Questions on training – Contact Council Training Chair – Carolyn Forster – firstname.lastname@example.org
Helpful Note: All Unit Key 3 members can access unit training records online by logging into my.Scouting.org
Trained Leader Report
LNT – Leave No Trace Trainers Course – 3/11-13/2022
BALOO – Basic Adult Leadership Outdoor Orientation – 3/19-20/2022
REQUIRED to take a Webelos/AOL den on an overnight outing or to take the Pack on a Family Overnighter. At least one BALOO trained adult must be on each outing.
Trainer’s EDGE – 4/2/2022
NYLT – National Youth Leadership Training – 6/20-23/2022
YPT – Youth Protection Training – In-Person at the Scout Office – 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Wednesday, September 7
Tuesday, September 13
Wednesday, September 14
Tuesday, September 20
Wednesday, September 21
Tuesday, September 27
Wednesday, September 28
IOLS – Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills (Required for all Scoutmasters and Asst. Scoutmasters) – 10/8-9/2022
Every Scout Deserves a Trained Leader
If you had a magic wand, would you use it to make the Scouting program better and more fun for youth so they stayed in Scouting longer, so it had a larger impact on their lives? What if the same magic wand made leadership roles easier, more rewarding, and led to better retention among adult leaders? Would using that magic wand be a top priority?
Well, such a magic wand does exist—in the form of the learning programs for leaders in the Boy Scouts of America.
Common sense tells us that training is important, and research shows the importance of trained leaders. A trained leader is knowledgeable and more confident in the role being performed. Trained leaders exhibit a knowledge and confidence that is picked up by people around them. Trained leaders impact the quality of programs, leader tenure, youth tenure, safety, and a whole lot more. A trained leader is better prepared to make the Scouting program all it can be!
These pages contain many of the “magic wands” and resources. Scout them out!