Upcoming Courses for October
Leadership Essentials
Basic Camping
Service Unit Cookie Management
Archery
Low Ropes-Challenge Course/Project Adventure
Future Adult Learning Courses
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Please be courteous to our Council Facilitators' and complete a registration form, before the deadline, for ALL Adult Learning sessions. Also ensure that any session/course fees are paid when registering. The session facilitator will now ask for your confirmation, please print confirmation and bring with you to your class. If you do not have your printed confirmation and are not on the roster you will be asked to reschedule for a later date!

 

Also, please notify GSLE at least 24 hours before the class if you are not going to attend - payments will not be transferred or refunded unless we receive prior notification of your cancellation! 

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Leadership Essentials - Daytime Training Available!!!!
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For all volunteer positions working directly with girls.
 

Learn how to help manage a group of girls while providing a safe experience; understand the Promise and the Law; lay out a typical meeting; describe the importance of all of the components of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and utilize Journeys and The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting in all aspects of girl led, learning by doing, and cooperative learning. See pre-requisites. 

 

NO.DATEDAYTIMELOC.REGIS. DEADLINE
LE3191
11/6
Tues
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Regional Service Center (BR)
10/31
LE340611/13Tues6 - 9 pm Council Headquarters (NO)11/7

  

Click here to register online.
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Basic Camping 

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All registered and screened adult volunteer taking a troop/group on a day or overnight camping and/or outdoor cooking experience.  

 

Course topics include health and safety considerations for camping with groups, group dynamics in the out-of-doors, progression, program and environmental activities, outdoor skills (including safety, fire building, outdoor cooking methods, knife skills, cleaning and care of campsites, etc.) and minimal impact camping. Click here for more information. 

 

Course Fee: $10

 

 

NO.DATEDAYTIMELOC.REGIS. DEADLINE
BC340211/10Sat only9 am - 7 pmMcFadden Cabin11/2
BC320111/10 - 11/11Sat - Sun 9 am Sat - 12 pm Sun Wurzlow Farms, Houma11/2
  

Click here to register online.

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Service Unit Cookie Management 

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Required for: Area Cookie Managers, Service Unit Cookie Managers, Service Unit Managers, Cookie Cupboard Managers, Cookie Rally Directors.  Not for volunteers at the troop level.

 

This learning session helps prepare and update all area and service unit level administrative cookie volunteers, both new to the position and returning, for the upcoming Girl Scout Cookie Sale. Questions, please call, Alisha Moore at 504-733-8220, ext. 2241 or amoore@gsle.org.

  

NO.DATEDAYTIMELOC.REGIS. DEADLINE
CSAL0111/10Sat10 am -     1 pm First Community Antioch Baptist Church, 10860 Hwy 3215, Gramercy, LA 70052 11/7

  

Click here to register online.

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Archery 
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For all leaders, interested registered adults, and girls (age 14+) working with Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors.

This training covers archery safety, equipment, and techniques.  Upon completion of the course, the learner will be able to teach archery to the girls and check out the necessary equipment at Camp. 

Course Fee: $5 

 

NO.DATEDAYTIMELOC.REGIS. DEADLINE
AR3104 11/10Sat9 am -     12 pmCamp Marydale 10/31

 

Click here to register online.
 
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Low Ropes-Challenge Course/Project Adventure

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The low ropes elements are structured activities that are literally low-to-the-ground. They are purposefully geared toward team building. Project Adventure is element-based activities in which participants either get to know one another better and/or learn how to work together to accomplish a challenge. After this session Adult Volunteers will be able to facilitate a troop or group of Girl Scouts on the Low Ropes Challenge Course at Camp Marydale. We recommend two or more participants from each troop or Service Unit attend this class together. Please note this is not training for the high ropes challenge course.

 

NO.DATEDAYTIMELOCATIONREGIS. DEADLINE
LR310311/10Sat.9 am - 12 pm Camp Marydale 10/31

  

Click here to register online.

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Future Adult Learning Courses 

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Click here to see additional trainings being offered later in the year.

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