GGC is committed to supporting you in your volunteer position in Nova Scotia

One source of that support is training. Whether you are a new unit leader, a Commissioner or an experienced adviser, training teaches you new skills and energizes you for the year ahead.

Nova Scotia's Training Team is here to help!
Training is offered in a variety of ways via group training, one to one training or on line through e-Learning. 
National has information on Unit Guider Training Opportunities for Orientation to Guiding, Safe Guide and more.



The Annual Trainer's Weekend will be held at Guide House on Friday, January 26th from 7-9pm and Saturday, January 27th from 9am - 5pm.
More information and registration can be found at
Trainer's Weekend



Are you interested in taking OAL Adventure? Typically for Pathfinder, Ranger and Trex Guiders but open to all Guiders with prior tent camping experience, this training series helps them to develop skills, knowledge and capacity in adventure camping (backpacking, canoeing, kayaking, horse packing, winter camping, etc.).  This training includes 21 hours of modular knowledge sessions and at least 5 nights of expedition tripping

More information and registration can be found at OAL Registration

E-LEARNING - offers the flexibility for online learning and the area training calendar identifies scheduled training where you can learn and share experiences in a group setting with women just like you. E-Learning is a  learning option that goes beyond putting a regular document online. E-learner's receive information through slides, pop-up text boxes and audio video-clips.  Additional Information

Requirements for the online training:  a high speed internet connection, a headset or microphone/speakers attached to computer, a quiet space to participate, and a phone


Area Trainings- Please see Area pages under the main Volunteer tab

Food Handlers Course 
We are offering the Food Handl
Food Handlers Course 
We are offering the Food Handl
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