Adult Leader Training
- Youth Protection – Youth Protection training is designed to help you keep our youth safe from abuse. You will learn the Boy Scouts of America’s Youth Protection Guidelines, signs of abuse, and how to report suspected abuse. After each section of material, you will answer questions about that section’s topic.
- Fast Start Orientation Training – This is the first step to take for any volunteer new to Boy Scouting. This course should be taken before beginning youth activities. You’ll learn the aims and purposes of the Boy Scouts of America’s core program, then zero in on the job. You’ll cover the seven parts of the troop meeting, the troop committee, outdoor program, and other basic concepts of Scouting, all in one short online experience. It’s the best way for someone new to the program to quickly grasp how troop Scouting works and where additional resources can be found.
- Outdoor Leader Skills – Outdoor 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. The skills taught are based on the outdoor skills found in the Boy Scout Handbook.
- Leader Specific Training
- Optional Training
- Wood Badge
- Outdoor Ethics
- Wilderness First Aid
- Trainers EDGE
- Weather Hazards
Youth Leadership Training
- Den Chief
- ILST – Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops
- NYLT – National Youth Leadership Training
- NAYLE – National Advaned Youth Leadership Experience