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Online Education

Eager to get started as a volunteer? Want to learn more from the quiet of your own home and get trained at your own pace? Complete a tutorial below and receive a certificate of completion. Playing time is less than 1 hour each.

Need help with training or having problems downloading the course certificate? Please email avdaa@gscnc.org and provide the name of the course.

Learn even more by taking in-person classes!


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Basic Leadership - Introduction to Girl Scouting and our council for troop leaders.

*Complete Girl Scouting 101 and 102 to receive the certificate for Basic Leadership.

Daisy

Daisy Program Level  This tutorial covers the developmental characteristics of Girl Scout Daisies (K-1st grade, five and six year olds).

Brownie

Brownie Program Level - This tutorial covers the developmental characteristics of Girl Scout Brownies (2-3rd grade, seven and eight year olds).

Junior

Junior Program Level  This tutorial covers the developmental characteristics of Girl Scout Juniors (4-5th grade, nine and ten year olds).

Cadette

Cadette Program Level  This tutorial covers the developmental characteristics of Girl Scout Cadettes (6-8th grade, eleven, twelve, and thirteen year olds).

Senior

Senior Program Level - This tutorial covers the developmental characteristics of Girl Scout Seniors (9-10th grade, fourteen and fifteen year olds). 

Ambassador

Ambassador Program Level  This tutorial covers the developmental characteristics of Girl Scout Ambassadors (11-12th grade, sixteen and seventeen year olds). 


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Troop Travel

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Domestic Troop Travel- This tutorial identifies the resources and options for troop travel and readiness within the US. It is designed to help adult volunteers prepare for trips that are chosen, planned, arranged and implemented by the girls.

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International Troop Travel - This tutorial identifies the resources and options for troop travel and readiness outside of the US. It will identify GSUSA and our Council’s policies, standards, and practices relating to troop travel. This guide will assist leaders in identifying appropriate money-earning activities specifically related to international troop travel and ways to help ready girls for international trips through team-building. Girls will develop realistic goals and objectives for their trip. Leaders will be able to measure girls’ readiness for international travel.

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First Aid

Obtain the certification needed to be the first aider for a Girl Scout troop.

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First Aid – Level 1 -The First Aider agrees to fulfill the duties of the camp program including, but not limited to: pre-camp training; daily supervision of campers and teen volunteer Aides while in the First Aid Center, ensuring the health and safety of campers, following and enforcing camp rules, providing first aid care within the level of training obtained and compliant with the policies and procedures set forth in the Council Health Program.   First Aid - Level 1 also has an in-person component


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Additional Tutorial Resources

Forming a Troop Committee

Forming a Troop Committee - This tutorial focuses on how to delegate leadership roles within a troop to other adults who provide crucial support to the Girl Scout program.

Inclusion 101

Inclusion 101 - This tutorial is a resource and guide to ensure the participation and acceptance of girls with disabilities into a Girl Scout environment of inclusiveness.

Council Delegate Orientation Training

Council Delegate - Delegates convey the interests and concerns of our membership to guide the Board of Directors. Delegates complete their task by serving a 1 year term, attending forums and the Annual Meeting.

Adult Educator Logistics

Adult Educator Logistics - This tutorial describes the role of an Adult Educator for the purpose to initiate the support and education to Girl Scout volunteers in a specified area of interest.

Finished with your tutorial? You should be redirected to a certificate of completion (PDF) at the end. Print it out and save a copy!