Re: Correct Editions of MB Books
Everett Holm (Everett@POBOXES.COM)
Thu, 19 Sep 1996 22:50:39 -0700
I would have to agree with the Waterfront guys statement. When I attended
camp school in '93, we were taught the new spinal injury requirements for
Lifesaving MB with the change coming out in the '94 or '95 (unsure of which
year) requirement books. We were even given copies of the proposed
requirements at the '93 camp school.
I added spinal injury work to the BSA Lifeguard program that summer and gave
a demonstration of the spinal injury techniques to the Lifesaving MB classes
each week that summer.
Looks like the other areas of program need to get there program together to
keep current with the requirement changes as well.
At 11:48 PM 9/19/96 -0400, you wrote:
>In all honesty I found found that National Camp Schools do a POOR JOB in this
>one aspect of preparing area directors. Except for the Waterfront guys who
>LOVE to rewrite their book titles every few years, and whos authors often are
>the ace instructors at NCSD, I have found that other sections are often not
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City