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10/06 - Mega Leader Training

posted Sep 14, 2018, 9:02 AM by Web Master   [ updated Sep 14, 2018, 9:03 AM ]

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Cubmaster Specific Training (C40) This course is intended to provide Cubmasters and assistant Cubmasters with the basic information they need to conduct successful pack meetings. The course is based on the seven parts of a pack meeting using the Pack Meeting Plans on www.Scouting.org/CubScouts. The course should take about 2 ½ to 3 hours to complete. Leaders who complete this training and Youth Protection training are considered “trained” as Cubmasters and assistant Cubmasters. 

Cub Leader Specific Training (C42) The Den Leader Position-Specific Training course provides Cub Scout den leaders with the basic information they need to conduct successful den meetings. The course should take about 2 ½ to 3 hours to deliver. Den leaders who complete this course and Youth Protection training are considered “trained” as Tiger, Wolf, and Bear den leaders or as Webelos den leaders. 

Pack Committee Training (C60) This position-specific course for Cub Scout pack committee members is intended to provide members with the basic information they need to support a pack and conduct a successful pack program. The course should take about 2 ½ to 3 hours to complete. This course is conducted based on the five parts of a typical pack committee meeting. The purpose of the Pack Committee Challenge is to familiarize pack committee members with the various responsibilities of the individual members of the committee as well as the committee as a whole. The goal is to help each pack committee work as a team to improve the Scouting experience for adult and youth members. Pack committee members who complete this training and Youth Protection training are considered “trained.” In addition to this course, pack trainers should complete Fundamentals of Training to be considered “trained.”

Chartered Organization Representative Specific Training Each chartered organization appoints a volunteer, other than the unit leader or assistant unit leader, as its chartered organization representative to represent it as a member of the district committee and as a voting member of the local council. The primary responsibilities of the chartered organization representative are to help units be successful and to provide coordination between the chartered organization and the BSA. Every chartered organization representative is encouraged to become an active, participating member of one of the district’s committees. The total time necessary is about 3 hours. 
Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster Specific Training (S24) Scoutmaster Position-Specific training, course code S24, is the BSA’s initial level of training for the top leaders of Boy Scout troops. It is designed for Scoutmasters, assistant Scoutmasters, and junior assistant Scoutmasters. However, committee members and other adults connected to a Boy Scout troop are welcome to attend. How effectively the Boy Scouts of America influences the lives of youth depends on its leaders and their ability to apply the aims and methods of Scouting—these are the keys, and developing the ability to use these keys is what this course is all about. Scoutmaster Position-Specific training should take about 4 1/2 hours. When Scoutmaster Position-Specific training and Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) and Youth Protection Training have all been completed you will be considered “trained.’ Lunch will be sandwiches, chips and lemonade.

Troop Committee Training (WS10) This course will provide the committee members of a Boy Scout troop the basic information they will need to support a troop and ensure a successful boy-led troop program. Troop Committee Challenge has been developed to help troop committee members better understand their roles and responsibilities and help them deliver the promise of Scouting. The training program is designed to be delivered in a single, 2½-hour session. Troop committee members who complete this training and Youth Protection training are considered “trained.” 

Venture Advisor Specific Training (P21) This course is intended to provide Venturing Crew Advisors with the basic information they need to help youth leaders manage a crew. The total time necessary is about 3 ½ hours. Crew Advisors who complete this training and the Venturing version of Youth Protection training are considered “trained.” 

Venture Committee Specific Training (WS12) This course is intended to provide Venturing crew committee members with the basic information they need to help manage a crew. The total time necessary is about 2 ½ hours (two hours’ instruction time). Crew committee members who complete this training and Youth Protection training are considered “trained. 
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