In the Utah National Parks Council you can start the year off right by attending the Commissioner College in American Fork on Saturday January 20th.
Download a flier for the American Fork College
It’s a full day of training specifically targeted towards Commissioners. Unit Commissioners, District Commissioners, Assistant District Commissioners (ADC), Roundtable Commissioners etc. If the word “Commissioner” appears in your registered position there are classes here for you. (In fact even if the word commissioner doesn’t appear in your title and you just want to come learn, you are welcome to attend) You will have the option to order a lunch when registering or you can bring your own. Either way plan to enjoy the company of other commissioners in a fun and information filled day that will hep you be that well trained commissioner that the leaders in your area need.
Some of the classes being taught in January are:
- Unit Commissioner Basic Training – Brand new? This is a good place to start
- BCS 104 Unit Visitation
- BCS 113 Servicing Scouts with Disablities
- BCS 129 Empahsizing Duty to Gd
- MCS 324 Preventing Commissioner Burnout
- CED 718 Effective Communication
- And many more!
Or maybe you are ready to REGISTER for the January 2018 College – do it today!
Can’t make it to the American Fork college in January? The Utah National Parks Council organizes four live colleges each year. Different courses are provided at each so you can continue your training all year. Attend one, two, three or all four.
UNPC Commissioner Colleges in 2018
- Saturday Jan 20th in American Fork
- Saturday April 21st in Provo/Orem
- Saturday October 13th in Spanish Fork
- Saturday Nov 3rd in St George
Put these dates on your calendar for the year to help you keep working on that new year’s resolution to become a better commissioner!
Author: Annaleis Smith is a Stay at home mom of 5 (3 boys 2 girls). She has been a Cub Scout leader since 2003. She has been a cubmaster, den leader, pack trainer, Boy Scout Committee Chair and is now the cubmaster for the 2nd time. She has been involved with roundtable at the district level since 2008 and involved in various council committees since 2010. She loves Cub Scouting and her favorite thing to do is to train other Cub Scout leaders. She currently serves as the president of the Commissioner College Cabinet for the UNPC.