The Fundamentals of Training is the first phase of the tree part train-the-trainer courses (T3). This course will introduce teaching techniques and skills to new and experienced trainers. The course is intended for both youth and adult trainers. This is FREE to AHC Leaders and Scouts! This event can be attended in person or virtually
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Wood Badge courses aim to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to the Scout movement. Courses generally have a combined classroom and practical outdoors-based phase followed by a …
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ILST is the first course in the series of leadership training offered to Boy Scouts and is a replacement for Troop Leadership Training. Completion of ILST is a prerequisite for Boy Scouts to participate in the more advanced leadership courses National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) and the National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience (NAYLE).
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Trainer’s EDGE is the second part of the T3 continuum. The purpose of the Trainer’s EDGE course is to provide and help develop the platform skills of a trainer. The Trainer’s EDGE also supplements the training development sessions offered through Wood Badge and NYLT staff development, with a focus on the participant, while raising the level of skill a trainer brings to the staff …
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To view a full listing of all courses. Donate. Email: [email protected]alleghenyhighlands.org. Phone: 716-665-BOYS (2697) Scout Fax: 716-665-5212. Address: 50 Hough Hill Road, P.O. Box 261, Falconer, NY 14733-0261. Serving youth in Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Chautauqua Counties in New York.
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