Training Resources

Training Resources

Training and Enrichment for Adult Members (TEAM)

The TEAM program supports adult Members by offering five role-based learning streams:

Unit Guider
District Commissioner
Outdoor Activity Leader (OAL)

Each stream includes several Foundation modules (i.e. as a Unit Guider, her modules are About the Girl, Programming for the Girl and Quick Start for each branch level, plus leadership skills Putting the Pieces Together). A TEAM pin of the appropriate colour is awarded upon completion of the Foundation modules. 18 additional Enrichment modules are available to everyone (e.g. Building Strong Teams, Communicating with Girls, Conflict Management, Event Planning, Financial Management, Leading Active Games, Girls United and many more). A yellow Enrichment pin is awarded on completion of any five Enrichment modules.

Which trainings are mandatory for all Guiders?

Safe Guide training is mandatory within your first 6 months of joining. All other training is optional, but we recommend New Guider training for new adult members working in a unit. Contact your local training adviser or visit the National website for more information about training opportunities and available delivery methods.

Guider Resources

TEAM Chart  (PDF)
TEAM Brochure (PDF) of the Foundation Modules
Enrichment Modules Brochure (PDF)

How do I become a trainer?

Contact your District or Area Training Adviser to get connected with the right resources. You will need to submit a Trainer Candidate application form to your Area Training Adviser, and complete the "Understanding the Adult Learner" and the Trainer Stream modules (see TEAM Chart, above). BC offers the "Understanding the Adult Learner" and the five Trainer Stream modules at a weekend workshop called "Presentation and Communication Skills".

Training via E-Learning

With E-Learning, you use your computer, linked to the internet, to access training materials. They are designed to lead you through the materials of the modules. You can access this type of learning whenever you want and work at your own speed. There is a small charge for accessing each e-learning module but this can be charged to your unit or council. The fee can either be paid by credit card or you can obtain a pre-paid promotional incentive number (PIN) from your Area. To obtain a pre-paid PIN, contact your Area Commissioner or Area Training Adviser who will submit your request to the provincial office. Instructions will then be emailed directly to you.


1. Go to the learning portal located at
2. Sign in
3. Are you a New User? Click on "Register Now" and complete the information on the registration screen. Please note that the email address you entered is now your User ID.
4. A confirmation and receipt will be sent to this email address.

Once you have entered the personal information and are returned to the first screen, click on "About You" on the TOP navigation bar.
Have you Registered previously? Then click on "Existing User Login" and log into your account.

Purchasing a Training Module

Once you have registered and from the "About You" top navigation bar:

1. Choose "Update Wallet/Add PIN" (left bar of the screen)
2. Enter the PIN# into the Promotion Incentive Number (PIN) field. Select "Add to Wallet" beside this field.
3. You will receive a confirmation of th PIN amount entered in your wallet. You will also be able to view this updated amount in your wallet in the "My Wallet" area.
4. Select "Catalog" from the TOP navigation bar menu and click on the module(s) category(ies) you would like to take on the left side (Safe Guide, Orientation or Foundation Modules).
5. Click the "Buy Now!" button beside the course you have chosen.
6. On the module screen, click on "Buy Now!"
7. On the payment screen, click on tick box that states "Show My Coupons".
8. Enter the total dollar amount of the course including GST ($5.25) in the Amount to Apply box. Click "Apply" and then click "Check Out".
9. A confirmation page will appear with your purchase and a confirmation number.
10. Click "Continue" and click on left bar to highlight your module. Click on title of module (name of course).
11. Module name appears and click on right hand button that is flashing stating "launch course".
12. As instructed in the box that appears, click on "here" to open the course you selected.
13. Once in a module you will have to open the pop up icons or click on the boxes that appear to move through the module.

Printing Your Certificate

When you have successfully finished the training you will be provided with a link to your certificate, In order for your name and iMIS number to appear on your certificate you need to have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat on your computer, otherwise when you print your certificate your name and iMIS number will be missing.

Training Resources

ATA List (PDF)
Dogwood Information (PDF)
GGC Training Forms (including Trainer Candidate Application)

Trainers' Challenge

2017 Trainers' Challenge is now here! Do the challenges from January to December, 2017, and submit your form before the deadline of January 31, 2018.

BC Trainers' Challenge 2018 (PDF)
BC Trainers' Challenge 2018 Submission Form (TBD)

BC Trainers’ Forms

Area Offer to Host Training form (Word)
Area Request for Trainer form (Word)
Personal Training Record form (Word)
Trainer Observation Rubric form (Word)
Trainer Observation to the Observer form (PDF)
Trainer Session Report form (Word)
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