2020 Elk River Venture Crew Advisor / Associate Advisor (P21) & Crew Committee (WS12)


2020 Elk River Venture Crew Advisor / Associate Advisor (P21) & Crew Committee (WS12)
Date/Time
Last Day To Register
1/17/2020 11:55 PM
Location
Fellowship for Christ Church 142 Richdale Lane
Shelbyville, TN 37160, US
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Crew Advisor (P21)

This course is intended to provide Venturing crew Advisors with the basic information they need to help youth leaders manage a crew. The course includes the 2014 updates to Venturing and aligns with the new Venturing leader materials.

When the training is complete, the training code P21 can be entered into the leader’s training record. Crew Advisors who complete this training and the Venturing version of Youth Protection training are considered “trained.”

Objectives

Trained leaders at all levels are the key to quality Scouting programs that fulfill the mission of the Boy Scouts of America and attract and retain youth members. Participants will discuss the roles and responsibilities of Venturing crew Advisors and how to keep youth positively engaged in the functions of a successful crew.

Specific Objectives

As a result of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the nature of the Venturing program and its value to youth.
  • Outline the specifics of the Venturing program.
  • Explain the relationship between crew officers and Advisors.
  • Value the challenges of working with youth and young adults.
  • List the Venturing recognition opportunities.
  • Conduct the annual program planning process.

 

Crew Committee (WS12)

This course is intended to provide Venturing crew committee members with the basic information they need to help manage a crew.
The course includes the 2014 updates to Venturing and aligns with the new Venturing leader materials. 
When the training is complete, the training code WS12 can be entered into the leader’s training record.
Crew committee members who complete this training and Youth Protection training are considered “trained.” 
 
Objectives: 
Trained leaders at all levels are the key to quality Scouting programs and to successfully recruiting and retaining youth members. Participants will discuss the roles and responsibilities of a Venturing crew committee and how to keep positively engaged in the functions of a successful crew. 
As a result of this course, participants will be able to: 
Explain the nature of the Venturing program and its value to youth. 
Outline the specifics of the Venturing program. 
Explain the relationship between crew officers and adult leaders. 
Appreciate the role the committee plays in support of the Venturing program. 
Explain the relationship between the crew committee and the chartered organization. 
Identify the main functions of a Venturing crew committee. 
List qualities to look for when selecting a crew Advisor. 
List additional resources for Venturing crew committees. 

For more information, contact Jason day at 931-450-0568 or chiefday09@gmail.com; Derek Maness at 256-601-2078 or dmaness@mtcbsa.org.

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Jet Potter Scout Service Center
3414 Hillsboro Pike * Nashville, TN 37215 * (P) 615-383-9724 * (F) 615-297-9916

 

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