>
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* '''Plan:''' Questions to help get youth (supported—not led—by Scouters) started
* '''Do:''' Share the Adventure—have fun!
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...tures. However, at the end of a section adventure, a youth who wishes to do more explorations related to the topic of that adventure could develop a se
* The PA badges follow the [[Plan-Do-Review]] process.
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...ctivities … with transportation provided to get you there and back.. YOU REVIEW … and share your achievements at the end of each day, creating memories t
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... tarp or in a camping hammock. If you’re headed out for a day, carefully plan a safe route that will take you off of marked trails, and make your way usi
...o have it ready for the summer season. If you are not familiar with how to do these tasks, find someone who can teach you. Find a bicycle safety checklis
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