Leaders

 

Every Youth in Scouting Deserves a Trained Leader
New adult members can take training online or check our calendar for in-person training dates.

 

See Training Information:
 
 

Cub Scout Leaders Required Training

 

Cub Scout Basic Training

Click the training date to register:

September 25 - Sartell

September 26 - Brainerd

October 9 - Sartell

October 10 - Princeton

October 10 - Wadena

October 14 - Brainerd

October 16 - Elk River

October 24 - Princeton

October 24 - Little Falls

October 27 - Sartell

Get more info and register online!

  • This is Scouting

  • Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (Only required for overnight campouts)

  • 100% Trained Leader Recognition Form - DOC or PDF

 

 

 

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Scouts BSA Leaders Required Training

 
Scoutmasters & Assistant Scoutmaster Required Training

  • Youth Protection Training

  • This is Scouting

  • Scoutmaster & Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training

  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

  • 100% Trained Leader Recognition Form - DOC or PDF

 

 
Troop Committee Members Required Training
 

 

 

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Venture Crew Advisors, Assistant Advisors, and 

Crew Committee Members Required Training

 

  • Youth Protection Training

  • This is Scouting

  • Venturing Leader Specific Training

  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (Only required for outdoor crews)

 

 

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Youth Protection

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.

The Boy Scouts of America places the greatest importance on creating the most secure environment possible for our youth members. To maintain such an environment, the BSA developed numerous procedural and leadership selection policies and provides parents and leaders with resources for the Cub Scout, Scouts BSA, and Venturing programs.

 

 

 

 

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My.Scouting Log-in Key Items

 

New Adult Members or Non-Registered Users:
  • Choose "Create Account" under New to My.Scouting.org

  • Complete Youth Protection training, print certificate, and submit certificate with adult application.

  • An adult application is not needed for training, however it is encouraged.

 

Get your Membership ID Number from your:
  • Annual BSA Membership Card

  • Unit Committee Chair (Access ID Number through the Unit Training Tracking Report.)

  • Unit Advancement Chair

  • District Executive

  • Council Office


Click Here to Start Training

 

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First Aid Class/CPR/AED​

CPR Training

Thursday, April 25, at the Council Office.

Get certified, or recertified, in CPR training. This course is a prerequisite for Wilderness First Aid training. Register online today. Class size is limited.

Wilderness First Aid Training

Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, at the Council Office. This course is required for Troops traveling to High Adventure camps. Register online today. Class size is limited.

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Wood Badge

 

Wood Badge training is for any registered Scout volunteer. It's a once in a lifetime chance to take the ultimate training that will help you in your volunteer service and your career.

 

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Journey to Excellence

 

Pack Training Requirements
2018 Scorecard or 2018 Spreadsheet

 

Troop Training Requirements
2018 Scorecard or 2018 Spreadsheet 

 

Crew Training Requirements
2018 Scorecard or 2018 Spreadsheet


Click here for more JTE Info!

 

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