Cub Scout Leader Specific Training
Cub den leaders, Cub Scout den leaders, Webelos den leaders,
Cubmasters, and pack committee members can complete this training in
one day or two or three evenings. The leader is considered trained upon
completion of This Is Scouting and the Leader Specific training for
Boy Scout Leader Specific Training
Troop Committee Training Syllabus, No. 33643
Scoutmasters and assistant Scoutmasters, this training is divided into
four parts. The first three parts concentrate on troop operation and
can be completed in one full day or three evenings. The fourth part,
which focuses on outdoor skills, lasts approximately a day and a half,
depending on the skill level of the new leader. The leader is
considered trained upon completion of This Is Scouting, Scoutmaster and
Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training, and Introduction to
Outdoor Leader Skills.
For troop committee members, Leader Specific training includes the Troop Committee Challenge. By following the Troop Committee Training Syllabus, participants can complete the challenge in three hours, after which they are considered trained.
Venturing Leader Specific Training, No. 33491C
Venturing Leader Specific Training
for Venturing Advisors, assistant Advisors, and crew committee members,
this training incorporates Venturing's current adult leader training.
This Is Scouting and Venturing Leader Specific Training can be
completed in one day, after which the leader is considered to be
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills, No. 33640
skills are critical to the success of the Scouting program, and
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills will provide leaders with the
basic outdoor skills information needed to start a program right.
to Outdoor Leader Skills is the required outdoor training for all
Scoutmasters, assistant Scoutmasters, and Varsity Scout coaches. The
skills taught are based on the outdoor skills found in The Boy Scout Handbook.
The course is also ideal for Venturing leaders because it focuses on
skills that build confidence and competence in leaders conducting
outdoor camping experiences.
The course is a day and a half long, but a leader can move at an
accelerated pace by demonstrating mastery of a specific skill. The
emphasis is on the skill, rather than on attending the course.
Wood Badge for the 21st Century
Badge has evolved into the core leadership skills training course for
the BSA. The new Wood Badge course focuses on strengthening every
volunteer's ability to work with and lead groups of youth and adults
and is less focused on outdoor skills, which are more effectively
addressed in other courses.