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Leader Training

ONLINE TRAINING

4-H Awards Program

This is an online training session to help 4-H Leaders learn about the 4-H British Columbia Awards program.. Topics include:

  • Junior Awards
  • Junior Proficiency
  • Senior Awards
  • Grade 11/12 Credits
  • Achievement
  • Planning 4-H Awards Nights

Registration: Simply click the link below and log on using your 4-H British Columbia secured site username and password. A registration screen will open and you will be asked to enter some personal details. Once the registration screen is complete you can start the course immediately.  The course will take 1-1.5 hours. When you reach the end of the course you will be asked to click FINISH. This will submit your answers and registration information to the Youth Development Staff who will issue your official certificate or seal of completion.

Get started by visiting http://learning.bc4h.bc.ca

 

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2018 4-H Volunteer Leader Training Schedule

 

Region

Location

Date

Topics

 

     

Kamloops/Okanagan

Vernon

March 4

Intro to 4-H

Put the Child First

Fraser Valley

Abbotsford

March 10

(4-H to the Extreme)

Awards Program

Central Interior

Prince George September 14

4-H Judging Program

 

Central Interior

Prince George

September 15

Put the Child First

Intro to 4-H

Provincial Leaders & Key Leaders Conference

Kamloops

October 12-14

TBC

Fraser Valley

Abbotsford

October 27

Intro to 4-H

Put the Child First

Kamloops/Okanagan

Vernon

November 3

(Catch the Clover)

Intro to 4-H

Put the Child First

Additional Topic TBC

Vancouver Island

 

South Malahat

TBC

TBC

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Central Interior 4-H Leader Training

Date: September 14th, 2018

Time: 7:00 – 9:30pm

Place: College of New Caledonia, 3330 22 Avenue, Prince George BC

Registration: Please register by September 5th, 2018 by emailing Lana Harach at lana.harach@gov.bc.ca Please indicate in your email if you have any food allergies we should be aware of when ordering refreshments.

Schedule

7:00-9:30pm                   4-H Judging Program  

This session will help leaders teach 4-H judging skills to members, evaluate judging skills including placings and reasons, and plan 4-H judging events. 

 

Date: September 15th, 2018

Time: 9:00am – 3:30pm (see detailed schedule below)

Place: College of New Caledonia, 3330 22 Avenue, Prince George BC

Registration: Please register by September 5th, 2018 by emailing Lana Harach at lana.harach@gov.bc.ca  Please indicate in your email if you have any food allergies we should be aware of when ordering lunch and refreshments.

Schedule

9:00 am-12:00pm           Put the Child First 

This training program is mandatory for all 4-H leaders within their first two years of leadership. The session will help volunteers understand how to work safely with youth,  recognize potential indicator signs of abuse, and take appropriate action in cases where youth are in need of help or protection.

12:00-12:30pm                 Lunch Break – lunch provided

12:30-3:30pm                   Introduction to 4-H   

This training program is mandatory for all 4-H leaders within their first two years of leadership. In this session leaders will learn about the history, objectives, and structure of the 4-H program in BC. The session will provide access to tools and resources that can help 4-H leaders support their members in making the most of the 4-H experience.

 

Fraser Valley 4-H Leader Training

Date: October 27th, 2018

Time: 9:00 – 4:00pm

Place: Abbotsford Agriculture Centre, 1767 Angus Campbell Road, Abbotsford BC

Registration: Please register by October 17th, 2018 by emailing Cheryl Chevalier at cheryl.chevalier@gov.bc.ca Please indicate in your email if you have any food allergies we should be aware of when ordering lunch and refreshments.

Schedule

9:00am-12:00pm             Put the Child First

                This training program is mandatory for all 4-H leaders within their first two            years of leadership.

                The session will help volunteers understand how to work safely with youth,            recognize potential indicator signs of abuse, and take appropriate action in                cases where youth are in need of help or protection.

12:00-1:00pm                   Lunch Break – lunch provided

1:00-4:00pm                     Introduction to 4-H   

                                            This training program is mandatory for all 4-H leaders within their first two                                          years of leadership.

                In this session leaders will learn about the history, objectives, and structure of      the 4-H program in BC. The session will provide access to tools and resources        that can help 4-H leaders support their members in making the most of the 4-H       experience.

 

 

 

 

 

4-H British Columbia Platinum Partners