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May 12 2017

Volunteer Training Opportunities

There is so much to know when you’re a leader! Let us help you. Register for any of these classes today.

*special note: For every activity that your troop participates in that is outside your “normal” meeting space, at least one adult must be certified in CPR/First Aid/AED! There are three classes listed below.

 

Volunteer Training
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Troop Camping 101 

May 11. 5:30pm-7:30pm. St. George.

May 25. 6pm-8pm. Salt Lake City.

June 7. 6pm-8pm. Salt Lake City.

Learn about the Girl Scout travel progression, the basics of camping safety, and much more! Camping is an opportunity for girls to have fun and to experience adventure and the great outdoors.  This course is required for at least one adult traveling with a troop on a camping trip that is 1 night or longer. Trainings must have been completed within the last 2 years to be valid. 

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CPR/First Aid/AED 

May 16. 6pm-8pm. Salt Lake City.

May 24. 6pm-8pm. American Fork.

                                   June 8. 5:30pm-7:30pm. Ogden.

Topics include conscious and unconscious choking, rescue breathing, CPR, use of AED, and basic first aid. This course is required for at least 1 adult Girl Scout volunteer for any activity outside of your normal meeting place and time. 

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New Troop Leader Training 

June 6. 5:45pm-8:30pm. Salt Lake City.

June 22. 5:45pm-8:30pm. American Fork.

This training covers everything you need to know to be a troop leader: all about Girl Scouts; policies and safety requirements; the Girl Scout program; troop finances; accessing resources; how to work with parents and plan your parent meeting; how to work with girls; and much more.  It is REQUIRED that all new troop leaders and co-leaders take this course.

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Wilderness First Aid 

June 16 – June 17. Trefoil Ranch. 

This course will certify you in American Red Cross Wilderness First Aid (two-year certification). A WFA first-aider must be present when a Girl Scout activity’s response time for emergency medical system (EMS) is greater than 30 minutes, regardless of the activity, and when Girl Scout Safety Activity Checkpoints indicate.

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