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.

For E-learning training , please visit the E-LEARNING PAGE


Provincial Trainings

Trainer Stream, at Guide House May 3-5

Are you looking for a new challenge in Guiding? Do you want to share your expertise? Why not become a Trainer?
The Trainer Stream is a series of five modules designed to support your personal development and help prepare you for the role of Trainer. 
The modules are Training TEAM (about our current Adult Training Modules), Facilitation Skills, Training Delivery, Training Design, and Needs Assessment. A candidacy process with mentoring follows this educational component.

Guiders interested in the content for personal or professional reasons are welcome to attend. You are not required to complete the candidacy process if you take the Trainer Stream. Register Me


OAL - Location:
Anne Fraser House, Lewis Lake

OAL Residential - April 26-27th
OAL Residential / Tenting: April 26-28th

The residential modules cover material on planning and leading camps, food and nutrition, and camp life.  These modules serve as per-requisites for the tenting modules.  
Beginning Friday, April 26th with registration between 6:30 and 7pm and wrapping up at 4:00pm on Saturday, April 27th.  There is no fee for the training and participants will be reimbursed for their mileage. Register Me

OAL Tenting - April 27th-28th

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 27th with registration between 3:30 and 4pm and wrapping up at 4:00pm Sunday, April 28th.
Completion of, or equivalency for, the residential modules is a per-requisite for the tenting stream.
There is no fee for the trainings and participants will be reimbursed for their mileage.Register Me


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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