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 Online Learning

You can complete some required learning online, plus take advantage of extra tutorials on additional helpful information. All of the workshops and tutorials below were developed in Adobe Captivate and require you to be on a computer or tablet that will run a Flash Player on it.

Online Workshops:
Complete your required workshops at the time that works for you! The links below will take you to the registration page in EBiz for that workshop. Once you register you will recieve an email with a link to the online workshop.  

Day Trip Planning -  Required for volunteers to complete before taking girls on any day (not overnight) trip of four or more hours.

Travel Planning with Girls - Required for volunteers to complete before taking girls on overnight trips of three nights or more.

Online Tutorials:
Click directly into the tutorials below to learn more about the topic.

Health and Safety for Large Groups - designed to help volunteers who are acting as first aiders for large groups at Girl Scouts events.
 
Take Action - learn more about this aspect of the Girl Scout Leadership experinece and how it fits with awards older girls can choose to earn.
 
Are you looking for information to help you understand and engage with your specific grade level?  The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital (Washington DC) developed interactive, online tutorials to do just that.
Online Tools:
Form Finder - use this tool to find the form your group needs for their next adventure.

Videos:
These videos were produced by the same volunteer Facilitators who lead the outdoor workshop series, and are designed to be used as a refresher for volunteers before heading out on their Northwest camping adventures.
 
Outdoor Learning: Fire Series
Facilitators walk through the key steps in having a successful fire in the Northwest.
 
Part 1: Fire Starters
Learn about different types of fire starters and how to make egg carton fire starters for your next group outing. Facilitators walk through the key steps in having a successful fire in the Northwest.

Part 2: Firewood
Learn about different types  of fire wood and where you can find it
 
Part 3: Fire Building
Learn about building a fire and different types of fires.
 
Other Outdoor Learning Videos
 
Lighting Charcoal
Learn about lighting charcoal using a both a commercial and homemade charcoal chimney.  Charcoal is used for a variety of cooking techniques including the Box Oven and Dutch Oven Cooking.

Propane Stoves
Learn about safe and proper lighting and use of propane stoves located at Girl Scouts of Western Washington camps.
 
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