Training for Exploring
Steve Souza (76703.633@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Sun, 28 Mar 1993 06:33:39 EST
quoting From: <WALTOML%WKUVX1.BITNET@ricevm1.rice.edu>
> Mike L. Walton
> National Exploring Instructor
>> If you are an EA (Explorer >Advisor) and have been to ELI (Explorer
>> leadership Institute) or the >Exploring Basic Training, then you are a
>> "trained Exploring Advisor".
> Wait a minute....ELI is ADVANCED TRAINING, not BASIC Training. You don't
> get to go (or should not go!) to ELI... *unless* you've been a trained
> Exploring leader for at least two years!
Mike, I should have figured you'd catch that one. I was suggesting that ELI
(a kind of Exploring Woodbadge) did qualify as Explorer training (not the
only training, as I mentioned, but training none the less).
The other reason for mentioning ELI was to bring to light that it seems the
LDS Church in SLC plans to discontinue ELI... 80% of our Council's Exploring
committee is ELI trained (including our Exploring DE, which is great) and
have been considering hosting a version of ELAT (Explorer Leader Advanced
Training) here in CA next year.
Stay tuned for details as they become available.
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