Winter Skills

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Rick Gruchy
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Winter Skills

Post by Rick Gruchy » Wed Dec 18, 2013 8:31 am

We need your help to review the Winter Adventure Skills proposal. please comment away if you have suggestions for improvements or if something is vague and unclear (please comment in the Google doc using the comment feature available.) Please remember this document is a draft for consideration, and using your feedback, the final version will be the best it possibly can be.

The Winter Skills Pathway was developed by a team of experienced Scouters with vast winter camping experience. This team is very excited to receive feedback on their work.

Over the coming few weeks we will continue posting the other adventure skills drafts for review and consideration. Feedback is welcomed and very much appreciated - as with your feedback we can have the best program possible!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QcB ... KbwJA/edit

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Re: Winter Skills

Post by Hawkeye3 » Thu Dec 19, 2013 10:23 am

Hi Rick,
I want to thank you for letting us participate in the creation of the adventure skills. I appreciate the opportunity.
Tom

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Re: Winter Skills

Post by Rick Gruchy » Wed Jun 04, 2014 11:07 am

Thank you everyone for your feedback on the Outdoor Adventure Skill Pathways. The teams have been reviewing the comments and have been revising the drafts accordingly. Because of the revisions, these drafts are no longer current and we will be removing public access to these old drafts and you will not be able to see them. We will be saving these drafts and your thoughtful comments.

Over the coming months I hope that we will be posting new drafts of the Outdoor Adventure Skills through The Canadian Path website at www.scouts.ca .

Once again, thank your participation in helping to build our Outdoor Adventure Skills program.

Rick

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