Training

Every Youth Deserves a Trained Leader

Look below for the training you need to be the best Volunteer you can be! As new opportunities are brought up, we will post them here.  Have a Training event coming up and want to let everyone know? Send your materials to madison.kinkelaar@scouting.org

True youth protection can be achieved only through the focused commitment of everyone in Scouting.  It is the mission of Youth Protection volunteers and professionals to work within the Boy Scouts of America to maintain a culture of youth protection awareness and safety at the national, regional, area, council, district and unit levels.

Youth protection training is a requirement to be an adult volunteer or participant in Boy Scouts of America.  While you do not have to be a registered member to take youth protection training, to fully participate and register with BSA, youth protection training must be current.

Click here to login and take Youth Protection Training.  Additionally, person to person trainings are also available.  Contact your unit or district training committee team members to find opportunities.

Cub Scout Training

Scouts BSA Troop Training

WFA is recommended for BSA activities in remote back country settings where emergency response is more than 30 minutes away and meets BSA National High Adventure requirement (Philmont, Summit, Canoe Base & Sea Base) to have at least one trek participant “trained and certified in Wilderness 1st Aid.”

Due to time constraints and the need to rapidly set up another course for Spring 2021, we will be offering a hybrid course. Instead of the usual 2 day of instructions and skills course, participants will be able to take the instructive portion on-line and complete the skills part in-person at the Council Office on May 8. CPR/AED will also be offered on May 8 for those who need it.

For more information click, HERE! 

To Register click, HERE! 

Covid-19 acknowledgment & consent waiver

The course is a fun, two-day, academic and practicum, with field-training experience. Adult CPR/AED is a pre-requisite and will be offered on Saturday morning May 15 for those who do not have a current Red Cross, ECSI, or AHA certification in CPR/AED.

WFA is recommended for BSA activities in remote back country settings where emergency response is more than 30 minutes away and meets BSA National High Adventure requirement (Philmont, Summit, Canoe Base & Sea Base) to have at least one trek participant “trained and certified in Wilderness 1st Aid.

For more information click, HERE! 

To Register click, HERE! 

Covid-19 acknowledgment & consent waiver

This premier Council level co-ed training experience teaches the concepts of what a Leader must BE, what they must KNOW, and what they must DO. These key elements bring together the HOW TO’S of Leadership. Your Leadership skills will come alive as you embark on your Quest for the Meaning of Leadership in one week-long course.

Your week will focus on leadership principles located in and around your camp area with excursions throughout the week.

To learn more click, HERE!

To register click, HERE!

Covid-19 acknowledgment & consent waiver

Misc. Training

August 14th, 2021              Non-Reunion     TBD       Gathering at 5:30pm, Dinner at 6:00pm, Meal provided – $10/adult            
Program:  Jay Ferreira

*Prices are subject to change without prior notice. 

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