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Instructor Training

Royal Rangers instructors form the critical link between local leaders and the various aspects of the program. Instructors provide valuable training to equip leaders for success in their various areas of responsibility. Currently each district oversees the process of certifying instructors to provide training in their district. The instructor certification process currently consists of two components—the Instructor Certification Seminar (ICS) and the Instructor Trainer Seminar (ITS). Instructors involved in national training events are prepared for their roles through National Academy and Advanced Academy.  Contact {staff District Training Coordinator} for more information

 

For more information on ICS and ITS, contact your district training coordinator .


Training Academy Training Academy is being developed and will be introduced in 2011.  It will be based on a high level of instructor competencies. Certification will be provided through the region in cooperation with the local district. The Training Academy will prepare graduates to teach in the Rangers Ministry Academy and will be the prerequisite for attending all other academies.



National Academy National Academy is a national training seminar designed to train recommended leaders to become staff members at national training events. 




Advanced Academy National Advanced Academy is a national training seminar designed to train recommended leaders for specialized leadership roles at the various national training events. 



Academy Instructor National Academy Instructor is a member of the instructing staff at a National Academy or Advanced Academy. Serving as an Academy Instructor is by invitation only from the national Royal Rangers ministry.

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