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  1. Welcome! Make yourself comfortable. We will start soon.

  2. Commissioner Quiz • The unit commissioner: (true / false) • 1. Reports to the District Executive. • 2. Must be an expert in training adults and youth. • 3. Is only concerned with reregistering a unit on time. • 4. Should be familiar with the official literature used by units for program. • 5. Visits the unit committee only, on a regular basis. • 6. Must know the unit program planning process. • 7. "Sells" the unit leader on district and council functions, as a primary responsibility. • 8. Periodically communicates with the chartered organization representative to offer help.

  3. Commissioner Quiz • The unit commissioner: (true / false) - Continued • 9. Regularly attends Roundtables to check up on unit leaders. • 10. Guides the unit through the annual service plan. • 11. May earn the Commissioner’s Key and/or the Cub Scouter Award. • 12. Attends monthly meetings of the district committee. • 13. Is not involved in the presentation of the unit charter. • 14. Must be familiar with the monthly program themes. • 15. Encourages assigned packs, troops, teams, and crews to earn the Quality Unit Award.

  4. Commissioner Basic Training

  5. Introductions • Name • Commissioner job • Scouting experience

  6. Session 1 Why Commissioners?

  7. Overview • Aims and methods • Commissioner service role • Supporting the unit • Unit Program Planning

  8. Aims and Methods

  9. Aims of Scouting • What are the aims of Scouting? • Character development • Citizenship training • Personal fitness

  10. Methods of Scouting • What are some methods of Scouting? • Cub Scouts • Boy Scouts / Varsity • Venturing

  11. Council Mission • Promotes Scouting in a geographic area • Voluntary association of citizens • Representatives of chartered organizations • Provides Scouting services • Field service • Office support • Camps

  12. District Mission • Organize and support successful units Membership Finance Program Unit service

  13. Commissioner Service Role

  14. The Commissioner Concept • The commissioner is the liaison between the local council and Scouting units. • The commissioner's mission is to • Keep units operating at maximum efficiency, • Maintain regular contact with unit leaders, • Counsel leaders on where to find assistance, • Note weaknesses in programs, • And suggest remedies. • The commissioner is successful when units effectively deliver the ideals of Scouting to their members.

  15. Job Description Card

  16. Job Description Card • Friend

  17. Job Description Card • Friend • + Representative

  18. Job Description Card • Friend • Representative • + Unit "GP doctor"

  19. Job Description Card • Friend • Representative • Unit "GP doctor" • + Teacher

  20. Job Description Card • Friend • Representative • Unit "GP doctor" • Teacher • + Counselor

  21. Supporting the Unit

  22. Supporting the Unit • Topic: Indicators of unit health • Method: Buzz groups

  23. Indicators of Unit Health: Pack • Leadership • Webelos den • Advancement • Attendance • Adult attendance • Den activity • Program operations • Den chiefs or den aides • Membership • Planned program

  24. Indicators of Unit Health: Troop • Meeting operation • Youth leadership • Advancement • Adult assistance • Attendance • Outdoor program • Patrol activity • Budget plan • Membership • Planned program

  25. Indicators of Unit Health: Crew • Adult Leadership • Elected Officers • Adult assistance • Membership • Meeting operation • Planned program

  26. Evaluation Tool • Commissioner Worksheets - pack, troop, crew • Do unit leaders like evaluation? • What are your resources?

  27. Unit Program Planning

  28. Cub Scout Program Planning • Unit commissioners should understand process and tools • Program Helps and Pack Planning Chart • Council calendar • Chartered organization needs • Annual program planning conference • Monthly pack leaders meeting • DLC - DL meeting • Den Chief - adult meeting

  29. Boy Scout Program Planning • Tools • Troop Program Features — 4 volumes • Program Planning Chart • Boy Scout Leader Program Notebook • Planning steps • Homework (get ready) • Find out what Scouts want (patrol leaders) • PLC annual planning, SPL presiding • Secure troop committee support • Pass the word. Publicize.

  30. Venturing Crew Program Planning • Crew plans program • Program capability inventory (adult resources) • Adult hobbies, interests, skills, careers, and Ideas from PCI to program planning forms • Venturing activity interest survey • Planning steps • Officers brainstorm activities • Officers discuss and evaluate each idea • Officers select activities and calendarize • Officers plan each month in advance

  31. Summary • Aims and methods • Commissioner service role • Supporting the unit • Unit program planning

  32. Break!

  33. Commissioner Basic Training

  34. Session 2 Units: The Commissioner’s Top Priority

  35. Overview • The Unit Visit • Unit Visitation Reports • Commissioner Priorities • Effective Commissioner Leadership • Unit Committee Functions • Quality Unit Operations

  36. The Unit Visit

  37. The First Unit Visit • Make appointment to visit an assigned unit • Go with your observer/coach/ADC • Worksheet will be filled out later • Take your resource kit • Observe for the entire meeting • Do not participate beyond introductions • Both new commissioner and coach fill out independent worksheets • Wear your complete uniform as an example

  38. Unit Visitation Reports

  39. Unit Visitation Reports Using the Commissioner Work Sheet

  40. Worksheet

  41. Sample

  42. Commissioner Priorities

  43. Commissioner Priorities • Remember your job description • Stick to your primary responsibility • Unit focus

  44. Effective Commissioner Leadership

  45. Effective Commissioner Leadership • Evaluate and improve your own performance • Maintain a positive and enthusiastic attitude • Work successfully with adults • Guide unit leaders in working successfully with boys • Set a good example for the boys and other adults • Continue learning and growing in leadership skills • Practice good communication

  46. Unit Committee Functions

  47. Unit Committee Functions • Packs • Troops • Teams • Crews

  48. Pack Committee • Advancement • Finance • Outings • Training • Membership & reregistration • Record keeping & correspondence • Public relations • Friends of Scouting

  49. Troop Committee • Advancement • Finance • Equipment • Outdoor program • Transportation • Leadership • Membership & reregistration • Friends of Scouting