We’ve got something brand new to talk about for this episode, something called (drum roll, please) preview adventures. Hmm, you might be saying to yourself, I wonder what that’s about?
Joining us to tell us all about this exciting new initiative is Lisa Wylie, the brand-new chair for the National Cub Scouting Committee.
This episode is all about training: why it’s important, how to get trained, and everything you need to know about training. Longtime volunteer Grace Davidson wrote the scripts and provided content for the new e-learning training modules. Whether you’re new to Scouting or have been around the Scouting block a time or two, you’ll be left wondering, “With so many training opportunities available and all the fun and innovative ways to get that training, why didn’t I get trained sooner?”
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Special needs can mean anything from a learning disability like dyslexia to hearing loss to a physical disability like cerebral palsy. Even if you don’t have any special needs youth in your den or pack, you’re sure to find this discussion with Warren Weener, the chair-elect of the National Disabilities Awareness Committee, very enlightening.
If you’re interested, our big sibling, ScoutCast, addresses this same topic from the perspectives of a special needs Scout and a parent.