Guider Training is Fraser Skies Area’s adult training sessions for Guiders and Unit Assistants. Come out and learn some new skills and meet fellow members.
Everyone who participates in a Fraser Skies Area sponsored training this season (Jan-Mar) will have their names put in to a draw for a polar fleece vest. The winner will be notified by email in April. There will be another draw for the April-June season, as well as fall 2022.
Please check the Google Form for our latest Guider Training offerings.
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Training WorkshopsYou can horizontally scroll table to view registration links in mobile.
|Date||Session||Description||Location||Registration Link/ Email|
|Jan 11 or 16||the Girl Program & using the program platform 7-9pm||Learn how to deliver the program for your unit, and be comfortable using the program platform. This training applies to all the branches, and even if you’ve taken the online training, having a trainer to show you how to assign badges, answer questions will be beneficial. This training goes towards your red New Guider training pin.||https://forms.gle/kLrCFUu4zpqTXWCt7|
|Jan 18, 25, |
|OAL indoor camp training 6:30-9:30pm||Learn how to take your unit to camp the Girl Guide Way!|
You will learn all about Camp life, budgeting and food, as well as ensuring that you have the skills and confidence to deliver a fun, safe, age appropriate camp. You are welcome to take any ot the modules, but all 3 evenings are required to earn your green pin.
|Feb 28||Exploring the branches 7-9 pm||-This training explores the age characteristics of today’s girls and young women; hot topics for girls as they are growing; and how you can support and empower them to grow up as healthy, happy young women. Guiders can learn more about how the roles of girls and Guiders evolve as the girls mature and are able to direct more and more of their program as they progress through the branches. This module goes toward your yellow enrichment training pin||https://forms.gle/SJZjvBYnAaad7dLNA|
|April 1||Leading active games 9:30-12 noon||Leading Active Games will help you include active games in your Unit. It provides tips for being an effective facilitator, guidance on being inclusive for all abilities so there is maximum participation, and offers the opportunity to practice leading an active game.|
This module goes towards your yellow enrichment training pin
|April 4||Communicating with Girls 7-9 pm||The Communicating with Girls module is designed to introduce Guiders to effective communication skills and techniques that are helpful in the Unit. It provides opportunities to practice effective and age-appropriate communication from Sparks through to Rangers. This module goes toward your yellow enrichment pin.||https://forms.gle/48Vre497zt7ZtsWd8|