Lions Area Training Registration
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All trainings will be held at Highlands United Church, unless otherwise noted
3255 Edgemont Blvd, North Vancouver
PLEASE BE SURE TO REGISTER BY THE DEADLINE
New Guider Training Day
Training in your Branch Level includes…
- Girls First (new Girl Guides of Canada Program)
- Big Picture Planning
- How to share leadership so that everyone enjoys the experience!
- Tips to help control the chaos at meetings and bring out the best in everyone!
- Games, music and craft ideas to make your meetings pop!
- Lots of take-away ideas that you will want to use immediately!
- Planning strategies & resources to make your year manageable and fun!
- Ideas to help bring your specific Guiding ‘Program’ to life!
Plus all sorts of ideas, activities, themes, opening & closing, Promise & Law, ceremonies, traditions etc. for a FUN & successful year of girl-centered programming!
New Guider Training Day
Safe Guide
Safe Guide training is required by all Guiders within 6 months of their join date…
This training will show you how to navigate Safe Guide for a year of fun, safe activities! Safe Guide is a valuable resource with a friendly hands-on approach to managing risk. Packed with great information and tips, we will cover everything from minimum supervision and ratios, Emergency Response Plans and clothing lists…with an emphasis on fun activities and outdoor adventure. Preparedness starts with careful planning, communication and documentation. All activities have some degree of risk. Safe Guide provides a step-by-step process to help you identify and manage risk.

Safe Guide supports Guiders as they offer girls opportunities that will help them be confident and resourceful. Through many hands-on activities, camps and events, girls can have fun, learn, lead and be inspired to challenge themselves…all while staying safe.

Safe Guide
Girls First
Girls First is GGC's new program. It will be launched and accessible to the entire field for the 2018/2019 Guiding year.

Girls First will be:
- Girl-driven – we're putting girls' interests front and centre and inviting every girl to be actively involved in her Guiding experience
- Supportive – we're ready to support Guiders with the resources they need to be effective facilitators as they help girls navigate their Guiding experience
- Flexible and responsive – we're making sure Guiding remains relevant and ready to respond to Girls' changing needs and interests

Girls First
First Aid Training
This year’s courses are offered by St. John Ambulance at their Mountain Highway location…
#106 223 Mountain Highway, North Vancouver
In addition to the regular program offered, we have requested that the trainings be tailored for skills that could possibly be needed for all sorts of outdoor fun and adventure (eg. hikes, camps, burns, slips & falls, ticks etc.)

EMERGENCY FIRST AID – Community Care (1 day)
• 3 year certificate
• required by many Yellow Level Activities (sleepovers, camps)
• includes CPR for children and adults
**PATHFINDERS & RANGERS course** Must be at least 14 years of age

STANDARD FIRST AID (2 days)
• 3 year certificate
• required for Red Level Activities (EMS response time less than 4hrs)
• includes CPR for infants, children and adults

First Aid Training
Treasurer Training
This training opportunity is perfect for both new and experienced Unit & District Treasurers…

We will cover everything you need to know to be confident in your ‘Treasurer’ position including…
- your role (Unit &/or District)
- review of financial record keeping basics
- the importance of budgets!
- GST posting on camping fees & events
- tips and tricks to keep track of cookies and get paid on time
- how to record, report & claim GST rebates
- Children’s Art tax credit
- how to deal with the banks
- how clear and concise communication skills can get you what you want

Treasurer Training
Guider OAL - Getting Outside
If you are new to Guiding (Sparks, Brownies, Guides) this is a good place to start!
The purpose of the ‘first step’ is to show Guiders how to take an outdoor activity and make it fun and accessible for girls...

This year we are trying something new! This training will give the newer Guider some activity ideas and the skills necessary to plan and take girls outside for some safe outdoor fun! The session will include a short hike with examples of outdoor games, orienteering, nature walk resources and other activities that provide fun examples. The day will include samples of paperwork, first aid resources and methods of ensuring you have all your participants and haven’t lost anyone along the way and will lay the foundation for a ‘love of nature and the outdoors’ for many years to come!

*This will be a rain or shine activity so dress for the weather of the day
*More details will be provided upon registration! Let’s have fun in the outdoors!

Guider OAL - Residential Camp Planning
The girls love to go camping and often their first experience is in a building (we call this ‘Residential Camping’...)
Build success into your camping experience by having the necessary tools to plan and execute the perfect camp!
We will cover all aspects of planning, timelines, sharing the tasks and responsibilities, program, agendas, possible venues, rainy day activities, themes, food & nutrition and camp life...all while ensuring a safe and fun environment!
We will also cover day camps and mother & daughter sleepovers.

Needs Assessment...
Perhaps you are ready for some additional challenges ...
Depending on the needs and experience of the Guiders who register for this session, we can include additional information and skills for you to take your girls to an established tenting camp (platform tents, huts etc.)where the focus is on safe and fun outdoor camp life!

Please join us...the magic of camp awaits!

Guider OAL - Residential Camp Planning
Guider OAL - Adult Camp Skills
This is the OAL Tent Camping Enrichment Module and is for Guiders of any experience level who are interested in developing their outdoor tent camping skills in order to take girls to camp . This full-day features hands-on training with tents & tarps & shelters, outdoor kitchen set up & cooking outdoors plus program activities.
**The overnight option is available for those wishing to finish this module and earn the Enrichment Pin**
Wet & Winter Camp Training
PATHFINDERS/RANGERS/TREX/GUIDERS
FEE - $5 per girl
DEADLINE FOR FORM & FEES: NOVEMBER 19 2018
This training is perfect for all outdoor activities in our often soggy adventure playground!

This training is also a prerequisite for ‘Under the Boughs’ which is our annual snow camping experience and is strongly recommended for anyone wanting to take on winter activities.

This session is all about how to stay dry, warm and having fun no matter what the weather!

We will cover everything you need to know about equipment, packing, energy foods etc.

Wet & Winter Camp Training
Guide Camp Skills Day
LOCATION: Cates Park, North Vancouver

FEE - $10 per girl
DEADLINE FOR FORMS & FEES: MARCH 1 2019
This all-day outdoor training is targeted towards first-year Guide-age girls and is an annual favourite!

Guiders and girls will rotate through a ‘hands-on’ round robin of training opportunities that will cover camp cooking with yummy tasters (always a hit with both girls & leaders!), shelters, tents, stoves & lanterns as well as fire lighting!
You will want these skills so that you can try them out at your Spring tenting camp!

This is a fun full-day spent in the outdoors and for many…this will be their first experience!

An important part of camp skills training is learning how to stay warm and dry…no matter what the weather! Before attending Guide Camp Skills Day, we will help you ‘prepare’ yourself and the girls for a day outdoors through a series of preparatory emails or ‘baby steps’.

Guide Camp Skills Day
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You will receive a detailed confirmation 2 weeks ahead of the training -- we will also send you a reminder 4 days before your training
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