Upcoming Adult Trainings
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Regional Training Days
Need to get training completed but not sure how to fit it
all in? Come to one of our Outdoor Program Centers for Training Day! Make a Dutch Oven Meal in Advanced Outdoor Cooking. Take Out and About. Renew your Camping
Adventures training. Get the Basic Leader Training you need.
Register soon - these trainings fill up fast!
Wilderness First Aid
Do you want to safely explore the wilderness? This course will
certify you to act as the First Aider for troops/groups who plan
activities that take them more than 30 minutes from emergency services.
The course is two days long, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on April 25 and 26, and is open to both adults and girls over 14. Find out more and register using this flyer. Register by April 20.
Archery Facilitator Training
Ever wanted to experience the thrill of the hitting the bulls eye? Interested in helping girls share the excitement? Then this facilitation course is just right for you! For Ambassadors and Adults. $100 per person.
To receive certification, participants must:
- Complete all 8 hours of the course.
- Pass the written test with a minimum of 75%.
- Pass the practical portion of the course, includes coach and pupil exercises and safety instruction.
Become a Girlz R.U.L.E.® Facilitator!
Certified adults will be able to facilitate at camporees or other individual troop events.
R.U.L.E.® (Respect, Understand, Lead, Empower) is an anti-bullying program designed for girls. Girl Scouts of Connecticut has developed this signature initiative and there are programs throughout the state.
Volunteers are needed to facilitate this program to girls in grades
three through eight, which may be offered during school hours,
immediately after school, or in one-day workshops or events. Girl Scout Ambassadors are welcome to become facilitators, also!
Girlz R.U.L.E.® is a “challenge initiative” program which gives directions to a group requiring all participants to work together to solve the given task. The exercises include role-playing games and physical problem solving activities that can be used as metaphors for situations girls frequently encounter. They serve to improve communication skills, while creating an atmosphere of cooperation and common purpose through brainstorming.
If you have any questions about Girlz R.U.L.E.®, please contact Linda Kalish at firstname.lastname@example.org or (203) 239-2922 ext. 3327.
Read more about Girlz R.U.L.E.® here.