Re: Introduction/radio/leader training
Gino Lucrezi (lucrezi@DSIAQ1.ING.UNIVAQ.IT)
Fri, 3 Feb 1995 19:17:24 +0000
> I done cubs and scouts with "Scouts du Canada", french equivalent
> of Scouts-Canada. At that point, I changed to "Association des
> Eclaireurs Baden-Powell de l'Ontario", affiliated with the
> International Union of European Guides and Scouts, because the
> Only recently (two weeks ago) did I receive my woodbadge beads.
Of course you know that what you got *aren't* woodbadge beads, since
the 'Scouts d'Europe' dont belong to either WOSM or WAGGGS.
> 2) I'd like to get feedback on how the different scout associations
> prepare and train their leaders. I assume there is some type
> of curriculum...
In Italy, you have to attend to two week-long courses, with at least
a year of service between them, then you can apply for Woodbadge.
Group Scout Leader
AGESCI (Associazione Guide E Scouts Cattolici Italiani)
Gino Lucrezi @ Universita` "V. Rivera" - L'Aquila - Italy
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