VenturingSpecific

Information about VenturingSpecific

Published on April 16, 2008

Author: Rainero

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Slide1:  Venturing Leader Specific Training Slide2:  Reminder to instructors: Check the notes pages of this presentation for the complete text of the Venturing Leader Specific Training This is a “hidden slide” and will not show in the presentation. Slide3:  Schedule (draft) Session #1:  Session #1 Here’s Venturing Introductions:  Introductions George Crowl Brett Dix Thomas Franklin Rob Pelley Participants Buzz Groups:  Buzz Groups What are you looking forward to? What are you concerned about? Slide7:  BSA Mission Statement The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Slide8:  The Venturing Oath As a Venturer, I promise to do my duty to God and help strengthen America, to help others, and to seek truth, fairness, and adventure in our world. Venturing Code:  Venturing Code As a Venturer, I believe that America’s strength lies in our trust in God and in the courage, strength, and traditions of our people. I will, therefore, be faithful in my religious duties and will maintain a personal sense of honor in my own life. I will treasure my American heritage and will do all I can to preserve and enrich it. I will recognize the dignity and worth of all humanity and will use fair play and goodwill in my daily life. I will acquire the Venturing attitude that seeks the truth in all things and adventure on the frontiers of our changing world. Slide10:  Sea Promise As a Sea Scout I promise to do my best: To guard against water accidents To know the location and proper use of the lifesaving devices on every boat I board To prepare to render aid to those in need To seek to preserve the motto of the sea: Women and Children First. Slide11:  What is Venturing? Venturing is a youth development program of the Boy Scouts of America for young men and women who are at least 14 years old (and have completed the eighth grade) through 20 years of age. Local community organizations establish a Venturing Crew or Sea Scout Ship by matching their people and program resources to the interests of young people in the community. The result is a program of exciting and meaningful activities that helps youth pursue their special interests, to grow, to develop leadership skills, and to become good citizens. Venturing Uniform:  Venturing Uniform No universal official uniform Recommended uniform Spruce green shirt Green tabs Gray shorts or casual pants Sea Scout — Normally white or Navy Uniform, if any, is crew / ship choice Venturing’s Unique Place:  Venturing’s Unique Place Venturing Venture Scout Varsity Crew / Ship Patrol Troop Team Stand-alone Optional Stand-alone Stand-alone 14-20 (coed) 13-17 11-17 14-17 Venturing Boy Scout Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan Oath & Code President,VP Venture PL SPL, ASPL, Captain, Secy,Treas, VentureAPL PL, APL, Scr Squad leader, Activity Chairs Instr., QM. Prog manager Bronze,Gold, Eagle, Life, Star, Silver,Ranger,QM 1st, 2nd, Tenderfoot, Scout +Letter Charter Agreement:  Charter Agreement Program inventory Hobbies, skills, careers, ideas Adult leaders Organize program inventory Serve as Advisors Meeting facilities Venturing Crew:  Venturing Crew Youth led organization Based on program inventory Recruits Elects officer Plans programs Adult Advisors provide training and guidance for crew’s elected officers Slide16:  BSA Local Council The Boy Scouts of America recruits adult volunteers and assigns staff members to provide the following services for Venturing chartered organization’s crews / ships. Slide17:  Leadership training for Advisors and elected officers Guidance on how to organize a crew or ship and keep the program going successfully Methods for recruiting Venturers, including an interest survey of local high school students. Regular communication with each crew / ship to provide program support BSA Commitment Slide18:  BSA Commitment Use of council facilities, such as camps and equipment Planning of council-wide activities that enrich the crew’s / ship’s program Liability insurance coverage Slide19:  Venturing Methods Adult association Leadership Recognition Ideals Group activities High adventure Teaching others Nationwide Interests:  Nationwide Interests 85% outdoor oriented 11% sports and hobbies focus 4% Sea Scout ships Slide21:  The Advisor / Skipper The Advisor’s / Skipper’s responsibilities include: Fostering a sense of community within the crew Helping youth lead, plan, make decisions, and carry out a long term program of activities Encourage participation and support for your crew Uphold standards and policies of sponsoring organization and the Boy Scouts of America Slide22:  The Advisor / Skipper Protect young people in your Venturing crew / ship from abuse or neglect and uphold the standards of the BSA Youth Protection emphasis Ensure the activities are conducted within safety guidelines and requirements Cultivate the Venturing spirit within your crew — have fun Slide23:  Break Session 2:  Session 2 Understanding and Protecting Youth Slide25:  What is the purpose of Venturing? Slide26:  You might think that Venturing is specialty information, learning leadership skills, a community service, or a good social experience. Venturing is all of these things and more, but the primary purpose is “forming responsible and caring adults”. What is the purpose of Venturing? Slide27:  Adolescent Development Issues Important development issues facing Venturers Experimentation Movement from dependence to interdependence Social relationships Physiological changes and sexual maturity Reevaluation of values Understanding Young Adults:  Understanding Young Adults What do we notice first about youth? Size Behavior Many times we misjudge based on above Harder to know what is going on in heads Teenagers deal with opposing emotions: They fear and crave independence Constant struggle for power / independence Want to be unique, but peer pressure Leadership Styles for Advisors:  Leadership Styles for Advisors Be a mentor Be a coach Walk your talk Be understanding of the teenage years and their search for autonomy Be able to relate Show mutual respect as a team member Develop and demonstrate conflict management skills Protecting Our Youth:  Protecting Our Youth Guide to Safe Scouting G2SS:  G2SS Leadership requirements for trips and outings Safe Swim Defense Safety Afloat Scuba Camping Guns and firearms Cave exploring Climbing & rappelling Unauthorized and restricted activities Medical information Transportation Tour permits Slide32:  Youth Protection Guidelines for Adult Leaders Video Slide33:  Break Slide34:  Youth Protection: Personal Safety Awareness Video Session #3:  Session #3 Leadership and Organization Slide36:  Crew Organization and Leadership When an organization agrees to be a sponsor in Venturing, it agrees to recruit adult leaders; an Advisor / Skipper, associate Advisors / Mates, and a crew / ship committee. These leaders must be adult men and women at least 21 years of age, who will guide the crew. Slide37:  Crew / Ship Committee Advisor / Skipper Associate Advisor / Mate Administration Associate Advisor / Mate Program Sponsoring Organization Consultants President / Boatswain Vice President / Boatswains Mate Administration Vice President / Boatswains Mate Program Treasurer / Purser Treasurer Committee Chair Secretary / Yeoman Activity Chairs Venturing Crew / Ship Organization Slide38:  Adult Leaders Advisor / Skipper Associate Advisors / Mates Crew Committee Consultants Venturers:  Venturers 14 (and completed 8th grade) Not yet 21 Registered Subscribes to the Oath and Code Sea Promise Attends regular meetings Slide40:  Elected Crew / Ship Officers President / Boatswain Vice Presidents / Boatswain’s Mates Secretary / Yeoman Treasurer / Purser Activity Chairs (appointed) Slide41:  Adult - Venturer Team The elected Venturer officers work hand-in-hand with the adult Advisors and committee members. Activity chairs work with adult consultants (from crew committee, parents or other qualified adults) Cooperation and teamwork between adults and young adults are essential to the success of Venturing Officer’s Briefing:  Officer’s Briefing Done quickly, get officers started Advisor and new president brief new officers on current program Explain Program Capability Inventory and Activity Interest Survey Schedule PCI, AIS, and Seminar Explain officers’ responsibility Provide Advisor’s expectations Venturing Leadership Skills Course:  Venturing Leadership Skills Course Vision Communication Organization Synergism Slide44:  How to Conduct a Reflection Slide45:  Break Session #4:  Session #4 Awards and Recognitions B. A. R. S.:  B. A. R. S. Status Recognition Achievement Belonging Venturing Recognition:  Venturing Recognition Venturing Recognitions:  Venturing Recognitions Bronze Gold Silver Ranger – outdoor skills Quest – sports skills Sea Scout Quartermaster Slide50:  Bronze Awards Sports Religious Life (Youth Ministries) Arts and Hobbies Outdoor (half of Ranger Award) Sea Scouting (Ordinary rank) All Venturers can earn any or all of these, irrespective of the crew’s interest area Religious Life Requirements :  Religious Life Requirements Do nine of the eleven projects: Earn religious award Learn about cultural diversity Plan and lead a service project Volunteer in church for three months Go on a religious retreat Be in a religious play Serve as an officer of your Sunday School Complete a Standard First Aid class Do five Ethical Controversies activities Sunday School teacher Meet with church leader Gold Award:  Gold Award Bronze Award 12 months tenure Leadership role Participate in a district (or higher) event Personal growth Lead crew activities Recite Venturing Oath Three letters of recommendation Written presentation and crew review Silver Award:  Silver Award One Bronze Award Gold Award Emergency Preparedness (First Aid, CPR, Safe Swim Defense) Demonstrate leadership Including Venturing Leadership Skills Course Participate in Ethics in Action Crew review Ranger Award:  Ranger Award Eight core requirements … First Aid Emergency Preparedness Leave No Trace Navigation Wilderness Survival Communications Cooking Conservation Ranger Award :  Ranger Award …plus four of eighteen electives Backpacking Cave Exploring COPE Cycling/Mountain Biking Ecology First Aid Fishing Equestrian Hunting Lifesaver Mountaineering Outdoor Living History Physical Fitness Plants and Wildlife Scuba Shooting Sports Watercraft Winter Sports Quest Award:  Quest Award Core requirements 1. Sports Bronze Award 2. Sport Safety Training 3. Fitness for Life 4. Fitness assessment 5. Sport disciplines One elective 1. History / heritage sports 2. Sports nutrition 3. Drug-free sport 4. Communications 5. History / heritage of disabled sports movement Slide57:  Jan Religious Award Study (1) Ethics in Action(9) Feb Cooking* BDAC Rendezvous Mar Cultural Diversity (2) Ethics in Action Apr First Aid* (8) May Service Project (3) Ethics in Action Jun Religious Play (6) Leadership Skills Jul Backpacking Swimming & SSD Aug Wilderness Survival* Ethics in Action Sep Religious Retreat (5) Oct Religious Leader Meeting (11) Ethics in Action RELIGIOUS LIFE BRONZE Nov Emergency Preparedness* Leadership Skills Dec Winter Sports Ethics in Action OUTDOOR BRONZE GOLD AWARD Religious Life Program Jan First Aid* Ethics in Action Feb Cooking* BDAC Rendezvous Mar Land Navigation* Apr Backpacking Ethics in Action May Leave No Trace* Leaderships Skills Jun Wilderness Survival* Jul Mountaineering Swimming & SSD OUTDOOR BRONZE Aug Emergency Preparedness* Sep Communications* Ethics in Action Oct Project COPE Nov Conservation* Leadership Skills Dec Winter Sports Ethics in Action RANGER AWARD GOLD AWARD:  Jan First Aid* Ethics in Action Feb Cooking* BDAC Rendezvous Mar Land Navigation* Apr Backpacking Ethics in Action May Leave No Trace* Leaderships Skills Jun Wilderness Survival* Jul Mountaineering Swimming & SSD OUTDOOR BRONZE Aug Emergency Preparedness* Sep Communications* Ethics in Action Oct Project COPE Nov Conservation* Leadership Skills Dec Winter Sports Ethics in Action RANGER AWARD GOLD AWARD Outdoor/Ranger Program Quartermaster Award:  Quartermaster Award For Sea Scouts See the Sea Scout Manual Slide60:  Advancement Game Slide61:  Silver Award Ranger Award Quartermaster General 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 Jeopardy Game Silver Award 10 Points:  Silver Award 10 Points May a Venturer earn all five Bronze Awards? Yes (VLM, p. 5) Click on button to return to game: Silver Award 20 Points:  Silver Award 20 Points How does the Venturing Leadership Skills Course relate to the Silver Award? Completion of VLSC is required (VLM p. 8) Click on button to return to game: Silver Award 30 Points:  Silver Award 30 Points Must a crew review be conducted for all Venturing awards? No, only the Gold and Silver (VLM, pp. 267, 273) Click on button to return to game: Silver Award 40 Points:  Silver Award 40 Points Which award required participation in two Ethical Controversies? Silver Award (VLM, p. 273) Click on button to return to game: Ranger Award 10 Points:  Ranger Award 10 Points How many of the 18 electives must a Venturer complete to earn the Ranger Award? Four (RG, p. 3) Click on button to return to game: Ranger Award 20 Points:  Ranger Award 20 Points How does the Outdoor Bronze Award relate to the Ranger Award? Outdoor Bronze is 1/2 Ranger requirements [four core and two electives] (RG, p. 3) Click on button to return to game: Ranger Award 30 Points:  Ranger Award 30 Points Who may sign off on requirements and electives on the scoresheets in the Ranger Guidebook? Advisor or consultant who worked with you (RG, p. 4) Click on button to return to game: Ranger Award 40 Points:  Ranger Award 40 Points Explain how a Venturer can receive multiple credit and / or past credit for work done as a Boy Scout / Girl Scout ? See page 4 of Ranger Guidebook Click on button to return to game: Quartermaster Award 10 Points:  Quartermaster Award 10 Points Name the three ranks a Sea Scout must earn before the Quartermaster. Apprentice, Ordinary, Able (SSM, pp. 85-93) Click on button to return to game: Quartermaster Award 20 Points:  Quartermaster Award 20 Points Explain how Sea Scout advancement is related to the Bronze Award? Sea Scout Bronze is Ordinary rank (VLM, p. 255) Click on button to return to game: Quartermaster Award 30 Points:  Quartermaster Award 30 Points What percentage of a ship’s meetings must a Sea Scout attend to achieve Sea Scout ranks? 75% for Ordinary, Able, and Quartermaster (SSM, pp. 85-96) Click on button to return to game: Quartermaster Award 40 Points:  Quartermaster Award 40 Points Describe the relationship between the Quartermaster service project and the Eagle service project. Must use the Eagle Service Project workbook (SSM, p. 93) Click on button to return to game: General 10 Points:  General 10 Points T/F: Venturers may work toward the Ranger and Silver Awards at the same time. True (VLM, p. 255) Click on button to return to game: General 20 Points:  General 20 Points Must a BSA advancement report be completed? Yes (Here’s Venturing, p. 32) Click on button to return to game: General 30 Points:  General 30 Points May a male Venturer pursue the Eagle rank? Yes, First Class Scouts, until 18 (VLM, p. 331) Click on button to return to game: General 40 Points:  General 40 Points Name the Venturing leadership positions a male Venturer may apply toward Eagle. President, vice president, secretary, treasurer Boatswain, boatswain’s mate, yeoman, purser, storekeeper Click on button to return to game: Jeopardy (10 point) Advancement Game:  Jeopardy (10 point) Advancement Game May a Venturer earn all five Bronze Awards? Yes (VLM, p. 5) How many of the 18 electives must a Venturer complete to earn the Ranger Award? Four (RG, p. 3) Name the three ranks a Sea Scout must earn before the Quartermaster. Apprentice, Ordinary, Able (SSM, pp. 85-93) T/F: Venturers may work toward the Ranger and Silver Awards at the same time. True (VLM, p. 255) Jeopardy (20 point) Advancement Game:  Jeopardy (20 point) Advancement Game How does the Venturing Leadership Skills Course relate to the Silver Award? Completion of VLSC is required (VLM p. 8) How does the Outdoor Bronze Award relate to the Ranger Award? Outdoor Bronze is 1/2 Ranger requirements [four core and two electives] (RG, p. 3) Explain how Sea Scout advancement is related to the Bronze Award. Sea Scout Bronze is Ordinary rank (VLM p.255) Must a BSA advancement report be completed? Yes (it is not mentioned in Venturing literature) Jeopardy (30 point) Advancement Game:  Jeopardy (30 point) Advancement Game Must a crew review be conducted for all Venturing awards? No, only the Gold and Silver (VLM, pp 267, 273) Who may sign off on requirements and electives on the scoresheets in the Ranger Guidebook? Advisor or consultant who worked with you (RG, p. 4) What percentage of a ship’s meetings must a Sea Scout attend to achieve Sea Scout ranks? 75% for Ordinary, Able, and Quartermaster (SSM, 85-96) May a male Venturer pursue the Eagle rank? Yes, First Class Scouts, until 18 (VLM, p. 331) Jeopardy (40 point) Advancement Game:  Jeopardy (40 point) Advancement Game Which award requires participation in two Ethical Controversies? Silver Award (VLM p. 273) Explain how a Venturer can receive multiple credit and/or past credit for work done as a Boy Scout. See page 4 of Ranger Guidebook Describe the relationship between the Quartermaster service project and the Eagle service project. Must use the Eagle Service Project workbook (SSM, p. 93) Name the Venturing Leadership positions a male Venturer may apply toward Eagle. President, vice president, secretary, treasurer Boatswain, boatswain’s mate, yeoman, purser, storekeeper Slide82:  Break Four Levels of Learning:  Four Levels of Learning Level 1—You read it Level 2—It is taught to you Level 3—You experience it Level 4—You teach it to someone else Consultants:  Consultants Play a key role in Venturing Advisors should seek them out Have special skills or resources Should be registered No one-on-one involvement Eagle Scout:  Eagle Scout Eligibility First Class Scout Earned as a Boy Scout or Varsity Scout Requirements remain the same Leadership position in the crew Boards of Review:  Boards of Review Scout rank must have board of review May be troop, team, or crew 3-6 committee members No advisors, assistants, relatives Purposes Work has been learned and completed What kind of experience youth having? Encourage advancement to next rank Not an examination, 15 minutes max Eagle board follows council procedures Crew Review:  Crew Review Required for Gold and Silver Awards Not for Bronze or Ranger or Quest Required for all Sea Scout ranks Completion paperwork to Advisor / Skipper Crew president (with Advisor) appoints review committee of 4-6 Venturers and adults Review determines if person grew as a result of the experience Advancement report to council office Recognition Map:  Recognition Map Previous Boy Scout or Varsity Scout JOIN Venturing Outdoor Religious Arts and Sports Sea Bronze Life Hobbies Bronze Scout Bronze Bronze Bronze Ranger Gold Award Award Silver Quarter- Award master Award Quest Award Slide89:  Venturing Awards LEADERSHIP AWARD Presented by Councils/Regions and National Council to Venturers and adults who have made exceptional contributions to Venturing ADVISOR AWARD of MERIT Recognizes Advisor / Skipper for outstanding ability to work with youth. Nominated by crew president and committee chairman Question:  Question Slide91:  If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Session #5:  Session #5 Resources and Program Planning Slide93:  Crew’s Program Planning Process Program Capability Inventory Venturing Activity Interest Survey Brainstorm Match Venturing activity interests with resources Fill in the gaps Schedule the activities Select Venturing chairpersons and adult consultants Follow-up is vital! Assume nothing! Slide94:  Step 1—Program Capability Inventory (PCI) Conducted by the crew / ship committee and adult Advisors. Every adult (or Venturer) who can help the crew is surveyed: Profession Hobbies Contacts Equipment access Skills Inventory is the basic resource pool for crew activities Slide95:  Step 2 — Activity Interest Survey This questionnaire is taken by the Venturers. Provides information on what activities the Venturers are interested in doing. Should contain possible activities over all of the program emphasis areas. Provides the officers information on the Venturers’ interests. Slide96:  Step 3 — Brainstorm After surveying the Venturers on their interests you should brainstorm additional activity topics. This brainstorming should include the entire crew / ship membership. (See “How to Brainstorm” in the Venturing Leaders’ Manual, pp. 48-49.) Planning Activity:  Planning Activity Slide98:  Step 4 — Match Activity Interests With Resources Match the activity interests with the resources on your PCI. Where a match exist you have a potential program. The crew / ship committee will need to recruit or acquire other resources for the remainder of the Venturer activity interests. Slide99:  Step 5 — Fill in the Gaps The crew / ship officers might feel that other activities should be included to better balance the crew program. These might include other Venturing activities, other activities for your sponsoring organization, standing crew activities, training sessions, annual recruiting open house,etc. Slide100:  Step 6 — Schedule the Activities List each activity selected on your crew / ship calendar. Schedule two crew meetings, an officers’ meeting, and one other activity each month. Backdate major activities such as your big superactivity for the year. Watch out for date conflicts. Program scheduling is done at the Officers’ Seminar. Slide101:  Step 7 — Select Venturer Activity Chairs and Adult Consultants An interested and capable Venturer is appointed to serve as chair for each activity Assisted by an adult consultant from the PCI who has knowledge about the particular activity. Team manages the planning, development and execution of the activity. Slide102:  Step 8 Follow-up is vital! Assume nothing. At your monthly officer and crew / ship committee meetings check on the status of the program development. Slide103:  Program Planning Summary Program Capability Inventory Venturer Activity Interest Survey Brainstorm activities Match activity interests with resources Fill in the gaps Schedule the activities Select activity chairs and consultants Follow-up Slide104:  Open House Before the meeting Greeting Hands-on activity / icebreaker Welcome What is Venturing / Sea Scouting & crew purpose About our crew Questions and answers Advisor’s comments Invitation to join Hands-on activity again + registration Refreshments Cleanup Additional Resources:  Additional Resources Venturing Literature and Resources Take Adventure to the Limit Passport to High Adventure Slide106:  QUESTIONS? What’s Next?:  What’s Next? Set specific goals Samples: Conduct Venturing Leadership Skills Course Conduct exciting open house Conduct PCI / AIS and make annual plan Conduct Youth Protection Training Committee assemble a consultant list Adult Training Awards:  Adult Training Awards Scouter’s Key (Advisor) Fast Start and Basic training Three years tenure, seminars, VLSC Quality Unit, parents night Roundtable attendance Training Award (Venturing) Basic training Two years tenure Seven of 11 projects Sea Scout leaders meet Skipper’s needs Graduation:  Graduation

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