Training

It doesn’t matter if you just joined Scouting or have 20 years under your belt as a Scoutmaster: you can learn something new. Scouting trains all of its adult leaders, as well as its youth leaders. Youth leadership training is critical to the success of the Scouting program at the Boy Scout and Venturing level, because the youth carry out the program and work with fellow members to reach program goals set for the year.

Adult Training Programs | Youth Training Programs

Training Day, Dec 1

Hosted by Baden Powell District

Seven different classes offered for youth and adults alike.  Click the button below to see what/where/when.

Registration

*** IMPORTANT***

All direct-contact leaders MUST take Youth Protection Training to be a part of the BSA.

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Outdoor Training for Scouts BSA Adult Leaders and Venturing Crew Advisers

IOLS is the required outdoor training for

  • Scoutmasters
  • Assistant Scoutmasters
  • Venturing Crew Advisers (if the crew is engaged in outdoor programs).
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Outdoor training for

Cub Scout Leaders

One leader on each outing must have this training completed for your unit to have the event.

Mandatory pre-coarse online component, go to your my.scouting account to complete.

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Wood Badge

Premium Adult Leader Training for ALL levels of Scouting

Must be Basic Leader trained in your position to take this advanced course.

Learn–

  • Communications Skills
  • Ethical Decision Making
  • Servant Leadership
  • Resolving Conflict
  • Coaching and Mentoring
  • How to set goals
  • Make plans
  • How to solve problems
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Leadership Training for Youth

Youth will Learn–

  • Communications Skills
  • Ethical Decision Making
  • Goal Setting
  • Team Development
  • Resolving Conflict
  • Teaching Others
  • Skills about how to create a vision of success
  • How to set goals and make plans
  • How to solve problems
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