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KEEP GOOD RECORDS. A big part of promoting training is keeping track of what courses each leader has already taken. Albin created a large spreadsheet to track completion of every avail- able training course, along with roundtable. Since he works at an architecture firm, he has access to a plotter and was able to print a poster-size version to display at meetings. His goal: to create some friendly competition among the leaders. “I’m not sure how effective that was, but that was my intent,” he says. It’s also important to track training dates,


especially for those courses that are only good for two or three years. (You can find a list at scouting.org/training.aspx.) Birkhoff checks his records every month or so and notifies leaders of courses that will expire in the next 60 days. Both Albin and Birkhoff encourage their


leaders to keep track of their training certifi- cates — and to turn in copies. Getting your leaders to complete training


can be tough, but it makes a difference for the boys and the adults who lead them. ¿


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