Training

GGC is committed to supporting you in your volunteer position in Nova Scotia

One source of that support is training. Whether you are a new unit leader, a Commissioner or an experienced adviser, training teaches you new skills and energizes you for the year ahead.

Nova Scotia's Training Team is here to help!
Training is offered in a variety of ways via group training, one to one training or on line through e-Learning. 
National has information on Unit Guider Training Opportunities for Orientation to Guiding, Safe Guide and more.

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PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE 2017
Every 2 years the NS Provincial Council hosts a unit Guider Conference that is open to all Guiders & Youth members.  
On November 24th & 26th Guiders from across the NS will gather in Halifax for a weekend of Training and fellowship- why not be a part of the fun this year !!

For additional information please check out our Guiders Conference page  

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E-LEARNING - offers the flexibility for online learning and the area training calendar identifies scheduled training where you can learn and share experiences in a group setting with women just like you. E-Learning is a  learning option that goes beyond putting a regular document online. E-learner's receive information through slides, pop-up text boxes and audio video-clips.  Additional Information

AVAILABLE ONLINE TRAINING 
Requirements for the online training:  a high speed internet connection, a headset or microphone/speakers attached to computer, a quiet space to participate, and a phone

  • NATIONAL  - Training Support

  • OAL - April 28-29th
  • RESIDENTlAL

    The Outdoor Activity Leadership (OAL) modules are designed to support Guiders to provide safe, engaging camping experiences for girls from Sparks through to Rangers.  

     The residential modules cover material on planning and leading camps, food and nutrition, and camp life.  These modules serve as pre-requisites for the tenting modules.  Beginning Friday, April 28th with registration between 6:30 and 7pm and wrapping up at 4:00pm on Saturday, April 29th, this training will be held at Camp Wo-He-Lo in Bridgewater. There is no fee for the training and participants will be reimbursed for their mileage.

    TENTING
    The Outdoor Activity Leadership (OAL) modules are designed to support Guiders to provide safe, engaging camping experiences for girls from Sparks through to Rangers.  

    The tenting stream covers content in planning and packing, tents and tarps, kitchens and cooking, and activities and program. *Note for tenting stream participants: One of the requirements of the tenting stream is that participants spend at least one night of the weekend in a tent.* Beginning Saturday, April 29th with registration between 3:30 and 4pm and wrapping up at 4:00pm Sunday, April 30th, this training will be held at Camp Wo-He-Lo in Bridgewater. There is no fee for the training and participants will be reimbursed for their mileage. Completion of, or equivalency for, the residential modules is a pre-requisite for the tenting stream.

    Guiders interested in completing both streams are welcome to join us for the whole weekend, please be sure to register for each stream individually.

     Registration for each stream will be capped at 20 Guiders.  An online registration form will be available soon, but to reserve your spot please e-mail Christy Elliott at training@girlguides.ns.ca with your name and which stream(s) you are interested in attending.


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  • Information & Available Training

     


Area Trainings- Please see Area pages under the main Volunteer tab

Food Handlers Course 
We are offering the Food Handl
Food Handlers Course 
We are offering the Food Handl
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