Once you get your new adults enrolled as scouters, they will need training. They are expected to complete Fast Start position specific online training within 48 hours of registration.
Remember Council accepts no registrations accepts without a Youth Protection Training certificate of course completion being stapled to the adult application. This is available online at myscouting.scouting.org or can be offered in person using a video available from the Scout Service Center or District Commissioner Jeff Heck at email@example.com.
District is working on its training schedule. Online training is available at myscouting.scouting.org for most positions. Council already has some in-person training scheduled. Cub position-specific training (e.g., Cubmaster, Pack Trainer, Den Leader, etc.) will be offered at the Scout Service Center on the
- evening of Tuesday, August 4th,
- evening of Wednesday, August 12th,
- evening of Tuesday, September 1st,
- evening of Tuesday, September 8th,
- evening of Tuesday, September 22nd,
- evening of Tuesday, October 6th,
- evening of Tuesday, October 13th,
- evening of Tuesday, November 3rd, and
- evening of Wednesday, November 18th.
BALOO training, which is required for Pack overnights, will be offered in conjunction with boy scouts Introduction to Outdoor Leadership skills on Saturday, September 12 from 9 am to 5 pm at the Scout Service Center. Every pack must have one person trained in this for a pack overnight campout. This session is highly recommended because future cub leaders who plan on serving as assistant scoutmasters in the future can obtain the necessary training for both at one event. These trainings never expire, so they are “one and done.”