Boy Scout Leader Training
Required Trainings to Wear the "Trained" Strip as a Boy Scout Leader:
Youth Protection Training:
Youth protection training is designed to help you keep our youth safe from abuse. You will earn the Boy Scouts of America's Youth Protection Guidelines, signs of abuse, and how to report suspected abuse. After each section of material, you will answer questions about that section's topic. This course must be completed to earn the "Trained" emblem. Completion is noted automatically in the BSA training records database if the module is experienced online. Youth Protection Training Online - click here.
Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training:
Leader specific includes three sessions designed to provide leaders with a good working knowledge of Troop Operation. Offered at the District level.
Introduction To Outdoor Leadership Skills:
Weekend training focused at improving leaders outdoor skills, as well as being fun and helpful in building morale. Offered at the District level.
Additional Important Trainings:
Fast Start Training
: The initial training for all leaders in all programs. It is a quick job description with basic tips to manage until training is available. This training is available online, or through your pack or district. Fast Start Training Online - click here
This is Scouting
: Provides an overview of the Scouting organization, including history, values, programs, Youth Protection, community involvement, and training. The module consists of six video sections, each followed by a brief quiz. Completion is noted automatically in the BSA training records database. This is Scouting Online - click here.
Troop Committee Challenge:
Offered online and in a classroom setting. Course designed to help Troop Committee Members better understand their roles and responsibilities through interactive learning. Offered at the Unit and District level. Troop Committee Challenge Training Online - click here
Chartered Organization Representative (COR) Training
: As a chartered organization representative, you hold a key position in Scouting. While there is honor attached to this position, it is not an "honorary" one. Your primary function is to ensure that the chartered organization's Scouting program succeeds. This course is designed to present you with the basics you need to carry out your new responsibilities as a chartered organization representative. After finishing the online training, you may print a certificate of completion. Your Job as a COR
Principals of Leave No Trace:
In addition to preserving the wilderness, Leave No Trace practices help Scouting units stay safe during back country expeditions. Leave No Trace - Click here
Day long program of action, activities and program ideas. Offered at the Council level. (INSERT LINK TO POW WOW)
Boy Scout Leader Roundtable:
Monthly program with the purpose of giving leaders the skills and ideas they need to deliver an exciting Boy Scout Program to the boys. Offered at the District level.
Powder Horn is a training opportunity designed to expose Venturing Leaders, Boys Scout Leaders or Cub Scout Leaders to activities and resources necessary to operate a successful Venturing Ranger or Troop High Adventure Program. Offered at the Council Level.
Week long or multiple weekend training course designed to provide adults with advanced leadership skills and a more dedicated involvement in Scouting. Offered at the Council level. (INSERT LINK TO WOOD BADGE)
Aquatics Supervisor Courses - Swim and Water Rescue or Paddlecraft:
More advanced training in Aquatics Safety - offered at Summer Camp.
National Training Conferences
held a Philmont Training Center located in Cimarron, New Mexico. Invitational training held during the summer to enhance knowledge, skills and attitude to improve performance of District and Council level Scouting roles. Philmont Training Center - click here