The Trainer’s EDGE
Do you train Leaders? Parents? Scouts? Are you someone who has thought about training but you don’t know where to begin? Or maybe you have years of experience in training but want to add some pizzazz to it?
The Trainer’s EDGE is for anyone interested in different training methods. It will equip you with ideas, techniques, and materials for improving presentations by enabling you to select approaches that will communicate your messages most successfully, and with PIZZAZZ!!
The Trainer’s EDGE emphasizes the importance of “experiential learning,” or learning by doing, as well as numerous other contemporary training strategies. These strategies can then be applied to a wide range of training programs.
Explain how it is done – Tell them
Demonstrate the steps – Show them
Guide learners as they practice – Watch them do it
Enable them to succeed on their own – Use memory aids, practice it, they teach it
Who Should Come?
This course is REQUIRED for those Scouters that will be serving on staff for Wood Badge and NYLT. However, it is highly recommended for any Scout leader or youth leader who wants to improve his/her instructional skills.
Who: All Crew/Team/Troop/Pack leaders; District trainers; Wood Badge and National Youth Leadership Staff.
What: Trainer’s EDGE Course
When: Saturday, 20 January 2018, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Catalina Council Office – 2250 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson
Why: Provide and help develop the platform skills of a trainer.
•Please bring your own lunch. Lunch WILL NOT be provided by the training team.
•There is no registration fee for this training event.
•All participants are to come prepared to conduct a 10- to 12-minute presentation on a topic from any BSA material. Your presentation should allow you to demonstrate the skills of a trainer. We will have a laptop and a projector. You should provide any other training materials needed.
•Wear your Scout Uniform
•Questions? Contact Joanie Rivard at firstname.lastname@example.org