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Training Committee

Mission

  • Formation and training of adult leaders to establish and administer effective Scouting Programs as youth ministry.

Objectives

  • Develop tools to form and train diocesan committees to function as effective support systems for Catholic scouting and use these same tools that can be used to form and train unit leadership for effective ministry to youth through scouting.
  • Maintain and update training materials in place and encourage trained leaders to use their training for more effective ministry to youth through scouting.
  • Assist NCCS committees in the development of specialized training and certification programs as requested.

Immediate Goals

  • Review and maintain the adult formation (Scouter Development: Lay Apostolate Formation for Scouting).
  • Develop and maintain tools for the formation of diocesan committees and the development of committee members (NCCS Basic Training)
  • Develop and maintain training materials and programs to support unit level adults (Fast Start, "This is Catholic Scouting" outreach syllabus)
  • With the Conference and Executive Committee, coordinate Biennial Conference Workshop Programs (biennial effort)
  • Support the National Chaplain in coordinating the "Scouting in the Catholic Church" leadership training course held annually at the Philmont Training Center.
  • Administer the Jerusalem Cross Mission Project recognition program as a way of recognizing adults who follow through on their "Scouting in the Catholic Church" training by completing a project using what they have learned.

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