Re: A resigning matter?
- From: "chris.5th" <chris.5th@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 17 Mar 2007 05:27:09 -0700
On 17 Mar, 12:06, marc <initialdotsurn...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Eddie Langdown wrote:
So this other friend of mine is a DC, who found that it was really hard
getting leaders in the district to train on the County courses, it was a
constant battle of encouraging, explaining and threatening for years. So he
did an audit of the training requirments of every leader in the district,
assembled a training team, designed courses exactly around the modules they
needed and put them on himself in the District, long days, people taking
small groups in every corner, a production line of training; a real buzz of
learing and sharing. They were very popular and he was rapidy working his
way through the entire list.
Last week the County Chair told him to stop; all training had to take place
at County level.
The DC, the most popular and hard working man in scouting for miles, argued
for his cause, lost and resigned.
Do any of you have training at district level?
Is it really not alowed?
Eddie Langdown GSL 16th Bermondsey London
Training should be at "leader" level, how the training is done is
between the leader and their trainer
Do your county also ban working from Workbooks, DVD etc?
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