College of Commissioner Science - Provo


College of Commissioner Science - Provo
Date/Time
Registration Begins
10/27/2014
Last Day To Register
4/25/2015
Location
1066 W 200 N
Provo, UT, US
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College of Commissioner Science

Provo 

Saturday, April 25, 2015

1066 W 200 N, Provo (North Park State Center) 

What is Commissioner College?  Commissioner College is one of the best ways for commissioners to get continuing education in their critical role.  It is modeled after a traditional college, with course requirements leading to Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate "degrees" in Commissioner Science.  The faculty has been selected from among the most capable trainers available.  

For all current and future commissioners, including:

  • Unit Commissioners
  • District Commissioners & Assistant District Commissioners
  • Roundtable Commissioners & Assistant Commissioners
  • Other Commissioners and Interested Scouters

Scheduled Course Offerings

 

7:00-7:30

Check-in and Registration

7:30-7:50

Opening Ceremony & Instructions

8:15-8:55

GENERAL SESSION

BCS 129 - Emphasizing Duty to God

 

CORE COURSES AND SUGGESTED TRACKS

6 Class Choices

Basic/Bachelor’s

Masters

Doctorate

Roundtable

Venturing

9:00-9:40

BCS 101 Intro to Commissioner Science

BCS 115 The Commissioner and Diversity

MCS 306 Counseling Skills DCS 501/502 Selecting and Limiting a Thesis Roundtable Commissioner Basic 1 BCS 121 Intro to Venturing Commissioner Science

9:45-10:25

Unit Commissioner Basic 1

BCS 105 Practical Solutions to Common Needs

MCS 313 Orienting and Training Commissioners

DCS 503 Developing a Thesis Topic

Roundtable Commissioner Basic 2

BCS 128 Venturing Monthly Program

10:25-10:45

BREAK

10:45-11:25

Unit Commissioner Basic 2

BCS 106 Commissioner's Priorities MCS 318 Top 10 Ways to Ensure Good Commissioner Service

DCS 504 Thesis Project Workshop

Roundtable Commissioner Basic 3

MCS 401 Overview of the New Venturing Program/Awards

11:30-12:10

Unit Commissioner Basic 3

BCS 111 Health and Safety Training

MCS 324 Preventing Commissioner Burnout

DCS 508 Administering Commissioner Lifesaving

Roundtable Commissioner Basic 4

MCS 308 Venturing & the Commissioner

12:10-12:50

LUNCH

12:50-1:30

Unit Commissioner Basic 4

CED 713 Special Needs Scouting - Advancement

MCS 325 Consider Your Spouse and Family

CED 719 The Art of Listening

BCS 108 Effective Roundtables I

BCS 124 Venturing Crew Visitation

 

ELECTIVES - CHOOSE ONE

1:35-2:15

BCS 104 Unit Visitation

BCS 119 Webelos To Scout Transition

DCS 505 - Thesis Project Advisor

CED 714 Special Needs Scouting - ADHD

BCS 109 Effective Roundtables II

MCS 322 Advanced Special Needs Scouting

2:20-2:50

CLOSING CEREMONY & AWARDS

Bachelor's Diploma:  You must have completed Commissioner Basic Training (for your current position) and at least 7 courses (with at least 5 at the BCS level)

Master's Diploma: You must have earned the Bachelor's Diploma or the Commissioner's Key, the Arrowhead Honor Award, and completed at least 14 courses (with at least 5 at the MCS level)

Doctor's Diploma: You must have earned the Master's Diploma and the Commissioner's Key, completed an approved Thesis or Project, served on staff or faculty for a Commissioner College and completed at least 24 courses (with at least 5 at the DCS level, or CED level with prior approval) 

Link to Past Doctoral Theses

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Cost
$5.00 per Lunch Only No Registration or College Credit
$15.00 per Participant with Lunch
$10.00 per Participant without Lunch
$15.00 per Staff College Registration with Lunch
$10.00 per Staff College Registration without Lunch
Cancellation Policy
Please notify us at least 2 days in advance if you cannot attend.

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