from the Training Committee.
Check out the TEAM chart to see the overall view training for all members. https://memberzone.girlguides.ca/C7/Guider%20Resources/default.aspx.)
All training information
can be found on the Member zone. Click on Guider Resources, then
there is a training that you would like, contact me and we will work on
questions regarding training please contact me.
Area Training Advisor
Unit Guiders: our Trainers are willing to come in to your meeting for a Hug A Tree & Survive session (1 - 1.5hrs).
DCs: do you have someone interested in being your secretary and need some help to get started?
or Guiders: if there's a training you would like to see happen just contact Jane Sanders - Area Training Advisor at janesanders(at)telus.net or 604-271-4294.
any of these topics are of interest to a group we can plan a session for
you. A description of these can be found on the Member website.
What’s available on e-learning
to Guiding, Safe Guide. Bias/Awareness, Equity, Unit Guider Stream for
How to complete E learning- and get credit for it!
Although Fraser Delta Area Training highly recommends in person
training for the networking, fun and connected benefits, we also realize
that some Guiders will need to take advantage of the e-learning
opportunities from time to time. Because of this need, we are sharing
with you these step by step instructions that have been compiled by Barb
Munsie of Quilchena District. Thanks Barb!!
Pay close attention to ensure you get both the certificate and
the receipt, so you will be entered into iMIS and be reimbursed for the
2. You will need your iMIS number, which is the number assigned
to every member of Girl Guides of Canada.
You can get this number from your District Commissioner, or look
on your latest issue of Canadian Guider or Pipeline by the mailing
3. You will also need a credit card, to "purchase" the
training module, at the exorbitant cost of $5.30. Once you have
purchased the training module, you can take it over as many times as you
want, leave off half-way through and return to it later, etc.
4. Then you have to register on the Learning Library website.
It's fairly straightforward.
5. Then you purchase the training module, and take the training!
At the end of the training, it will ask you to click on the
figure of a girl if you want a Certificate. Select Yes!
You want a Certificate! However, clicking on
the figure does not cause the Certificate to pop up on a separate screen
or window. The Certificate gets sent to you by e-mail – be sure to
check your Junk Mail folders, because that's where mine ended up.
Meanwhile, Learning Library will have e-mailed you a receipt for
the $5.30. This comes from a separate sender than the one sending the
Certificate, so check your Junk Mail folders for this one too.
6. Forward the e-mail with the Certificate attached to directly
to Fraser Delta Area iMIS contact,
7. Forward the e-mail with the receipt attached
to your District Treasurer, so that she can make sure the District
reimburses you for the cost of the training.
Page Updated 28 Sep 2009