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Woodbadge I for Canadian Path - In-person Training Dates

On behalf of the youth of NB Council, we would like to encourage and invite ALL SCOUTERS to take the Woodbadge I for Canadian Path. While we know training can be overwhelming, this course provides excellent in-depth information on the Canadian Path, allowing scouters and youth to become more comfortable with its material and resources and assisting Scouters in guiding youth to find the Canadian Path. All course participants, either via on-line at your own pace or during a full day in-person presentation, will develop a deeper understanding and application of the Canadian Path, whether it’s new to you or it’s something you’ve been on for years. Please consider taking some time to embark upon the journey this training will take you on. 

NB Council is currently offering the following opportunities for IN-PERSON Wood Badge I for Canadian Path:

March 17th, 2018 in Saint John           contact John Rankin at john.rankin@scouts.ca

March 24th, 2018 in Fredericton         contact Chrystal Allen at chrystal.allen@scouts.ca

April 24th, 2018 in Moncton                contact Andrew Holt at andrew.holt@scouts.ca

Additional details can be obtained from Area Commissioners listed above. Please contact Sherryl Eatmon at sherryl.eatmon@scouts.ca or 506-866-7652 (evenings, or please leave a message) to register.

The IN-PERSON portion of the Wood Badge I for Group Commissioner Scouter Development session is currently scheduled for interested Areas. In addition to those currently requiring this three hour session, AREA COMMISSIONERS and GROUP COMMISSIONERS are strongly encouraged to look ahead for succession planning and should encourage appropriate individuals to attend this session.

March 20th, 2018 6:30 – 8:30 pm  in Moncton         contact Andrew Holt at andrew.holt@scouts.ca

Additional details can be obtained from Area Commissioner listed above. Please contact Sherryl Eatmon at sherryl.eatmon@scouts.ca or 506-866-7652 (evenings, or please leave a message) to register.

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