Wood Badge C7-456-16 - Pathway to Adventure Council

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Wood Badge C7-456-16 Pathway to Adventure Course Overview Wood Badge is designed to be advanced leadership training for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, and Venturing adult leaders at the unit, district, council, and professional levels, taught in the living experience of a Boy Scout troop employing the patrol method.

Learning Objectives As a result of attending Wood Badge, participants will be able to:  View Scouting globally, as a family of interrelated, values-based programs that provide age appropriate activities for youth.  Recognize the contemporary leadership concepts utilized in corporate America and leading government organizations that are relevant to our values-based movement.  Apply the skills learned from their participation as a member of a successful working team.  Revitalize their commitment by sharing in an overall inspirational experience that helps provide Scouting with the leadership it needs to accomplish its mission on an ongoing basis.

Participant Prerequisites: Be a Registered member of the B.S.A.. All participants must have completed the basic leader training course for their position in Scouting. Outdoor skills training is not required but would be useful and be capable of functioning safely in the outdoors. A full Scout uniform will be the dress for the course.

1st Wood Badge Course in 1919 at Gilwell Park In England.

The course follows five central themes: Living the Values  Values, mission, and vision  Aims and methods Bringing the Vision to Life  Listening to Learn  Communicating  Giving and receiving feedback  Valuing people and leveraging diversity  Coaching and mentoring Models for Success  Team development  Situational leadership Tools of the Trade  Project planning and problem solving  Managing conflict  Assessing team performance  Managing change  Celebrating team success Leading to Make a Difference  Leaving a legacy  Learning the greatest leadership secret  Servant Leadership

Wood Badge - Come Join Us In This Adventure Building relationships and accomplishing goals is a part of everything we do, be it at home, work, or as part of the many groups and organizations we participate in. Wood badge is more than just a training program. Wood Badge is all about building relationships both in Scouting and out. You will learn to understand the many things necessary for any group to function as a successful team. Sure, Wood Badge is valuable to you as a Scouter, but more importantly, Wood Badge will make you better at whatever you do, no matter what it is. And, above everything else, Wood Badge is FUN! Not only will you learn a great deal, you will have FUN while you are learning. What a great concept! Please join us as we guide you along the trail to that mountaintop experience.

Course Director, C7-456-16 [email protected] 847-477-2078 (Feel free to text with questions)



Pre-Course meeting: TBA Tuesday, July 12, 2016 7:00 pm. — 9:00 pm. Optional, but highly recommended. This information includes preregistration, medical checks, and ticket development.

First Weekend: Friday, August 12 to Sunday, August 14, 2016 Arrive by 7:00 am.— Depart approx. 6:00 pm.

Second Weekend: Saturday, September 10 to Monday, September 12, 2016 Arrive by 7:00 am. — Depart approx. 6:00 pm.

Location: Camp Crown Trevor, Wi.

Location: Camp Crown Trevor, Wi.

Payment Dates/ Fees Pay For The cost of this course is $250.00 per person. A deposit of $75.00 is due with the reservation. Full payment of $250 is due by July 12, 2016. Course fee covers all materials, meals, program supplies and recognition items.

Course Size Restrictions The course is limited in number of participants, so enroll early to guarantee a spot!

Medical: All participants are required to complete the Annual Health and Medical Record form (available at www.scouting